Most, if not all, hotel chains offer discounts for seniors or for those who have an AARP membership (anyone can join regardless of their age).
IHG Hotels offer Senior Rates, without AARP requirement, for those of 62 years or older. However, the rate rules do indicate that AARP membership could be sufficient too (for those of us who are younger).
You can access this offer on IHG Hotels website here.
Here’s a rate display for a Holiday Inn in West Palm Beach:
The senior rate is lower than the IHG Rewards Member Exclusive Rate.
and the rate rules
The rate rules indicate that you must be 62 years or older or have a membership with a retired person-organization (AARP).
Crowne Plaza Paris – Republique
The senior rate here is more expensive than even the best flexible one. Not sure why?
Here are the FAQs from IHG:
You can join the AARP as an associate member at any age and be eligible for the benefits of the membership, such as hotel and airline discounts.
Here are the terms and conditions of this rate:
Senior travel discounts on the non-discounted room rate at any participating IHG® hotel will be available to guests who are 62 years of age or older or with valid membership ID of a retired persons organization.