Aug182014

IHG Rewards Club 50% off Mexico and Caribbean beach resort stays

IHG is rewarding its members through an upcoming fall promotion offering members 50 percent off Rewards Nights point pricing for a limited time at 12 participating beach resort hotels in Mexico and the Caribbean islands of Grand Cayman and Aruba.

These are good discount rates for IHG Rewards Club 50% off Mexico and Caribbean beach resort stays, however, check the paid rates since some of these Mexico hotels have rates so low that you might get better value paying for your stay and earning IHG Rewards Club points.

50% off reward stays Booking Window is August 18 – September 6, 2014.

Stay from September 1 – October 31, 2014.

Holiday Inn Express PLAYA DEL CARMEN
15,000
7,500 pts.

Holiday Inn Resort ACAPULCO
20,000
10,000 pts.

Holiday Inn Express CABO SAN LUCAS
20,000
10,000 pts.

Crowne Plaza ACAPULCO
20,000
10,000 pts.

Holiday Inn Resort GRAND CAYMAN
25,000
12,500 pts.

Holiday Inn Resort ARUBA-BEACH RESORT & CASINO
25,000
12,500 pts.

InterContinental PLAYA BONITA RESORT & SPA
25,000
12,500 pts.

InterContinental PRESIDENTE COZUMEL RESORT SPA
30,000
15,000 pts.

Holiday Inn Resort PUERTO VALLARTA
30,000
15,000 pts.

Holiday Inn CANCUN ARENAS
35,000
17,500 pts.

Holiday Inn Resort LOS CABOS ALL INCLUSIVE
35,000
17,500 pts.

InterContinental PRESIDENTE IXTAPA RESORT
50,000
25,000 pts.

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

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