Luxury hotel lovers who carry select Chase cards, including the Chase Sapphire Reserve, have a new reason to celebrate this season — well, every season — as Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts now has 118 properties available to book through Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection.
The Chase Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection is a way for folks with eligible cards to book over 1,000 luxury hotels around the world while earning elitelike perks without having to hold elite status at those properties. Chase cards that have access to the collection include:
- Chase Sapphire Reserve
- United Explorer Card
- United Gateway Card
- United Club Infinite Card
- United Quest Card
- United Business Card
With the newly integrated Four Seasons properties available to book through the program, guests can expect to receive perks like a $100 property credit (which can be used toward dining, spa purchases or hotel activities), daily breakfast for two, a room upgrade (if available), early check-in and late checkout (if available) and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Though booking through the Chase Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection (as well American Express’ similar Fine Hotels + Resorts program) is typically more expensive than booking directly or through other cost-savings websites, those perks can add up and make it worth your money — especially daily breakfast for two, considering that hotel breakfast at luxury resorts isn’t quite the same as McDonald’s.
And, for folks considering a stay at Four Seasons, it’s one of the best ways to earn a few extra perks since Four Seasons doesn’t have its own loyalty program (even though we’re still dreaming of it).
If you’re curious about which Four Seasons properties we suggest booking, we’ve pulled together a list of our favorites around the world.
For a luxury vacation in paradise, consider heading to French Polynesia for a getaway at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora for a taste of that overwater bungalow life. Or, if you’re more of the city type, the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris has Versailles-like marble bathrooms so you can feel like royalty for a few nights.
And if you don’t carry the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you might not know about the other perks that come with the card beyond access to Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. Some of those perks include a $300 annual travel credit; a free DoorDash DashPass subscription through Dec. 31, 2024; a Priority Pass Select membership, which gets you into more than 1,300 airport lounges around the world; reimbursement of up to $100 for the application fee for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck; and more.
And, right now, the Chase Sapphire Reserve has a welcome offer of 60,000 points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening. With a value of 2.05 cents apiece for Chase Ultimate Rewards points (according to TPG valuations), the current 60,000-point bonus on the Sapphire Reserve is worth $1,230 — more than two years of its $550 annual fee.