Mar142012

Priority Club One Day Sale March 15

Priority Club is piloting a weekly Thursday One Day Reward Sale at 12 hotels globally where rates are 50% to 75% off the standard reward rate for 24 hours. The sale starts at 12 am midnight EST on Thursday and continues through 11:59pm EST Thursday.

Thursday, March 15 One Day Sale

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12 hotels

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There are 5 international hotels and 7 USA hotels.

InterContinental Cleveland on a discount reward and a day at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is one of my bucket list vacations. I should check airfare.

The best feature of these Priority Club Rewards One Day Sale listings I prefer over the Last Minute Reward Nights is the long booking window of March 15 to May 14. That makes it reasonable to plan an airline ticket and hotel stay dates if there is a great hotel stay deal.

Link: Priority Club One Day Sale

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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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  1. Hi Ric – I’m from Cleveland, and would highly recommend a visit if you’ve never been here. People are usually pleasantly surprised with their visit. Cleveland is a relatively small city, with a lot to offer. Our food scene here is one of the best in the country….lots of excellent restaurants in all price ranges. Former Iron Chef and co-host of The Chew, Michael Symon, is from Cleveland, and he has several restaurants here.

    The Rock Hall Induction Ceremony is in April (with a week full of events). In addition to the Rock Hall, make sure to set aside some time to visit the West Side Market in Ohio City. That area also has Great Lakes Brewing Co. (a restaurant/brewery with awesome beer), Mitchell’s Ice Cream, and several other good restaurants. Sokolowski’s University Inn is in Tremont (5 minutes from Ohio City), and serves great home cooking (pierogies, sourkrout, etc). There’s also lots of great restaurants in Tremont, and on E. 4th downtown. And the University Circle area (close to the hotel) has Severance Hall (home of the Cleveland Orchestra), various museums, and Case Western Reserve University.

    The Intercontinental is on the campus of the Cleveland Clinic. You can take public transportation directly from CLE airport to the Intercontinental (or you could take a cab or rent a car). You would take the Red Line Rapid Transit from CLE to downtown/Tower City. Get off the train, walk out to Public Square and hop on the Health Line (brand new bus line running from downtown to University Circle, with several stops on the Cleveland Clinic campus). Unless you line up some doctor appointments at the Cleveland Clinic, there really isn’t much to see or do right around the hotel, so you’ll need to have plans to get around town if you decide to stay at that hotel.

    Good luck, and hopefully you can find a good flight deal!

  2. Not a problem! Since you’re into microbrews, right next to West Side Market (and right across the street from Great Lakes Brewing) is Market Garden Brewery (beer garden) and Bier Markt (they don’t brew on-site, and instead carry various Belgian beers). There are several other good microbrew spots around, but Ohio City has lots of options within walking distance of each other.

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