Great Ways to Use a Marriott 35K Certificate


Two credit cards come with a Marriott 35K certificate annually: the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card and the Marriott Bonvoy Business® American Express® Card. In our opinion, these cards make the annual fees worth paying year after year. But what are some great ways to use a Marriott 35K certificate?

Remember, it is possible to “top off” a free night certificate with up to 15K in Marriott Bonvoy Points, so you will find even more value if you have some Marriott points in your account. Here are some great 35K redemptions for you to check out.


SpringHill Suites Island Park Yellowstone

One of the most popular destinations for families is Yellowstone National Park, and being able to use a 35K certificate and a few extra points to stay there is a great plan. This room will even sleep 6 people with free breakfast!


Screenshot of a hotel room in Yellowstone.


St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino

It’s remarkable to use a 35K certificate for a stay in the Caribbean. There are many nights available for 30K and some for 40K at this resort. It has its own private beach and good reviews.


Aerial view of resort on a beach.



Courtyard Bali Seminyak Resort

The Courtyard Bali Seminyak Resort gets great reviews – 4.7 stars out of 5 always makes me take notice! I’ve been to Bali and it is spectacular. I would definitely consider using a 35K certificate to stay here. It is located on a beach but is also walkable to boutiques and nightlife.


Hotel buildings on sides of pool



Springhill Suites Mission Valley

Springhill Suites Mission Valley is a great stay if you want to go to San Diego. The rooms will accommodate a family of 4-6 and it is convenient to visit the San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Historic Old Town, and the Gaslamp District.


Screenshot of San Diego hotel


Orlando World Center Marriott

Using a 35K certificate for a room for 4 people while visiting DisneyWorld will certainly take the sting out of visiting the park! The Orlando World Center Marriott also claims to be the best waterpark hotel in Orlando.


Screenshot of Orlando hotel room


Gaylord Rockies in Denver

I just stayed at this hotel recently and was reminded what a great stay it is. Whether you are headed to snow ski or visit Rocky Mountain National Park, it is a great stopping-off point. The Gaylord Rockies is huge and has something for everyone in the family! The cheapest I see it for is 37K/night, so you will have to top it off with 2,000 Bonvoy Points. This is what I did during my stay!


Screenshot of Gaylord Rockies redemption


Other Places to Use a 35K Marriott Certificate


Bottom Line

There are many great ways to use a Marriott 35K certificate. I keep the credit cards that come with these certificates, as they are worth the annual fee. As you can also top off a 35K certificate, be sure to check out this post on using a 50K Marriott certificate. What is your favorite way to use a Marriott 35K certificate?


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