Kimpton Karma Rewards Annual Sale With Double Stay Credits For Stays Through December 30, 2017 (Book By October 16)

Kimpton Karma Rewards has launched their Annual Sale that comes with double stay credit for stays through December 30, 2017. The sale ends on October 16.

Kimpton Rewards Annual Sale With Double Stay Credit For Stays Through December 30, 2017 (Book By October 16)

Kimpton is owned by IHG but the program or hotels besides the one in Amsterdam that was previously Crowne Plaza are not in any shape or form integrated with IHG Rewards Club. Kimpton hotels have their own Karma Rewards.

You can access this sale on Kimpton’s website here.

You can check the participating hotels and when the sale is valid on the availability grid.

Here are the Karma Rewards benefits and number of stays/nights required:

Conclusion

Double stay credit is a good reason to book these hotels if there are Kimptons in the cities that you tend to go. Their elite treatment is good.

It is just mind boggling that they have wasted to much time without any sort of integration with IHG. Shouldn’t be difficult to give at least stay credit and points to IHG members for their Kimpton stays, should it?

Here are the terms and conditions of this promotion:

Members get rates from $120 + Double Stay Credit during our best offer of the year. Uncover your next experience on our Pinterest board.

  • Stay from October 12 – December 30, 2017
  • Book by October 16, 2017
  • Rates & days of the week vary by hotel
  • 7-day cancellation policy
  • Subject to availability
  • Blackout dates apply
  • At participating hotels
  • Karma Rewards Exclusive

Indulge in all the Kimpton perks:

  • Free WiFi, $10 ($15 in NYC) minibar/bar credit & Spa Benefit for all our Karma Rewards members
  • Nightly hosted evening wine hour
  • Complimentary morning coffee and tea service
  • Yoga mat in every room
  • Complimentary PUBLIC bikes
  • Even more wellness perks

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