IHG unlocks more reward points at Intercontinental Hotels
IHG® has announced today that it is broadening the earning structure of its IHG® Rewards Club across InterContinental Hotels to offer members 10 points for every US $1 you charge to your room - on average four times as many points per stay.
Whether it’s dinner and drinks in the restaurant, an extra night’s stay or room service, just charge it to your room and watch your points build to be redeemed against a huge range of rewards, from flights to spa days.
Becoming a member is simple - guests sign up for free online and start collecting points instantly from each stay at one of the 4,700 InterContinental Hotels & Resorts worldwide, to unlock a range of special benefits and travel extras.
From flights to music downloads, car rentals, gift cards for leading retailers, wine collections, and a range of bespoke experiences, including pamper spa days, rally driving and sushi lessons, IHG® Rewards Club’s nearly 79 million members have plenty of choice when it comes to redeeming their points.
This array of offers reinforces InterContinental’s commitment to providing guests with unique, luxurious experiences that are rich in local insight. With 30 destinations across many of Europe’s most popular destinations, including Rome, Amsterdam, Paris, Cannes and Berlin, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts offer guests a window to explore Europe in style.
Peter Tippen, Director, Guest and Loyalty Marketing Europe, IHG commented:
“Known and loved by millions around the world, the IHG® Rewards Club is the first and largest hotel loyalty programme that gives members the freedom to do the things they love.
“Whether enjoying a family holiday at InterContinental Malta, soaking up the sun at InterContinental Istanbul, escaping for a romantic break at InterContinental Porto - Palacio das Cardosas, or taking time out from a business trip at InterContinental Geneva, with IHG® Rewards Club points guests have unparalleled freedom to choose how they make the most of their travels, earning points as they enjoy their holiday!”