If you happen to be visiting a city in the Middle East, Africa, India, Greater China or parts of the Asia-Pacific region IHG has an offer that may be a nice money saver - you can save up to 30% on dining at IHG properties even if you're not a guest of the property in question.
InterContinental Alliance Resorts are properties that aren't actually part of the IHG portfolio (like hotels branded as InterContinental, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, etc...) but which have an agreement with IHG to participate in the IHG Rewards program and, to a degree, the InterContinental Ambassador program.
IHG is currently running two sales which are offering between 20% and 35% discount on properties in various regions of the world. The first sale is a 'Global Sale' which has been running for a few weeks while the second sale launched just a few days ago and is limited to select IHG properties in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region.
TopCashback is currently offering a great deal of 10% cash back for anyone looking to make a booking with IHG's Holiday Inn brand and is also offering 8% cash back on a number of other IHG brands like InterContinental and EVEN hotels.
Hotels may be seeing record occupancy rates but, with the current pace of expansion, there are still a lot of rooms that need to be filled so hotel sales are as plentiful as ever. Today it's IHG's turn to launch a sale and this one covers most of the hotelier's worldwide portfolio.
IHG has just unveiled the latest brand it is introducing into its portfolio at a conference in Las Vegas and, with it, the hotelier says it's looking to target an estimated $18bn industry segment focusing on all-suite properties in the upper-midscale sector of the market.
Ebates (Rakuten) is celebrating 'twenty years of savvy shopping' with a huge promotion in which it's currently offering 15% cash back at over 400 of its partners. Within that list of partners sits IHG so, if you're looking to book a stay at brands like InterContinental, Crowne Plaza or Holiday Inn (amongst others) today may be a good day to do just that.
A few weeks ago I noticed that the Andaz West Hollywood has started charging a 'Destination Fee' of $23.10 to all guests other that Hyatt's top-tier elites and now, not to be outdone by an upstart in West Hollywood, the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown has added a 'Facility Fee' of its own.
Kimpton, the original boutique brand of IHG, has launched a 'Spring Vacation' sale across a good range of its properties and, contrary to what we've seen from Kimpton recently, at least some of its properties outside of the US are participating in this sale.
This is one of those deals that appears for 24 hours, disappears, and then reappears again a few days or weeks later. To ensure that I can get the information out in a timely manner I’m going to write a standard blog post (this one) to cover all the information you’ll need and then republish it every time the promotion reappears – if you think you’ve seen some of the information below before you’re not imagining things.