Marriott International launches Marriott Bonvoy Moments

Experiences include stays at seaview suites and a chocolate making masterclass

Marriott International launches Marriott Bonvoy Moments
Marriott International launches Marriott Bonvoy Moments

Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s travel programme is offering members access to experiences across Luxury Collection Hotels in the Middle East.

One of the benefits Marriott Bonvoy offers is unmatched access and special member only experiences on Marriott Bonvoy Moments, the travel programme’s experiential platform which allows members to bid with their Marriott Bonvoy points

Marriott International’s chief sales and marketing officer, Middle East and Africa, Neal Jones said: “Today’s travellers are seeking authentic and transformative experiences that deliver lasting memories. The Middle East offers a plethora of rich cultural traditions giving us the unique opportunity to curate desirable destination experiences that our members love the most. Marriott Bonvoy Moments allow us to connect with our members through their passions and create for them an experience that ties them back to a memory of the destination.”

Marriott Bonvoy Moments’s experiences include a stay in one of the Al Dana Seaview suites at Ajman Saray, A Luxury Collection Resort, a seven-course dining at Al Maha, A Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa, Dubai on the private deck of a Bedouin suite as well as a chocolate making masterclass at Grand Hills, A Luxury Collections Resort & Spa, Broumana with a stay in the property’s Designer suite.

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