Sep252013

Kimpton Hotels ‘Raid the Bar’ loyalty benefit

Raid the Mini-Bar got an upgrade! Kimpton Hotels has expanded its Raid the Mini-Bar benefit for InTouch loyalty program members to allow guests to apply the $10 hotel stay credit to the hotel bar. This is a complimentary benefit available to InTouch members on eligible paid stays. In high-priced New York the credit is $15 for Raid the Bar.

Kimpton raid the bar

Raid the Bar is an additional benefit for Kimpton InTouch loyalty program members on top of the nightly free hosted wine hour from 5-6pm at Kimpton Hotels for all guests.

Kimpton wine hour

Kimpton Hotels hold a Hosted Evening Wine Hour

T&C

Welcome to the terms and conditions, a.k.a. “small print.”

The $10 credit ($15 at New York hotels) is valid for items from the mini bar or in the bar/lounge area in the participating restaurant adjacent to hotel of origin.

The following properties are not participating in this offer:

  • Hotel Wilshire,
  • Triton,
  • Harbor Court,
  • The Lumen,
  • The George,
  • Monaco Salt Lake City,
  • Ink48,
  • 70 park avenue 
  • Eventi.

You will receive the Raid the Mini Bar benefit at the non-participating hotels.

The Tuscan Inn does not participate in the InTouch program. (LT Note: Tuscan Inn at San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf is a Best Western branded hotel).

Offer valid for each eligible hotel stay and expires upon check out from the hotel. You must turn in your Raid the Bar or Raid the Mini Bar card before check out in order to receive this benefit. This offer is non-transferable and may be used only by the Kimpton InTouch or Inner Circle member to whom it was issued. Because it’s the law, you must be 21 years of age or older, and we encourage you to drink responsibly. The offer has no cash redemption value and cannot be applied toward future hotel stays. Terms & Conditions may be changed at any time at the sole discretion of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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