Nov222011

Accor Hotels 50% off Super Sale: Book by Nov 25, 2011

Accor Hotels has a global sale for 50% off hotel stays booked by November 25 for stays from December 11, 2011 through February 12, 2012. The discount is 50% for A|Club members and 40% if you are not a member. You can join A|Club and get the 50% discount when you book.

These rates are prepaid at time of booking, no changes allowed and no refunds for cancellation.

The good news is Accor Hotels provides a pdf link with participating hotels ordered geographically.

Accor Hotels is the largest global hotel chain outside the USA and the most comprehensive hotel chain for France and Europe. Brazil and North Africa are two other areas where Accor offers more hotels than any other major hotel chain for earning loyalty points with your travel. China, Indonesia and Thailand are other countries where you will find Accor properties outpace most other hotel chains.

Here is a Loyalty Traveler post from September 2011 where I give an overview of A|Club loyalty program and Accor Hotel brand descriptions. Since then Accor A|Club has added Orbis Hotels, a small brand in Poland.

Accor Super Sale 50% off rates - Book by Nov 25, 2011.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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Comments

  1. I really thought this deal deserved more facetime in the blogs. There are some really amazing deals out there, from boutique to budget.

    And if you’re a budget traveler, a private room for two can even be cheaper than two bunks at many hostels. I booked two nights in Auckland for $69USD after tax with this deal.

  2. @Aaron – I agree these Accor sales are good deals. Most Americans are looking to their US based hotel loyalty program when traveling.

    I would definitely work Accor if traveling internationally. It may not be the best earn and burn program, but often Accor has good rates and points for a cash credit is a decent deal.

    I had it on my list of blog posts and postponed it several days. Analytics tells me few readers are interested in Accor from past posts and that delayed this post.

    I’ve always wanted to do a full Accor Hotels brands article. Hey Accor – want to sponsor me?

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