Accor Hotels (the chain that covers brands like Sofitel and Novotel) is currently running a sale in which you can save up to 40% if you're a member of the Le Club Accorhotels loyalty program (which is free to join).
Accor Hotels has put out a release which reads "[t]his summer, the Ibis brands want to be the travel partner of millennials with the launch of their first 100% student offer" Any press release claiming to be aimed at millennials gets me annoyed very quickly but, because this may offer some genuine value to a few readers, I carried on reading - this is what the offer is all about
Accor Hotels has a promotion running which I've only just picked up on and it's one that could be of use if you're looking to book a stay in Europe. While Accor has hotels all over the world it is in Europe where the bulk of its properties are to be found (if you're visiting France it's almost impossible to avoid Accor). The "stay for three pay for two" promotion is as simple as it sounds although it's worth noting that only 2,000 out of Accor's "over 3,700 hotels" are actually participating.
The Accor Hotels worldwide "Private Sale" is now live and offering a variety of discounts and promotions depending on where you're looking to book. The deals vary from 25% to 40% and the dates for which the promotion is valid vary from region to region.
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Accor Hotels has come out with a new offer for bookings made by 20 October 2017. In this promotion guests will get 30% off their stay at over 2,900 hotels worldwide and get free breakfast thrown in too. Select properties are also offering quadruple points during the promotion period and both offers are stackable.
Accor Hotels is offering members of its loyalty program (free to join here) the chance to earn up to 6,000 points on stays made through 22 October 2017. On the basis that those points can be converted to €120 of credit at Accor properties this could be a useful promotion for those who already have Accor stays planned.
Accor, the hotel chain that includes up-market brands like Raffles, Fairmont and Sofitel as well as the more moderately priced brands like Ibis, Mercure & Novotel, has launched its latest sale in which it's offering up to 40% off regular rates.
As part of the hotel group's "Super Sale" Accor is offering up to 40% off rates at over 3,500 hotels in 92 countries but, when you read the small print, you'll discover that the headline discount is only applicable to members of Accor's premium loyalty program - Accor Plus. The rest of us mere mortals have to make do with a discount of 30%.