Club Carlson has followed IHG's lead and announced a series of category changes for 124 hotels in its portfolio. Where Club Carlson differs from IHG is that the category changes are almost evenly split between the number of properties moving up a category and the number moving down and the results of the changes aren't actually all that bad.
Club Carlson (the loyalty program for the likes of Radisson Blu, Park Plaza etc..) has come out with a flash sale in which it's offering a 100% bonus on all Gold Points purchases regardless size. I can't remember the last time I saw a 100% Club Carlson points bonus so it's definitely worth looking closely at this promotion to see just how good or bad it is.
There's a small points bonanza going on at the moment and for those interested in Avios, Chase Ultimate Rewards points and Club Carlson Gold points there are some very good opportunities to earn bonus points without much effort.
Club Carlson has launched its promotion for the summer and it's offering guests the opportunity to earn certificates for free Friday night stays or 10,000 points depending on their preference. Having seen the rules of the promotion I'm not entirely sure why the vast majority of participants wouldn't take the free night certificates but, no doubt, the points will work better for some.
Club Carlson is the last of the major hotel chains to reveal its year end global promotion which will run through to 31 December 2016. As will most major hotel promotions registration is required before the end of your first qualifying stay and you'll have to decide which bonus you want to receive (double points or double elite nights) at the time of registration.
Club Carlson (the rewards program for the likes of Radisson Bu and Park Plaza) has launched a new promotion that gives members until 30 October to buy Club Carlson points with a 75% bonus thrown in. In essence Club Carlson members are being sold Gold Points for 0.4 cents each and this could be a promotion worth considering.
Club Carlson has brought back its Mega Points promotion where members can earn 10,000 Gold Points per night at participating Radisson and Radisson Blu properties in the US, Canada or Latin America. The offer runs through the end of the year so there's plenty of time to make the most of it...but is it any good in the first place?
Club Carlson, the loyalty program for the Carlson Rezidor Hotel group which includes the likes of Radisson Blu and Park Plaza Hotels, has announced that it has launched a "Members Only" room rate across all of the brands under the Carlson umbrella.
Club Carlson (the loyalty program for, amongst others, Radisson and Radisson Blu) has launched a promotion which gives members the opportunity to buy Gold Points with a bonus of up to 30%. The promotion runs through 30 September 2016 and, in essence, allows Club Carlson members to buy points for 0.54 cents each.
Club Carlson is the loyalty program for the Carlson Rezidor hotels group which includes the like of Radisson Blu, Park Plaza and Park Inn brands and it has just opened up its Q3 2016 promotion called "Work Hard, Play Hard". The Club Carlson loyalty program was a lot more interesting up until the beginning of June last year when a series of devaluations really crushed the life out of one of the more rewarding programs around. Still, outside of the US there are some pretty decent Carlson properties (I've reviewed the May Fair in London and the Radisson Blu Plaza in Helsinki) and, because Carlson regularly offer discounts on its room rates, its properties can still be of quite a bit of interest.