InterContinental Hotels Group launches offers in the Middle East

IHG Rewards Club members in the UAE are eligible for dining discounts across participating restaurants and bars

InterContinental Hotels Group introduces dining offers in the Middle East  for IHG Rewards Club members
InterContinental Hotels Group introduces dining offers in the Middle East for IHG Rewards Club members

InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the launch of the IHG Rewards Club dining offer - Today’s Special. The offer rewards members with dining discounts across participating restaurants and bars in IHG hotel and resort brands throughout the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Korea, India, Africa and Australia.

In the United Arab Emirates, Platinum and Spire elite members, club and gold elite members and InterContinental ambassadors are eligible for a concession on their dining bills. The promotion includes Italian meals at Brioso in Crowne Plaza Dubai, Levantine cuisine at Nama in InterContinental Fujairah Resort and gourmet food at Stock Burger Co. in Holiday Inn, Abu Dhabi.

Three IHG properties from Abu Dhabi, seven from Dubai and one from Fujairah are participating in the offer that is valid until 30 December 2019.

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