Le Club AccorHotels has launched an incentive bonus points offer to welcome Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts into its loyalty program across Asia Pacific. Members will now be eligible to earn 1,000 additional bonus Rewards points for stays at Fairmont, Raffles, and Swissôtel properties across Asia Pacific during the promotional period from 2 July to 15 August, 2018.
Elite members of Le Club Accorhotels will also enjoy exclusive deals that make their stay even more special and the program is about recognising loyalty members with personalised services when they stay at the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts.
This promotion is in celebration of the fact that AccorHotels is merging its Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel hotels into the group’s Le Club AccorHotels loyalty program after acquiring the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel network in 2016.
There are currently 29 Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel properties across Asia Pacific and to earn these bonus points guests simply need to register for the promotion and book online at accorhotels.com from 2 July to 19 August, 2018 for stays from 2 July until 30 September, 2018.
Guests staying at Sofitel, Mgallery, Pullman, Grand Mercure, the Sebel, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis hotels that were already part of Le Club AccorHotels will also be able to celebrate the merging of the two programs, with the chance to earn triple rewards points at over 845 properties across Asia Pacific.
“The integration of Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel into Le Club AccorHotels is a momentous occasion for us and we wanted to share the celebrations with our guests by offering them the chance to build up their points so that we can welcome them back to our hotels sooner.” said Henrik Berglind, Vice President Loyalty Asia Pacific.
“With the introduction of the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel hotels into one global loyalty program, our members now have even more destinations and more hotels to choose from around the world and our program is even stronger and more attractive as a result.”
The program has more than 42.9 million members globally with 13 million members in Asia Pacific.