May182017

Le Club Accorhotels €120 summer promotion, book by May 23

Le Club AccorHotels has a summer promotion offer for 6,000 bonus points with three 2-night stays by September 3, 2017. This deal has high potential rebate value for budget travelers.

I might use on travel in Europe June-July 2017.

This article is also an overview of Accor Hotels brands due to refreshing my familiarity of the hotel chain.

Le Club AccorHotels  Summer Promotion

Must book hotel stays by May 23 for stays completed by Sep 3, 2017

Stay three times at least 2 nights each stay by September 3, 2017 at an Accor brand hotel and earn 6,000 bonus points.

Stay 1 = 500 bonus points

Stay 2 = 2,500 bonus points

Stay 3 = 3,000 bonus points.

Le Club Accorhotels summer 6K promo

Le Club Accorhotels points are redeemable directly for hotel credit you can use for payment on paid stays at the rate:

2,000 points = €40 hotel payment credit.

Three hotel stays in Accor hotels this summer earns €120 in hotel payment credit for future stays.

Accor Hotel brands eligible for promotion:

  1. Sofitel,
  2. MGallery,
  3. Pullman,
  4. Grand Mercure,
  5. The Sebel (19 properties Australia/NZ)
  6. Novotel,
  7. Mercure,
  8. Mama Shelter,
  9. Adagio,
  10. ibis,
  11. ibis Styles
  12. Adagio Access

This list of Accor Hotels brands above is in descending order of hotel market segment from Sofitel as the chain’s luxury brand, as defined by STR Global based on actual nightly average room rates data down to Ibis and Adagio midscale brands.

Luxury: Sofitel

Upper Upscale: Pullman, MGallery, The Sebel

Upscale: Novotel, Grand Mercure

Upper Midscale: Mercure, MamaShelter, ApartAdagio

Midscale: Ibis, Ibis Styles, Aparthotel Adagio Access

Accor Hotels is one of the largest global hotel chains with over 4,000 properties. Le Club Accorhotels loyalty program is the largest major hotel loyalty program I have never written much about on Loyalty Traveler. Initially my excuse was there are few hotels in the USA and in Europe other competitive hotel deals took me to other brands in the big cities I visited.

There are around 80 Accor Hotels in Poland and Czech Republic.

Poland and Czech Republic have some very inexpensive hotels

This deal is useful for places I am traveling. I can potentially stay 6 hotel nights in Poland and Czech Republic for around $200 and earn 6,000 Le Club Accorhotels loyalty points = €120 ($133) in hotel stay credit on future stays.

There are rates in a few cities around Poland where the price to stay at an eligible Ibis, Ibis Styles or Mercure 3-star hotel is less than $25 per hotel night.

Travel between Krakow, Poland and Prague, Czechia with Accor Hotels

Traveling between Krakow, Poland and Prague, Czechia is an 8 hour bus trip for under 20 EUR. Depending on your route, there are a dozen or more Accor Hotels in towns and cities of Czech Republic and Poland between Prague and Krakow. Travel between towns and cities is readily available by bus and train for access to most Accor Hotels in the region, meaning they are city center and not isolated motorway hotels.

Staying in three Accor hotels for two nights each is a fairly easy and inexpensive task if traveling in this area.

Google Maps Krakow-Prague

Google Maps Krakow, Poland – Cieszyn, Poland – Ostrava, Czechia – Prague, Czechia (570 km) 8 hours by bus.

 

Mercure Cieszyn, Poland (old town on Czech/Poland border).

Mercure Ostrava-1

July 14-16, 2017 $22.10/night

Mercure Cieszyn rate

Mercure Ostrava, Czechia

(Ostrava is 3rd largest city in Czechia, behind Prague and Brno).

July 16-18, 2017 $32.85/night

Mercure Ostrava $66 rate

Ibis Prague Mala Strana

July 18-20 €43.70/night ($48.60/night).

Ibis Praha Mala Strana

Six nights in Cieszyn, Ostrava and Prague = $207.10 USD or about $35 per night.

6,000 Accor Bonus Points = €120 credit = $133 USD.

Net cost of hotel nights = $74.

Or $12.35/night to stay six nights after rebate value.

Le Club AccorHotels has my attention now.

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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