Le Club AccorHotels Retires UK & Ireland “Happy Mondays” Sale And Launches “Secret Deals”

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Le Club AccorHotels has had for a long time fixed price Happy Mondays sale for stays in the UK & Ireland for the following weekend or two. Sometimes this sale took few weeks off at times.

Le Club AccorHotels UK & Ireland Happy Mondays Gone

These Happy Mondays have been good way for the hotels to get leisure travels to fill out the rooms over the weekends when business travelers are gone. Le Club AccorHotels has now, however, retired the Happy Mondays effective immediately and replaced it by “Secret Deals”.

You can access UK & Ireland Secret Deals here.

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

Le Club AccorHotels UK & Ireland Happy Mondays Gone Trio

Le Club AccorHotels now has three separate “Secret Deals” that all need to be booked by May 13 for stays until July 31, 2017:

Bed & Breakfast (access here):

Le Club AccorHotels UK & Ireland Happy Mondays Gone Secret Deals Bed & Breakfast

UK Best Deals (access here):

Le Club AccorHotels UK & Ireland Happy Mondays Gone Secret Deals UK Best Deals

UK Experiences And Packages (access here):

Le Club AccorHotels UK & Ireland Happy Mondays Gone Secret Deals UK Experiences And Packages

Conclusion

It is certainly sad to see the Happy Mondays gone that many Le Club AccorHotels members have  taken advantage of. Prices were right during these sales and they were good for hotels too to get the rooms filled up.

Had a quick look at these “Secret Deals” and the prices were nowhere near as good as the Happy Mondays ones, but you can book them more in advance.

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  • sue

    They are silly to think that these new deals will be as good as the Happy Mondays ones. They are very poor value. ( If you can find one ) as there are few hotels offering anything.

    The 40/50% sales they do for Europe and elsewhere offer better value. Why don’t they do something like this for the UK ?

    Also there are no Budget brands on the offers – they used to have Ibis Red

    I think, that this offer will fail. They will lose revenue, and the hotels will also lose. Even if they had sold a room for £40 / £60 more often or not people would have had a breakfast or a meal as the hotels in the countryside were not exactly close to fine dining establishments …..

    Bean counters coming to play …..

    Mind you if the service is improving then a higher price is worth it – but in recent experience the service is not matching the prices charged ( even in France )