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Beginning Of A Trend? Secret Hilton Honors Members Only Menu Launching At This Hotel

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Secret Hilton Honors Members Only Menu

As a Hilton Honor member, you can earn points for your Hilton stays and get extra benefits depending on your status. But now you can also get a secret menu, at least at one hotel.

To surprise and delight its loyal Hilton Honors members, the iconic Statler hotel in downtown Dallas is releasing its Secret Menu which is being discreetly handed to Hilton Honors guests during their check-in process at the front desk as well as information being texted to guests who utilize digital check-in.

Is it a new trend that we might see at other properties? Or just a one time thing? We don’t know for sure. If you plan to visit this hotel, then here’s what this Secret Menu (I guess it’s not much of a secret now) is all about.

It features 12 inspired drinks and dishes with references to glamorous guests of The Statler, including classic Hollywood starlets, fashion icons, singers and even a certain famous four-legged brand ambassador of the hotel.

You must be a Hilton Honors member to access this exclusive menu, only available for in-person dining. For Hilton Honors Gold and Diamond members, the daily $15 food and beverage credit is also applicable to this Secret Menu for overnight guests of the hotel and is inclusive of alcoholic beverages.

For more information on The Statler’s dining and drinking venues, go to

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  1. I just want the Doubletree Inn that I stayed at in Austin to honor the $15 meal credit that Hilton says is what Doubletrees now offer, instead of limiting it to $12. The cost of their “free” buffet breakfast? $15.

  2. Thanks for sharing this! The Statler is one of my favorite properties in the DFW area: awesome city views from the rooftop bar & lounge (“Waterproof”), a great adult game room with bowling, billiards, ping pong, full bar, and more (“Scout”), and an underground speakeasy (“Bourbon & Banter”). I’ll definitely check out the ‘secret menu’ during a future stay 😀


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