Marriott Bonvoy Bangkok Summer Dreaming 5,000 Bonus Points & Nightly F&B Credit Book By June 30, 2020

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Marriott has launched a new offer for staycations in Bangkok with a 2-night minimum stay. You must book this offer using promotional/offer code ZX0 by June 30, 2020.

Marriott Bonvoy members earn 5,000 bonus points per stay, and there is a nightly F&B credit included too The rate also includes breakfast.

You can access this offer on Marriott’s website here.

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Here are the participating hotels for a weekend stay in July (tax/service inclusive):

Price display for Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit:

Conclusion

The prices look rather high, considering that Marriott here tries to stimulate local demand.

You have to keep in mind, however,  that they come with daily F&B credit (1,000 THB in the case of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit) and 5,000 bonus points (worth roughly another 1,000 THB = $30)

Here are one of the terms and conditions (could be hotel specific):

  • SUMMER DREAMING
  • Complimentary Daily Buffet Breakfast up to 2 adults
  • Minimum 2 consecutive nights stay is required
  • Extra bonus 5,000 Marriott BonVoy points per stay
  • Hotel credit THB 1,000 net per night and non-cumulative
  • The hotel credit is applicable for room upgrades, food and
  • beverage (excluded alcoholic drinks) and Spa
  • If the guest incur incidental charges greater than the amount of hotel credit , the guest is responsible for the balance exceeds the hotel credit
  • Refund will not be provided for any unused portion of the hotel credit and cannot be applied towards future stays
  • The offer cannot be combined with other promotions
  • Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms

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