Central Hotels unveils VIP loyalty programme

The programme allows guests toreceive instant benefits such as dining and accommodation discounts

The programme’s membership includes benefits such as discounts on accommodation, early check-in, late check-out
The programme’s membership includes benefits such as discounts on accommodation, early check-in, late check-out

Central Hotels has announced the launch of a VIP loyalty programme for its repeat customers.

Central Hotels’ chief operating officer, Abdulla AlAbdulla said, “We are delighted to launch the VIP loyalty programme that is designed to elevate the status, comfort and savings of our guests. It is our way to recognise our loyal customers by providing them with exclusive privileges and benefits. The main advantage of this scheme is its simplicity whereby members can earn instant discounts without having to collect points or vouchers.”

The programme’s membership includes benefits such as discounts on accommodation, early check-in, late check-out, offers on restaurant dining and room service, complimentary VIP amenities and high-speed internet access. Members can also leverage discounts on laundry services and spa and salon treatments.

Central Hotels’ group general manager, Ammar Kanaan said, “Our VIP card gives members perks when they stay or dine at any of our hotels as well as a host of loyalty bonuses for repeat guests. With the Central Hotels VIP card, we have made rewards more immediate for our guests and our committed to do everything we can to ensure their stay with us is memorable and relaxing.”
 
Participating hotels include the Royal Central Hotel- The Palm, Canal Central Hotel Business Bay and First Central Hotel Suites.

Guests can use the promotion code ‘VIP’ to redeem the offers available.

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