Accor Live Limitless Rollover Status / Nights Clarification


Accor Live Limitless (ALL) on Tuesday released an updated tier extension policy due to the Covid-19 pandemic (read more here).

ALL members had their status extended through the end of 2021 and stays on July 1 – December 31, 2020-period would be rolled over to 2021 to count towards 2022. It was unclear would these count towards 2021 status too?

You can access Accor ALL here.

READ MORE: ALL Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Here’s the clarification we received from ALL:

Q: Can you double benefit from status points to jump up a status level in 2020 and then have these same points rolled over for 2021

  • YES
  • The 50% gifted status nights and points given earlier this year you get to keep in 2020 – you do not lose them
  • And the status nights/points earned during H2/2020
      • Will help your potential status upgrade in 2020 ( i.e. the gifted nights/points + earned nights/points could bump you up to next status)
      • and they will be rolled over and help you in 2021 to upgrade further during 2021
      • and they will help you to requalify for 2022 based on 2021 stays

Here are all Accor Covid-19 policies:

Here’s Accor’s status extension policy.

Accor Live Limitless Updated Status Extension Policy

Accor’s updated Covid-19 reservation cancellation policies.

Accor Reservation Cancellation Covid-19 Policy Update (May 20, 2020)

Accor’s updated cleanliness standards.


Accor Plus members also see membership and certificate extensions.

Raffles Singapore

Accor Plus Membership & Certificate Extensions

ibis BUSINESS members have had their status extended by six months.

Accor Extends Ibis BUSINESS Memberships By 6 Months

Accor Live Limitless members in Greater China will get 12 month-long status extension.

Accor Live Limitless Greater China 12-Month Status Extension


The guidance and the email that ALL sent out to members about this rollover was unclear. I am glad that they have now clarified the situation and that the stays in the second half of 2020 count towards both 2021 and 2022 qualifications.

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