I don't have time to write a full post on this (I'm writing this on my iPhone while on a train!) but some readers may find it useful to know that Radisson Rewards Americas is currently running a 1-day promotion (today only) that gives guests a 33% discount on a 3-night stay.
Radisson has launched a new sale in which it's offering all guests up to 15% off stays in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, & Asia and it's offering Radisson Rewards members a further discount of up to 10%. Furthermore, Radisson Rewards members will also earn bonus points on stays of two nights or more.
Both Radisson Rewards Americas and Radisson Rewards (which covers the rest of the Radisson portfolio) are running Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales in which they're offering up to 30% off on stays made through the end of 2022. Be aware, however, that the Americas sale covers all nights of the week while the sale for properties in the rest of the world only covers weekends, so the sales are definitely not the same.
Radisson has brought back a flash sale we first saw a little over a week ago in which it's offering great discounts at four of its central London properties. Three of the participating properties are bookable from just £89/$124 per night (including taxes) and the rates on offer are all cancellable up to 48 hours prior to the day of arrival.
Radisson has launched a new sale for Spring/Summer 2021 in which it's offering discounts of up to 30% at its properties in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Radisson has brought back its annual Friends & Family sale in which it's offering members of its Radisson Rewards program a discount of 30% on bookings made by the middle of January. The sale\s travel window is disappointingly small but if you're planning to travel soon, the discounts on offer may make this a promotion that's worth considering.
There was a time, not all that long ago, when the Las Vegas strip was pretty much devoid of any properties at which the mainstream points currencies could be “earned and burned”. There was a Westin just off the strip (opposite Harrah’s) and then Marriott built its “Grand Chateau” timeshare property on Harman but, other than that, there weren’t really any other options.
Yes I know that Park Inn and Country Inn properties are not at the top of a lot of people's "must visit" lists but this Amex offer may actually be useful to anyone looking to make the most of Radisson's 1Q promotion.
Radisson and its loyalty don't get much love from a lot of us because, frankly, the hotelier's offerings here in the US are at best mediocre and more often than not a grave disappointment. Quite simply there are usually better places to stay for the same outlay. However, outside the US things aren't the same and Radisson has a number of properties that are well worth checking out....especially if you're traveling in Europe.
It was only on Monday that Radisson launched a double points promotion on stays of two or more nights and already the hotelier is back with another attempt at persuading guests to stay for more than just a single night.