Worldhotels Offers 'Suite Miles and Nights in the City' Promotion

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Worldhotels has launched a two-part promotional program – “Suite Miles and Nights in the City” – which rewards guests 5,000 miles for every night they stay in a member hotel suite. The miles are credited to the guest’s choice of 12 frequent flyer programs*. The promotion, which is commissionable, runs now through May 31st and again September 1st through November 30th. More than 50 members of Worldhotels’ Deluxe Collection worldwide are participating in the program.

Worldhotels has launched a two-part promotional program – “Suite Miles and Nights in the City” – which rewards guests 5,000 miles for every night they stay in a member hotel suite. The miles are credited to the guest’s choice of 12 frequent flyer programs*. The promotion, which is commissionable, runs now through May 31st and again September 1st through November 30th. More than 50 members of Worldhotels’ Deluxe Collection worldwide are participating in the program.

“Many consumers dismiss hotel suites as solely for celebrities and expense-account business travelers, but we want to show them that living in style is not only affordable, but also a great value,” says Tom Griffiths, vice president of Worldhotels, the Americas.

The “Suite Miles and Nights in the City” promotion is available in the Americas, the EMEA region and in Asia.

Examples of participating hotels include the Eliot Suite Hotel in Boston, Mass., with 79 suites starting at $355 per night; the Goodwin Hotel in Hartford, Conn., featuring 24 suites from $219; the Kimberly Hotel in New York City, offering 161 suites starting at $440; the Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels, Belgium, with rates starting at $441 for its 17 suites; and the Lotte Hotel Seoul (79 suites) and Lotte Hotel World Gangnam (36 suites) in Seoul, South Korea, where “Suite Miles” rates start at $403 and $357, respectively.

All prices are per night and based on availability. For more information, visit online at worldhotels.com, clicking on “special offers” then “hottest offers.”

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