So, I have utilized Suite Night Upgrade awards several times and in doing so, I have learned a few things. First: The suite you get is not anything above and beyond what you might expect out of a standard complimentary upgrade. In fact, during my current stay, I had booked two back-to-back reservations, the first using a couple SNUs and the second just a regular reservation. When I called the front desk to let them know we indeed had a second reservation and could we just stay in our current room, there was no problem. Which leads to point two: If you want a suite for an extended period of time, book one reservation with the SNU and then a second without after the first reservation. When you check in, do as I did and just ask to be kept in the same room for the second reservation. I've tried twice and it worked both times. This will extend the usefulness of these awards. Third: Be careful what you ask for. I will not name the property, but they granted my SNU for a stay and lo and behold, it was one of these "conference" suites with a conference room attached to a standard bedroom. Huh? It might be a good idea, when your SNU is confirmed to call ahead and ask what type of room they actually have you booked for.