There is no Westin credit card. The best credit card to use at Westin hotels is the Marriott Premier Plus card because it offers 6 points per $1 spent at Marriott properties, including Westin. The Premier Plus card also gives 75,000 bonus points for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. Cardholders get a Free Night Award after every account anniversary too.
Because Westin is owned by Marriott, you can use any Marriott-affiliated credit card to earn free nights at Westin hotels. That includes the Ritz-Carlton and SPG rewards cards. Points on these cards can be redeemed for free nights, room upgrades and more at Marriott properties (including Westin) through the Marriott Rewards loyalty program.
Best credit cards for Westin hotels:
Marriott Premier Plus Credit Card
Starwood Preferred Guest Luxury Credit Card
Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card
Capital One Venture Rewards (general travel)
Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card (everyday spending)
Discover it Secured (bad credit)
A credit card doesn’t have to be affiliated with the Marriott brand to be good for Westin stays. The best credit card to use at Westin that is not tied to a specific hotel chain is the Capital One Venture Rewards card. It offers 10 miles per $1 spent when booking hotel stays through hotels.com, where Westin is an option. And there’s 2 miles per $1 spent on all other purchases. Venture also has a $500 initial bonus.
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