InterContinental Hotels Group introduces dining deals for members

IHG Rewards Club members can get up to 30% off at restaurants and bars

Hotels in Abu Dhbai, Dubai, and Fujairah are participating in the scheme
Hotels in Abu Dhbai, Dubai, and Fujairah are participating in the scheme

InterContinental Hotels Group has introduced new dining deals incentives for its IHG Rewards Club members.

With IHG Rewards Club Dining Deals, members will be able to receive 25% off at a number of restaurants and bars in IHG hotels throughout the UAE if they are Club or Gold Elite members, while Platinum, Spire Elite Members, and InterContinental Ambassadors will be treated to 30% off their dining bills, sister publication Caterer Middle East reported. 

Hotels in Abu Dhbai, Dubai, and Fujairah are participating in the scheme so diners wishing to take advantage of the deal can stop by Michelin-star winning chef Pierre Gagnaire’s Pierre’s Bistro & Bar at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City, or pop in to any of six concepts at InterContinental Abu Dhabi and receive their discount.

The deal runs from now until December 30, 2019.

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