Map Of All Marriott Hotels Sortable By Category

The key to maximizing your Marriott Bonvoy Points is to redeem them for hotels in the lowest categories (and get more free nights for the same amount of points). So here’s a very useful map of every one of the 6,700+ Marriott hotels, sortable by category.

Whether you already have a stash of Marriott Points (or now-renamed SPG Points) or are considering the new Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card to earn 60,000 Points, getting to know the Marriott categories is vital to stretching your points.

You should read our article about How To Use Marriott Bonvoy Points To Maximize Their Value to save yourself a lot of time.

As a reminder, here is the Marriott Bonvoy Award Chart:

CATEGORYSTANDARDOFF-PEAK
(starting Sept. 14th 2019)
PEAK
(starting Sept. 14th 2019)
17,5005,00010,000
212,50010,00015,000
317,50015,00020,000
425,00020,00030,000
535,00030,00040,000
650,00040,00060,000
760,00050,00070,000
885,00070,000100,000

An American blogger created a very useful map of all Marriott Hotels, sortable by category.

We want to share it to help you out until we create our very own, because this one has a few (rare) inaccuracies unfortunately, so always double-check on Marriott’s website before finalizing plans just to be safe (but it’s fine in 99% of cases).

Map Of All Marriott Hotels By Category

Without further ado, here is the map.


 

Ideally, you should zoom in on a specific area or sort that map using the layers on the left of the screen (as shown below) to make this busy map just a bit easier to navigate, depending on what you want to see.

For example, you will be able to see only Category 1 hotels, those where you can get 15 completely free nights (off-peak dates) thanks to the Marriott Bonvoy American Express‘ Welcome Bonus.

And most importantly, if you want to avoid a bit of research or get inspired, we’ve spotted some good ones for you. You can see the 35 Best Marriott Category 1 Hotels for the most free nights and also the 35 Best Marriott Category 5 Hotels for your annual free night certificate.

We’re also doing the same thing for Category 2 hotels, so subscribe to our new free Travel Hacking newsletter for plenty of tips!

Bottom Line

This is a very useful map to plan out your free travel strategy and chose the destinations where you can get as many free hotel nights as possible thanks to your Marriott Bonvoy Points.

Do you have any questions about the Marriott Bonvoy Card or the Marriott Bonvoy program? Ask us in the comments below!

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Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. He aims to share his experiences to help you save money on travel. As a very cost-conscious traveler, he loves finding deals and getting free travel thanks to Travel Hacking... to help him visit every country in the world (current count: 52/193 Countries, 46/50 US States & 9/10 Canadian Provinces).

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