Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest announce new offers

By registering for the promotion, members will earn 1,000 Starpoints for eligible stays within the earning period at participating hotel

The St. Regis Astana.
The St. Regis Astana.

Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest,  loyalty programs from Marriott International, Inc. have launched new offers for members.

Under Marriott Rewards’ MegaBonus promotion, members have the chance to earn a free night and SPG members can earn extra Starpoints under the Explore More promotion, allowing them to accrue points at over 6,200 hotels and resorts worldwide. Points can be redeemed for free nights, flights, exclusive experiences and more.

By registering for the promotion, members will earn 1,000 Starpoints for eligible stays within the earning period (September 12, 2017 – January 15, 2018) at participating St. Regis, The Luxury Collection, W, Le Méridien, Westin, Sheraton, Tribute Portfolio, and Design Hotels.

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Related: Marriott International president and managing  director, Middle East & Africa, Alex Kyriakidis has topped the Hotelier Middle East Power 50 List 2017.

 

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