SNEAK PEEK: IHG Rewards Club PointBreaks January 30 – April 30, 2017

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IHG Rewards Club is about to launch their next round of PointBreaks hotels that are available for bookings and stays January 30 – April 30, 2017, although the most popular hotels will drop off the list fast.

SNEAK PEEK IHG Rewards Club PointBreaks January 30 – April 30, 2017

IHG Rewards Club just shared with us few PointBreaks properties and they will make the full preview available on Friday around noon. These hotels will then be available for bookings on Monday morning US time.

You can access IHG’s web page for PointBreaks hotels here (note that this page is updated sometime on Monday with the new hotels).

UPDATE: IHG Rewards Club PointBreaks January 30 – April 30, 2017 (FULL LIST)

READ MORE: IHG Rewards Club Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

IHG Rewards Club is currently selling points with a bonus (read more here) that could be interest of those that may need some more points for good redemptions.

Here are some of the properties available:

Remember to participate our giveaway for 100,000 IHG Rewards Club points (access here) that ends tomorrow!

Here are three videos of rooms at the Holiday Inn Silom that I have taken (check out LoyaltyLobby YouTube channel here):

Premium Suite

Premier Room

King Room

Conclusion

The Holiday Inn Bangkok in Silom is a solid hotel and I have stayed there several times if going out in the area. The hotel is mostly used by the Emirates crews based on my observations.

I would like to hit the Indigo Krakow Old Town and the InterContinental hotel in Santo Domingo, but my travel schedule is pretty much full until the end of August.

We will have separate post up here on LoyaltyLobby once IHG Rewards Club has made the entire PointBreaks preview list available tomorrow and once they are available for bookings on Monday.

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