Accor has 30+ airline partners that allow members to convert their Accor Lite Limitless (ALL) to airline miles with variable ratios and 11 airline partners that convert airline miles to ALL points.
Converting airline miles to ALL points or ALL points to airline miles makes very little sense unless you need a small number for an award.
You can access ALL’s page for airline partners here.
Airlines allowing converts TO ALL:
These are all horrible ratios and makes no sense at all unless you have airline miles about to expire and need to find a new home for them,
ALL airlines partners for points to miles conversions:
With most airlines, you need 4,000 ALL points (worth 80 euros) to get 2,000 miles (you are essentially paying 4.9 US cents per mile – crazy expensive).
ALL – Air France-KLM Flying Blue partnership:
You should link your ALL, and Flying Blue accounts for reciprocal earnings. You earn ALL points for KLM and Air France flights while collecting Flying Blue miles for Accor stays. Win-win!
Converting from ALL to airlines miles OR converting airlines miles to ALL is a lose-lose proposition and only makes sense if you have ALL points or airline miles about to expire and you need to extend their expiry.
You should, however, connect your ALL and Flying Blue accounts that allow double-dipping on miles and points while flying or staying at Accor hotels.