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Three special offers from Ratilanna Chiang Mai
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CENTARA signs agreement for its third COSI branded hotel in Krabi
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SALA new travel packages and awards
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Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s ultimate holistic adventure
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Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas files sustainability results
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Michelin Star Omakase Chef Jackson Yu visits YTSB – Yellow Tail Sushi Bar – July 20-24
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Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok’s I.Sawan Residential Spa & Club
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Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas partners with Timeshifter
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Dusit introduces new hotel brand for millennial-minded travellers
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Best Western offers special awards to mark 30th anniversary

Three special offers from Ratilanna Chiang Mai

RATTILANNA SPA in Chiang Mai offers start with its special Jasmine Delicacy Skin Ritual, which is designed to delicately soothe tired and ageing skin. The 2.5-hour ritual is available from now until September, 2018.

The treatment includes a Jasmine, Rice and Honey Scrub, a Jasmine Collagen Massage and ends with a Collagen Facial.

Freshly prepared with the essence of jasmine tea, rice flour and honey, the scrub uses natural irritation-free body scrub blends to gently exfoliate your skin silky, leaving it relaxed and toned, while the cool healing Jasmine Collagen Massage is re-hydrates the body using soft and relaxing strokes. The facial supplements skin collagen to help your skin retain moist to your face.

The two-hour Sense of Mango features a Mango Body Scrub and a Mango Arma Massage,

Rich in beta-carotene and contains vitamin C plus the alluring scent, Thai Mahajanaka mango is loved by everyone. Mahajanaka mango and RatiLanna Spa’s natural-based ingredients scrub is a chemical- free smooth exfoliator that removes skin impurities and helps retain moisture at the skin layer. Its Thai mango aromatherapy along with the flowing massage strokes help to ease away your emotional and physical stress.

For Mother’s Day, Ratilanna will be offering a special price for its Jasmine Delicacy Ritual and its Sense of Mango treatment reservations made by couple. It is available only in August 2018.

There is also an exclusive 10% discount for Ratillanna house guests.

 

 

 

 

CENTARA signs agreement for its third COSI branded hotel in Krabi

 CENTARA HOTELS & RESORTS has signed a hotel management agreement with Chuan Development Hotel Company Limited to develop its third COSI property in the south of Thailand, COSI Krabi Ao Nang Beach.

Centara conceived a different kind of hotel to capture the new generation of freedom-loving, tech-savvy travellers. The result is their new COSI brand, which opened its first property on Thailand’s popular Samui Island last December.

Following its success, Centara broke ground on its second COSI in Pattaya earlier this year, and has now signed a third COSI in Krabi, one of the leading destinations in Southern Thailand.

COSI is completely different from a traditional hotel. In place of the typical lobby counter are self-serve kiosks that speed check-in and check-out. In place of typical restaurant and banquet facilities is the hotel’s Hub, a 24/7 social and media café where guests can grab a sip or a bite and connect with friends.

Guests get daily credits to use for food and drink any time at the Hub’s WYSIWYG Café.

Today’s travellers love their smartphones, and smartphones love COSI. Guests can use their phones to book, check in, and play videos or watch movies on their room’s 43-inch SmartTV screen, which can mirror their phone screen. Fast and free Wi-Fi is everywhere.

The Krabi hotel will feature 142 rooms. Their minimalist-mod design features comfy king or twin beds, power showers, digital safes and fridges. Each room will have five USB ports so guests can recharge their devices without worrying about converters. The hotel will also offer a swimming pool and laundromat.

“COSI represents our most creative ideas about serving a growing market segment of freedom-loving, connected travellers” said Thirayuth Chirathivat, Centara’s CEO. “They’re more interested in flexibility, fun and shared experiences than traditional hotel frills. We plan to open COSIs in the most popular destinations to serve them.”

“I strongly believe this will be a successful partnership with Centara for the new COSI hotel in Krabi. As we are new in the hospitality business, working with such a renowned hospitality brand of Thai origin as Centara, is such a firm and important step for us” said Thanawat Phukaoluan, managing director of Chuan Development Hotel Co., Ltd.

Centara expects to open COSI Krabi Ao Nang Beach by 2020.

 

 

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SALA new travel packages and awards

SALA SAMUI CHAWENG BEACH RESORT is offering a me-and-us time with a three-day package designed to recalibrate and re-energize.

The package includes a minimum three-night stay inclusive of breakfast, round-trip airport transfers, two healthy lunches, late check-out and daily spa program, which includes: two-hour scrub-and-massage treatments, 2.5-hour massage-and-facial combos, and a 60-minute couple’s massage. The cost: 27,975 THB.

The resort recently unveiled its ocean front two-bedroom Presidential Pool villa, a 286 sqm large, with private beachfront, available for exclusive guest stays, intimate weddings or special celebrations.

The new luxury resort’s highest room category also features a 52 sqm private pool, steps from the sandy shores of north Chaweng beach, making it one of the largest private pools on offer within a resort on Koh Samui.

SALA Samui Choengmon Beach Resort, meanwhile, is offering a four-night Honeymoon package that includes breakfast, round-trip airport transfers, and on arrival, a Honeymooner’s Delight mood-setter, complete with red roses, special decorations, sparkling wine and chocolates, as well as a candlelit dinner for two and a couple’s spa treatment.

Elsewhere at SALA, the culinary team at SALA Phuket Resort and Spa and sala rattanakosin Bangkok for their Thailand Tatler Best Restaurant Awards for the past two years. Heading the SALA Phuket team is Chef Tony Wrigley, who transferred to the beachfront resort after years of award-winning leadership at sala rattanakosin.

sala rattanakosin also offers a great way to see the real Bangkok, where the Chao Phraya River lends itself to fascinating cultural excursions and culinary discoveries. The offer includes a minimum 1-night stay inclusive of breakfast, a Thai family-style dinner and cooking class, complete with market visit and long-tail boat ride. From 8,825 THB.

It’s also the starting point to ravel back in time and explore the ancient city of fascinating UNESCO ruins just a short drive from Bangkok. The offer includes a minimum 1-night stay, inclusive of breakfast, a half-day sightseeing boat tour to discover the epic scenery along the Chao Phraya River, and complimentary sunset cocktails for two by the riverbank. From 6,645 THB.

 

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s ultimate holistic adventure

WEARY AND EXPERIENTIAL TRAVELLERS to Asia’s City of Angels alike are in for a holistic treat of authentic local immersion and vitality with the introduction of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s Morning Wellness at Siam signature experience.

Offering a revitalising start to the day that in some ways follows Bangkokians’ typical morning routine, the program invites guests to rise and shine and embark on a unique wellness journey that culminates in total nourishment for the body, mind and soul.

The Morning Wellness at Siam program unfolds in three balanced stages that combine Buddhist culture and urban nature with energizing movement, a nutritious breakfast and spa wisdom:

Siam Culture: Rising at daybreak, guests participate in the daily Buddhist tradition of Tak Bart in the hotel’s lobby – in this ancient custom of making merit and bringing good fortune, guests are guided through the morning ritual of giving alms of food to monks, and in return receiving the traditional blessing of a chant.

Park Wellness: A short walk then leads guests to the nearby Lumpini Park. Referred to as the “Green Lung of Bangkok”, it offers rare open public spaces, trees, and playgrounds in the Thai capital, and paths totalling more than two kilometres that are popular amongst morning and evening joggers.

Here a quiet grassy spot overlooking the park’s lake and canal sets the tranquil scene for a 45-minute light energy session of ancient Chinese Qi Gong, meditation, yoga or Pranayama, guided by Anantara’s expert Balance Wellness practitioner.

This session offers flowing, graceful movements to boost energy flow and life force.

A picnic breakfast served on the lawns of Lumpini Park follows and features an abundance of creative healthy delights, including a quinoa and mixed fruit salad with poached shrimp; a charcoal bread sandwich filled with smoked salmon; homemade granola; and dark chocolate petit fours.

A vitamin-packed raw juice made from an ABC concoction of apple, beetroot and carrot and a detoxifying blend of kale, pear, lemon, ginger and honey is also served to refresh and wash all the nutritional goodness down.

After breakfast, guests experience another true taste of Bangkok when they return to the hotel by tuk tuk.

Holistic Healing: The Morning Wellness at Siam program continues at Anantara Spa where guests indulge in a signature 60-minute Chakra Crystal Balancing therapy treatment.

After selecting a crystal infused oil blend that resonates most with the individual, the body is surrounded by precious stones. These include the unconditional love of Rose Quartz for the Heart Chakra; the peace of Amethyst above the Crown Chakra; Tiger Eyes harmonising energy for balance beside the Solar Plexus Chakra; and Lapis Lazuli’s self-expression that empowers the Throat Chakra.

Whilst the energies of the precious stones work their healing powers, a purifying massage promotes holistic well-being by releasing stress and tension both physically and emotionally; harmonizing energy flow; stimulating blood circulation; and encouraging the body’s natural detoxification.

Singing bowls are used to commence and conclude the treatment to coax a deep state of meditative relaxation, while the soothing sounds enhance the chakra balancing benefits.

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s Morning Wellness at Siam signature experience lasts four hours and is priced at 8,500 THB per person.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact +66 2126 8866 ext. 1191, or email spa.asia@anantara.com

 

 

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas files sustainability results

FOR A SUSTAINABILITY VISION TO FLOURISH, it has to be meaningful and measurable. Six Senses is excited to publish results based on energy and water consumption, solid waste, waste diversion, and carbon footprint gathered from all properties.

Starting in 2012, and currently led by Jeff Smith, the group’s vice-president of sustainability, each property monitors and measures its environmental efforts. All the group’s hotels and resorts contribute to Cornell University’s Hotel Sustainability Benchmarking program. This compares their performance against a global dataset of their peers.

In 2017, Six Senses sustainability data revealed that as a group:

  • 45% of solid waste was diverted from landfills.
  • 90,000 pounds (40,500 kilograms) of organic fruits and vegetables were grown for guests and communities.
  • 491,000 pounds (223,000 kilograms) of compost and natural fertilizer was given back to the earth.
  • 1,093,950 glass water bottles replaced disposable plastic bottles
  • 2,831 meaningful local jobs were created.Each resort and hotel features an Earth Lab, which promotes sustainable living in uplifting and innovative ways. This space is used for workshops that empower guests and community members to learn and connect more closely with the natural world

Top Categories for Fund Distribution in 2017: US $168,474 for building institutions; US $95,340 for disaster relief; US $89,434 for eco-tourism; US $55.464 for health care communities; and US $55.464 for local schools.

“It’s motivating for everyone in the company that we can demonstrate our commitment to sustainability in this way.

Self-sustaining: Operating in a manner whereby we support our needs while adding value to the local, global community and environment.

Social Equity: On a shared earth we recognize that we are part of a global community where we are all equally responsible for the health and well-being of each other and our planet.

“All of us – from our top management, to our sustainability champions who drive initiatives, to our hosts at each property, through to our guests – understand that sustainability is about making the most of our natural resources and celebrating what’s good in all the locations where we operate,” said Bernhard Bohnenberger (or BB), president of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

Evason also follows the Six Senses philosophy of uncompromised responsibility to sustainability and the community. Its two unique resorts provide a strong value focus, while offering a vast array of personal guest experiences that the whole family will love.

Legacy: Making decisions and taking appropriate actions not just for today, but also for tomorrow. We are legacy makers for future generations.

Purposeful travel fosters wellness for the planet and for the individual person. In either case Six Senses supports this by focusing its sustainability efforts in three key areas.

“We’re not just passionate about sustainability, we want to lead the industry. Through the environmental performance of our resorts and hotels, through preserving the natural and cultural heritage around us, and through enhancing social and economic benefits to local communities,” said Bernhard Bohnenberger.

Sustainability Funds are managed at each Six Senses property with sales added directly from house-bottled water, and popular stuffed animal mascots that reflect each location. Sponsored projects in 2017 totaled USD 545,860.

For the last 15 years, Six Senses has been bottling its own still and sparkling drinking water. By building onsite filtration and bottling facilities, each resort eliminates the transportation impacts and use of plastic water bottles. Taste tests reveal it’s a winner with guests, too.

Michelin Star Omakase Chef Jackson Yu visits YTSB – Yellow Tail Sushi Bar – July 20-24

YTSB – YELLOW TAIL SUSHI BAR AT VIE HOTEL BANGKOK, MGallery by Sofitel welcomes an extraordinary visitor for the restaurant’s first time to host a Michelin-starred chef, Beijing native and transplanted San Franciscan 1-Michelin star Jackson Yu, for five evenings of Michelin Star Omakase course dinners.

In Japanese, “Omakase” means “trust the chef”. An Omakase feast is created completely up to the chef’s artistic inspiration and sense of balance, and its menu is usually composed on a daily basis.

In his own restaurant, Chef Jackson is often seen chatting with guests and determining their tastes with his fine sense of flavours. He is lauded for his craftsmanship and his personal customization of every dish to perfectly suit his guests’ individual tastes.

A Michelin Star Omakase Course (Dinner) with be served twice per day, with the first round served during 6 – 8: pm and the second during 8:30 – 10:30 pm, with each round limited to only ten seats.

Each Michelin Star Omakase Course by Chef Jackson Yu is 8,000 THB per person, or 10,000 THB per person with sake pairing.

Chef Jackson Yu long ago fell in love with the art of fine Japanese cuisine and early on set about his goal of becoming a master of the highly disciplined techniques that produce the world’s most elegant food.

Chef Jackson Yu has been preparing traditional sushi for almost 20 years. While honing his technical skills, his passion and talent have allowed him to work at some of San Francisco’s most renowned Japanese restaurants during this time, while eventually opening several of his own around the city.

For more details and reservations, contact Sawarot Srikokgruad, at 098 856 9783 or by email: ytsbm@viehotelbangkok.com

 

 

Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok’s I.Sawan Residential Spa & Club

I.SAWAN RESIDENTIAL SPA & CLUB is offering a number of special treatments in a spa that covers covers over 7,000 square metres (75,350 square feet) high above the sights and sounds of the city. It was master planned and designed by the well known U.S. interior designer, Tony Chi.

Best described as pure, authentic and results-oriented, the treatments at i.sawan embody the Hyatt Spa experience. Seamlessly blending the power of science and nature, i.sawan’s treatments aid one’s own sense of purpose for fitness and well-being.

It features Italian-made Comfort Zone skin care products, making their first appearance in Thailand, expert therapists dedicate themselves to providing unique healing experiences. An extensive â la carte Spa menu featuring facial treatments, body massages, body envelopment, body scrubs and revitalizing bath remedies are offered.

Its signature treatments include Essence of i.sawan, an exclusive massage, unique to i.sawan. It works on deeper tissues to speed up detoxification and rid the body of pollutants, while helping to increase flexibility, circulation and enhance the body’s natural recovery process.

Hyatt Signature Anti-Ageing Facial resurfaces, redensifies and lifts. Combined with its exclusive Comfort Zones Active Lift Massage, it stimulates cellular regeneration, bestows fullness and redefines the volume of the face. The efficacy and specific actions obtained are thanks to the double peeling combined with Vitamin C. Its specific action and efficacy is obtained thanks to the double peel, followed by an innovative biphasic peel-off mask.

Hyatt’s Award-winning man space has been selected as the Men’s Spa Treatment of the Year is the i.sawan’s signature “men space facial”, facial treatment recommended for him. Itssignature man’s facial combines deep cleansing, soothing, hydrating and anti-ageing products, with techniques specially created for men’s skin.

 I.Sawan Residential Spa & Club At Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok offers three deluxe treatment bungalows, each with a terrace.

These quaint bungalows contain twin treatment beds for couples and include a wet area for showering as well as outdoor terrace for pre/post treatment use.

There are also six treatment rooms, which have been “designed with every comfort in mind, These rooms are for single occupancy, with one treatment bed and also include a wet area for showering. Two rooms have a partitioned wall and are specifically designed for Thai treatments with raised floor beds.

 

 

 

 

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas partners with Timeshifter

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has partnered with Timeshifter to improve guests’ traveling experience. Guests booking directly with Six Senses will get access to the Timeshifter jet lag app, which is developed with Harvard Medical School Associate Professor Steven Lockley, and based on the latest research in sleep and circadian neuroscience.

Timeshifter, which named Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas their official hotel partner, offers highly personalized jet lag plans based on the traveler’s sleep pattern, chronotype, flight plan, and optional preferences such as pre-travel adjustment or the use of melatonin for an even faster adaptation.

Timeshifter incorporates a real world “practicality” filter, ensuring that the advice is realistic and easy to follow; there is also a unique Quick Turnaround feature for business travelers who want to be at their best during short business trips that are not long enough to allow full adjustment.

A notification system provides simple yet powerful advice, even while in flight. Using Timeshifter is a straightforward and empowering experience, and requires no special equipment.

The algorithm behind the new Timeshifter app is already helping astronauts, elite athletes, and top CEOs eliminate jet lag, and perform at their very best. Now, this much-needed tool is available for everyone.

“We all love to feel good when traveling on business or pleasure, but when flying long distances jet lag can cause stress, fatigue, moodiness and restless nights. We’re delighted to partner with Timeshifter and to provide our guests with a state-of-the-art tool so they can get the most out of their time when staying with Six Senses and to be their best after they arrive back home,” said Neil Jacobs, CEO of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

Jet lag is caused when the sleep-wake and light-dark cycle shift too quickly for the 24-hour circadian clock in the brain to adapt.

Timeshifter not only provides advice to alleviate the disruptive symptoms of jet lag such as insomnia and sleepiness, but addresses the underlying circadian disruption by rapidly resynchronizing the circadian clock to the new time zone and reducing the negative impact of jet lag on other brain and body functions.

“The partnership between Six Senses and Timeshifter is showing what the future of luxury travel can be. By combining the Six Senses Integrated Wellness experience with the Timeshifter jet lag app, based on the latest in sleep and circadian neuroscience, guests will enjoy their vacations even more and perform at their very best on business trips,” said Mickey Beyer-Clausen, CEO of Timeshifter.

Guests who book a stay through SixSenses.com, via email or phone will be given a special code in their reservation confirmation so they can unlock a complimentary jet lag plan inside the Timeshifter iOS or Android app.

The brand’s overarching philosophy, Six Senses Integrated Wellness, provides the best base possible to help guest flourish, in tune with their natural flow – from a wide range of signature massages to high-tech science and high-touch therapies, and from the food guests eat to the way they sleep and the experts they meet.

Wellness is integrated into the whole guest experience, and becomes a joyful way of life. And those guests who wish to go further, can take the non-invasive wellness screening and let Six Senses experts assess their health and lifestyle and recommend a personalized program in steps that they feel comfortable with.

 

 

Dusit introduces new hotel brand for millennial-minded travellers

ASAI Hotels, a distinctive new brand designed to link curious, millennial-minded travellers with authentic local experiences in vibrant cities and resort destinations worldwide, will be launched by Dusit International early next year

Set to officially launch in in the first quarter of 2019 with its first hotel in Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market, ASAI Hotels embraces a sustainable, community-focused concept, with each property designed to reflect the culture and heritage of its location through collaborations with local artisans.

In line with the four core pillars of the brand “Thoughtful Essentials, Common Areas and locally inspired and connected community, “ each hotel will feature compact rooms (approximately 15 sq m), whose contemporary design will emphasize key features like superior quality beds and high pressure rain showers.

A large mixed-use space, meanwhile, will include a cozy and efficient work space, a leisure area, and a restaurant concept curated by local chefs who champion sustainability.

The upcoming Chatuchak hotel, which is the only hotel to be located within the world-famous market, includes an eatery developed by Bangkok-based chefs and restaurateurs, Jarrett Wrisley and Paolo Vitaletti, whose own restaurants, Soul Food Mahanakorn and Appia, are known for their sustainable approach to cooking.

Their menu at ASAI Chatuchak will highlight produce from Thailand’s Royal Projects.

Each ASAI hotel worldwide will leverage technology to streamline the booking and stay experience. This includes the implementation of self check-in kiosks, and exclusive online guides that link guests with authentic local experiences and lesser-known, but Instagram-worthy, attractions.

ASAI will also link with selected local online start-ups, such as TakeMeTour in Thailand, to offer personalized excursions.

Staff at each property will be hired for personality as much as experience, and they will very much be the face of the brand, expected to be passionate about their neighbourhoods and always ready to share their knowledge with guests.

Alongside ASAI Chatuchak, five more properties are already confirmed in the pipeline. This includes three ASAI Hotels in Cebu, Philippines (in Lapu-Lapu, Oslob, and the city centre); one hotel in Yangon, Myanmar (in the historic Yankin Township); and a second hotel in Bangkok (in the stylish Sathorn district). All are expected to open throughout 2019.

ASAI Hotels’ management team hopes to secure over 10 properties in the pipeline by the end of the year across Southeast Asia and Japan. This includes owned and joint venture properties as well as properties under Hotel Management Agreements. Australia, Europe and Central America are also on the radar for potential projects.

ASAI is a new concept for Dusit that will leverage the company’s 70 years of hospitality heritage to deliver a new kind of stay experience in vibrant neighbourhoods worldwide, said Siradej Donavanik, managing director of Asai Holdings Co., Ltd., Dusit International.

ASAI is not budget travel but “an affordable lifestyle brand offering something new, different and bespoke. Our collaborations with local artisans in each destination will ensure each stay is unique, memorable, and definitely worthy of our slogan “ Live Local.

“Everywhere we set foot we will always ensure we have a positive impact.”

“In line with our three-pronged strategy for balance, expansion and diversification, the introduction of ASAI Hotels will add an innovative new revenue stream to our company that complements our traditional hospitality offerings and actively responds to the needs and desires of millennial-minded travellers,” said Suphajee Suthumpun, Group CEO, Dusit International.

“Recent detailed studies in America have shown that, alongside a desire for local experiences, a majority 35% of this segment prefer to stay in luxury and upscale resorts. The majority also placed cost and security as chief concerns when booking accommodation. ASAI is perfectly positioned to meet these needs, and we look forward to making the brand a huge success.”

Dusit International is currently in a significant growth phase which will see the company’s current portfolio of 27 hotels surpass 70 worldwide within the next four years.

The company’s other hotel brands, which cover luxury and mid-market segments, include Dusit Thani, Dusit Devarana, Dusit Princess, and dusitD2.

 

Best Western offers special awards to mark 30th anniversary

 BEST WESTERN HOTELS & RESORTS is celebrating 30 Years with the milestone anniversary of Best Western Rewards.

Since its inception in 1988, Best Western Rewards (BWR) has grown from 180,000 members to more than 32 million today.

With points that never expire and access to the richest promotions in the hotel industry, BWR has been frequently recognized as an innovator, achieving a top five ranking in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017-2018 Best Hotel Rewards Programs and ranking one of the top three Best Hotel Rewards by WalletHub in 2017.

With each year, the program continues to raise the bar, and now offers the industry’s lowest point threshold, free nights with no blackout dates and unique seasonal promotions.

In honour of the 30th anniversary of BWR, Best Western Hotels & Resorts announced that it will gift lifetime Diamond Select Status to all 1,859 members who have remained a loyal part of the program since its inaugural year. Diamond Select Status offers 50% bonus points per stay, a choice of a thank you gift or points upon arrival and guaranteed free night availability.

“Year after year, our priority is to enhance overall guest satisfaction and tailor our rewards program to the travel aspirations of our members,” said Dorothy Dowling, senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Best Western Hotels & Resorts. “We wanted to find a unique way to reward the members who have been with us since the beginning, and we are thrilled to celebrate with them by providing lifetime elite to them as a thank you for their continued loyalty.”

BWR has successfully evolved over three decades, demonstrating a commitment to delivering exceptional guest experiences with a renewed focus each year to offer easily redeemable and tremendously valuable benefits.

BWR is the only loyalty program in the industry where points never expire, and members have access to the richest promotions in the industry. Reward redemption begins at a lower point level requirement relative to industry competitors, and free nights earned can be redeemed at any Best Western branded hotel worldwide, with no blackout dates. Additionally, members have access to special rates and can receive up to 10% off on every night and redeem free nights that count towards attaining elite tiers.

Finally, members can earn gift cards from some of the most popular shopping, entertainment, gas, and airline partners.

 Members are given instant rewards and gratification on every stay. Additionally, the Status “Match…No Catch” program allows members to have their status matched with other hotel loyalty programs immediately upon enrolment.

 In addition to enjoying the perks and benefits of BWR, elite members also receive elite rewards. Upon arrival elite members are given a choice of a “Thank You” gift or bonus points. Additionally, Best Western hotels provide guaranteed free nights for Diamond and Diamond select members at properties with availability.

BWR guests are also given a digital membership card that helps them simply and conveniently access their membership number, point balance, current tier level and exclusive deals and offers. These enhanced benefits, combined with the lowest free night redemption threshold in the industry, enable travelers to maximize stays across all 11 Best Western brands.

For more information on BWR and to sign up, visit BestWestern.com/Rewards.

 

 

 

 

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