Le Club AccorHotels British Airways Quadruple Avios October 1 – December 31, 2015 (Book By November 30)

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Le Club AccorHotels has launched new up to quadruple Avios offer for British Airways Executive Club members.

Le Club AccorHotels British Airways Quadruple Avios October 1 December 31 2015

The offer is valid for stays between October 1 – December 31, 2015, that are booked October 1 – November 30.

You can access Accor’s web page for this offer here.

READ MORE: Le Club AccorHotels Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

The only non-participating properties are those that don’t participate to Le Club AccorHotels program. They are identified during the booking process such as the ibis Budget hotels worldwide, all ibis hotels in China and handful of other properties.

Note that you must have your Le Club AccorHotels earning preference set to miles and have British Airways Executive Club chosen as the partner + enable the autoconversion of points after each of your stays.


Le Club AccorHotels seems to be launching quite a few airline related offers this month. Quadruple miles tends to be one of the better offers but you have to remember that double miles offer with Iberia (where the points convert at 1:1 ratio points to miles compared to 2 points to 1 miles with BA) is better. You can freely transfer Avios between your BA, Avios, and Iberia accounts.

Here are the terms and conditions:

  1. This promotion is only open to Eligible Participants. An Eligible Participant is a person aged 18 or over and is a British Airways Executive Club (“BAEC”) Member (membership terms and conditions apply).
  2. By taking part in this promotion, Eligible Participants confirm that they accept these Terms and Conditions.
  3. To be eligible for this promotion, members must enrol with Le Club Accorhotels, select British Airways Executive Club Avios as their earning preference when making the necessary reservation.
  4. All Le Club Accorhotels terms and conditions apply. View full terms and conditions.
  5. Offer available for new bookings made between 01/10/15 and 30/11/15 for stays from 01/10/15 until the 31/12/15 (“Promotional Period”) at participating properties only. View list of non-participating hotels.
  6. Quadruple Avios is applicable for stays booked and completed at the Participating Properties at any at any participating property. A stay is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same Participating Property, i.e. from check-in to check-out irrespective of the length of stay.
  7. View list of non-participating properties.
  8. Offer may be applied to one standard guest room per stay, Eligible Participant, based on double occupancy during the Promotional Period. There is no maximum on the number of stays per Eligible Participant during the Promotional Period.
  9. You must book online at accorhotels.com and participating brand websites, or via the UK Reservation Call Centre 0871 663 0624 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras)) to benefit from this offer.
  10. Quadruple Avios is applicable for stays booked and completed at the Participating Properties at any eligible booking rate. An Eligible booking rate includes all public, corporate and promotional rates, but NOT the following rates: room rates for business or leisure group reservations where the rooms are booked as part of a conference or an organised trip on a group account or settled globally (except Meeting Planner promotional offers); the “Partner Rates” tariff; room rates for crew (airline crew, shipping or other); the Accor employees’ rate and the rate for employees of partner companies and providers to the Accor Group; and tour operators rates. A stay is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same Participating Property, i.e. from check-in to check-out irrespective of the length of stay.
  11. Bonus Avios is non-redeemable for cash.
  12. Bonus Avios is issued subject to BAEC Terms and Conditions.
  13. Bonus Avios per stay will be credited to the Eligible Participant’s BAEC account within 4-6 weeks of the stay
  14. Base Avios will [not] be earned for each paid stay during the Promotional Period in addition to the [quadruple] Bonus Avios
  15. This offer is non-transferable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other British Airways or Le Club Accorhotels offer or promotion.
  16. The promoters reserve the right to withdraw the promotion or amend these terms and conditions without prior notice at any time, for whatever reason, and without any liability to customers for doing so.
  17. By taking part in this promotion, participants agree to the personal data they supply being used by the promoter or its agents or subcontractors to administer this promotion, who will only use the information provided for the purpose of administering the promotion.
  18. Promotional materials form part of these terms and conditions. This promotion shall be governed by the laws of England & Wales and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
  19. This promotion is provided by Le Club Accorhotels and having its registered office at 1 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London W6 8DR also known as Accor UK Business and Leisure Hotels Limited)]and British Airways Plc having its registered office at Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GB Registered No. 1777777 England. View full Le Club Accorhotels terms and conditions.

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  • Brian

    Surely the Iberia double miles is exactly the same as the BA quadruple miles, since the Iberia conversion rate is twice as good!

  • George S

    If my hotel stay would yield 1000 Accor points, does it mean
    I could convert them to 2000 BA Avios with this promo? Thanks!

    • Bubble N. Squeak

      No, it means that 4000 Accor points converts to 2000 BA Avios points.

      • That is the usual conversion and if you have points in your account and enable the conversion. If you have chosen the BA as the preferred partner and chosen to earn points, Accor will first deposit quadruple points to your account and then swept the for miles at the usual ratio.

    • Yes. This is correct. The normal conversion would be 500 miles that is quadrupled to 2,000. What they do in reality, is to deposit quadruple points first that are then almost immediately swept them to miles.

  • Disqus tend tend to work quite well and there are very few false positives.

    Yes. Le Club AccorHotels basically quadruples the base points earned for your stay and then ads possible elite and/or other bonuses before converting them all to BA Avios. All points earned count towards the elite status with Le Club AccorHotels.

    • Scott Zaban

      So if I am 5500 points short of Platinum status, then a 1200 point base stay would turn into 4800 + elite bonus + x2 bonus.. now the other question is, I have 16,000 points, if I used them to book the stay of 2 nights, so my net out of pocket is let’s say $50, so I would barely earn anything.

      I know it is best to turn the points into a hotel voucher prior to this, but, if I understand correctly, those can only be used to pay for the hotels at the hotel, so if you pre-purchase a rate (which is usually cheaper) you cannot use the vouchers and end up paying more for your hotel.

  • Gaijinsan

    I don’t follow why you mentioned the Iberia promo for double miles is better than the BA promo for quadruple miles. Unless I’m missing something, they’d both yield exactly the same number of Avios, but the BA promo would put more Accor points into your account pre-sweep to help boost status.

  • Gaijinsan

    I think I just got burnt on this offer. The link here now goes to a page that says you must have Avios Travel Rewards selected as your autoconvert partner rather than BA Executive Club. I left mine on Executive Club and all that posted was the measly 600 some odd Accor base points. I don’t know if the link T&C changed at some point during the promo or not, I think I would have noticed if it said Avios Travel Rewards vs Executive Club, but it’s possible that both of us missed it.

    • George S

      I noticed it said Avios Travel Rewards in the T&C from the beginning but
      followed John’s advice to set to BAEC.

      Now I have the same problem, my points got
      converted to BAEC at the usual 2:1 rate and without the x 4 bonus points!

      John, any advice?