IHG Rewards Club Europe Spring Weekend Stay Offer: 30% Off

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IHG Rewards Club is offering weekend stays at participating hotels in Europe at 30% off of the Best Available Rate.

IHG Europe Weekend Breaks Spring 2014

This offer is valid for reservations made by April 6 and consumed by April 27, 2014. This rate requires 21 day advance purchase, is nonrefundable and noncancelable.

You can access this offer on IHG’s website here.

IHG Europe Weekend Breaks Spring 2014 Partner Rate 30 Off

Make sure that you choose the “Partner Rate 30 Off” from the drop down rate menu.

Rate display for Crowne Plaza Wiesbaden

IHG Europe Weekend Breaks Spring 2014 Partner Rate 30 Off CP

This hotel had the rate plan loaded for a weekend stay.

Conclusion

Seems that IHG retired (at least for now) the popular 2-4-1 weekend stay offer for Europe that was available for years and replace it by this 30% off offer that seems to have rather limited participation.

Here are the terms and conditions of this rate offer:

  • Offers applicable for reservations made by 6th April 2014, for hotel stays in the period 7th February 2014 to Sunday 27th April 2014.
  • 30% off Best Flex represents a minimum of 30% off saving against our Best Flexible rate per room, per night for two adults sharing a standard double/twin room (inclusive of VAT).
  • Bookings must be made at least 21 days in advance before the stay date.
  • Stays are available over Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (however some hotels may also offer limited midweek availability – please check when booking).
  • Member ID or IHG voucher will be required at check-in as a proof of eligibility of this rate.
  • IHG Rewards Club points apply.
  • Offer only available at participating European hotels including Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express.
  • All bookings are subject to availability of rooms allocated to this offer at participating hotels.
  • Reservation is for room only, breakfast not included, except for Holiday Inn Express hotels where breakfast is included.
  • Offer valid on new bookings only, full payment must be made at time of booking; no amendments permitted; no refunds will be given.
  • For cancellations of stays at hotels in Germany, a 10% deposit will be returned.
  • This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or special promotions.
  • This offer cannot be redeemed with IHG Rewards Club points.

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  • Vincent

    John, in the terms and conditons, it says “Member ID or IHG voucher will be required at check-in “, so most of the people will not ok to use this rate?

    • Member ID = IHG Rewards Club member

      • cmcbugg

        I suspect member ID means the ID of the partner company that actually refers you to this link. I have a similar offer through my UK bank, which refers me to a similar page where I can select PARTNER 30 in the drop down. The t&cs which go with the bank offer say I must use and present that banks card. However I also see no way at all for IHG to know which partner you actually came from so how could they have any clue what ID to check.

        • Aaron

          + 1

  • aprel

    sorry, but link doesn’t work for me. Tried IE and CHROME same result. pls advise

    • You must choose the partner rate from the drop down menu. I just tried on a “clean” IE and Chrome and worked on both.

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  • Wim

    Are these qualifying nights, because the old 30% partner rate did not. Tested already?

    • Well. The previous 2-4-1 did post as qualifying for me when I used it couple of times. I don’t see anything in terms and conditions that would make it rate in eligible for the points.

      • Wim

        Yes, the 2-4-1 did, but the 30 off did not.

        The text above includes: “IHG Rewards Club points apply.”
        If I interpret this correctly, that means it is qualifying…?

        • Absolutely. If the stay wouldn’t be qualifying, you wouldn’t earn any points.