Marriott, Ritz-Carlton and Starwood launch unified MidEast promotion

Up to 30% off at nearly 200 participating Marriott International hotels across Middle East and Africa


Marriott International has launched a unified offer at nearly 200 participating hotels across 17 brands in destinations throughout 30 countries in the Middle East and Africa, and guests can now enjoy up to 30% off on their hotel stay.

Marriott announced recently that  members could link their accounts and transfer points between, Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest. 

“We are excited to launch such a compelling and cohesive offer under the umbrella of our powerful and award winning loyalty programs. We hope this will not only give a much needed impetus to regional travel, but will also attract the global traveler into our continent,” said Neal Jones, chief sales and marketing officer, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International. “Given our diverse portfolio and bandwidth of brands, we now have a brand and hotel for every traveler looking for an enriching experience and our loyal members continue to get more.”

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All guests booking between May 1 and August 31, 2017 for stays between May 21 – September 9, 2017 can enjoy 20% off on the best available rate and a 30% off on food and soft beverages at participating restaurants, bars and lounges. However, Loyalty Program members are eligible for the additional benefits of 30% off on the best available rate and a voucher for a 30% off on their next stay, valid for stay between September 10 – December 31, 2017.


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