Accor, over the years, has brought several brands, and it has taken some time to make them all Accor Live Limitless (ALL) participating.
The list of non-participating hotels has overall shrunk, but it tends to get longer when purchased brands are being integrated into ALL, and not all of them become part of the program immediately (and some never).
You can access Accor’s page for non-participating hotels here.
Accor has now revamped the list and spells out what hotels are non-participating rather than listing only the brands or collections that may not mean much to the ALL member.
Here’s the entire list:
Note that some ibis Budget hotels in Australia and Brazil do participate, although not all. So remember to pay attention when booking.
It always takes time when a hotel chain acquires a new brand until most properties and brands become participating. However, some won’t until their contract ends (and then they accept the loyalty participation or reflag).
Let’s hope that this list shrinks because it is sometimes difficult to distinguish which loyalty program is participating and which one is not. This creates unnecessary confusion and friction.