The Very Best In Luxury Hotel Loyalty Programmes
Because sometimes just a holiday isn't enough. Here we decipher the luxury hotel loyalty schemes ideal to give you much more bang for your buck.
Preferred Hotel - iPrefer
With some of the most luxurious and unique hotels in the world, Preferred Hotels & Resorts also boasts one of the easiest to manage and rewarding loyalty programme. Free to join, the iPrefer scheme offers members a free room upgrade and early check-in with late check-out where possible, guarantees the very best rates and lets guests spend points when and how they choose. Sounds good to us.
Small Luxury Hotels Of The World - Invited
After years of research, Small Luxury Hotels of The World (SLH) have recently launched their loyalty scheme - Invited. Free to join, the programme all the usual perks and then some. To start with, members who book with them can enjoy 10% off the best available rates and room upgrades where possible, but the icing on the cake really is in the personalisation. Rewarding customers for everything from recommending a friend to helping them celebrate an engagement, SLH promise to deliver a personal and special experience for members.
Shangri La - Golden Circle
Shangri La's loyalty programme works on a rewards points basis, so the more you stay and the more you spend, the more points you earn. Sound simple? Well, it is. But this scheme is no one trick pony, with the annoucement of a partnership with Singapore Airlines in 2016 which allowed people to get rewards every step of the way, with gold and jade members being given access to the Singapore Airlines lounges the ability to let the Shangri La members to redeem points for airmiles.
Mr and Mrs Smith Club
“A good Cuban cigar closes the doors to the vulgarities of the world” Franz Liszt. With The Olde Cuban, it’s clear from the get go that they are serious about their cigars. With a plush, cosy leather and wood paneled décor that reeks of age old gentlemen’s clubs, this is a serious cigar bar for those serious about their cigars, and of course, their whisky’s.
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