Club Carlson 25% off sale. Book by Feb 13 for stays to Feb 28.

Club Carlson 25% off sale is another discount rate opportunity for hotel stays in USA, Canada and Caribbean to earn 30,000 bonus points for 3-night stays or 15,000 bonus points on two night stays.

Book by 11:59pm CT, February 13 for stays through February 28, 2015.


Club Carlson Extend Your Stay promotion for 15,000 and 30,000 bonus points.

Loyalty Traveler – Club Carlson Jan 12 to March 29, 2015 stays earn 15K for 2 nights, 30K for 3 nights (Jan 5, 2015).

Extend Your Stay is the best rebate value hotel bonus points offer during this seasonal period among the major hotel chains.

Club Carlson 2-13-15 3-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. Ric – Your CC London posts are closed for comment now, but might be this useful for Euro Carlson planners.

    I just completed a Carlson London week, end of Jan 15, using points and CC Visa benefit of two nights for 50k etc.
    Two nights Radisson Blu Mercer St. I emailed ahead to Guest Relations manager with confirmation number and a request for a higher room floor,
    (taking on board your observation that street noise could be a problem)
    I never received a reply. On arrival, early check in was accommodated and Gold status was recognized. I was assigned an upgraded 2nd floor room.
    I asked to switch to a higher floor, and was offered a similar upgraded king room on the 5th floor.
    Noise turned out not to be a major concern, the location is excellent for all things downtown. As an expat Londoner, I was very familiar with the area, and enjoyed long walks to many of the sights and museums.
    So far so good. I found the staff to be helpful and apart from a faulty window that would not shut, allowing noise and cold air in, it was a pretty good room. I estimate around 200 – 250 sqr ft. Bathroom was remodeled to a good standard, apart from the elevator music playing faintly from a decommissioned ceiling speaker day and night. Closing the door was the lo-tech solution.
    As I was booking on the fly, I walked over to the Radisson Bloomsbury and the Rad Kenilworth to see if they could offer me any meaningful room upgrades for my second 2 night stay later in the week. They were fairly helpful, but could not.

    Two nights Stansted Airport Radisson Blu. Business and family meetings.
    Not going to go into great detail. It was an OK room on the 4th (Club) floor but an excellent value using the F&F rate.
    No mention of any F&F rate requirement details. Excellent full buffet breakfast inc.
    The cost of 2 x breakfasts was nearly the cost of the room, so a great value all round.

    Two nights Park Plaza Victoria.
    My usual choices of Pk Plaza Westminster and Pk Plaza County Hall weren’t really working to my satisfaction, so I took a gamble on a fact-finding stay at the Victoria property. I have been meaning to try this Hotel for a few years, but have always been put off by the wildly inconsistent reviews.
    I was assigned to the Club floor (2nd). King bed room as an upgrade. Fairly nice if compact. I would guess around 250 sqr ft.
    I noticed the Club Lounge located on the same floor. I had lounge access, but I never used it. It was always closed when I was around.
    Although a Pk Plaza, I sense it likes to go its own way, and is unlike other PP’s I have stayed at.
    For instance, the wifi (free to CC elites) is offered at a stunningly low dial-up type speed for the free flavor, with an option to upgrade to a useable speed for a fee. I pointed out the folly of this and was given a bypass code to get me to the useable speed for free.
    All in all an OK stay, but probably would not repeat. Victoria is a great area, M&S food to go, Pret a Manger etc all incredibly close, walk to Buckingham Palace, or get the 76 bus to Oxford St or the 38 to Piccadilly Circus from the bus station outside Victoria Station 2 mins away. Everything is very central.

    Exit Hotel – The newly branded Hilton Gdn Inn (Ex Jury’s Inn) Heathrow. About $100.00
    I stay here when I take an early flight from LHR, saves the schlep across London to Heathrow.
    Its located at Hatton Cross. One tube stop from the Terminals, and I’ve been using it as Jury’s Inn for a while. It works very well.
    Now its a Hilton and it shows. The rooms are pretty much the same, the fast wifi is now free and the service and amenities are noticeably improved.
    Arrrggg my AA flight to JFK tomorrow just got canceled due to the monster storm….I was heading to LAS, I managed to get rebooked on the BA LHR – LAS direct with a 747 full of boozing Brits – but that’s another story.

  2. Your style is really unique in comparison to other folks I’ve read stuff from.
    Many thanks for posting when you have the opportunity, Guess I will just book mark this site.

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