Le Club AccorHotels has launched new bonus points offer for stays in Turkey between June 16 – August 30, 2019.
Members can earn triple points for all stays in the country if booked June 16 – August 14.
Hilton Honors launched back in May a sale for stays at participating hotels in India through December 31, 2019 that ends tomorrow.
Members can save up to 25% off their stays in the country. The discount varies between 10% to 20% and Hilton Honors members are eligible for an additional 5% off. You must book this offer by June 17.
Hyatt Regency Kathmandu has suddenly stopped accepting any reservations and closed the property to guests as it is currently involved in an ongoing dispute with local trade unions.
A few weeks after American Airlines has filed a lawsuit against their mechanics union the situation is reaching a boiling point and employees apparently feel emboldened to engage in hefty arguments using unkind language.
Hilton Honors quietly changed the number of points required for award stays an at unknown number of properties last week.
We had a post up on Monday (read more here) about the changes with a statement from Hilton Honors spokesperson. We will have a new comprehensive list of all the changes that were instituted this coming Monday.
World of Hyatt is bringing back the award promotion that is only valid for affiliated credit card holders.
Eligible members get 10% of the number of points used back after the award has been consumed. This offer is valid for stays July 1 – September 2, 2019.
Marriott Bonvoy members can save 40% on Villa stays in Orlando this fall when booked using promotional code ADP.
The offer is valid for stays at nine Marriott and Sheraton Villas between August 25 – December 19, 2019 and need to be booked by August 7.
United Airlines MileagePlus In 2018 launched a promo called Mile Play trying to get members to spend and fly more. They have had these offers every few months and just launch a new one for June.
The Mile Play promotion is tailored to each select member based on his/her recent activity with United. It may require buying more business class tickets or flying a certain number of trips through August 4, 2019.
Marriott affiliated Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay was fined $1.6M on Thursday by the California Coastal Commission. The hotel has been fined twice previously for the same violations.
The hotel failed (on purpose) to display signs that the beaches were free and open to the public. The hotel had also failed to provide the agreed upon number on parking spots for beach goers.