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Accor is a group that has a wide array of hotels, ranging from Ibis to Raffles and Fairmont. The ones that Miles has had his eye in the past are quite pricey so getting 3 nights for the price of 2 could make the difference between staying and not. This deal will give you 33% off the average rate on a 3 nights stay. Here’s a friendly reminder: Get 3 nights for the price of 2 with Accor Hotels: Fairmont, Raffles, Sofitel, and more.
Even if you don’t stay at the Raffles Singapore, I would highly recommend dropping by Long Bar and having the signature Singapore Sling. Such a fun experience, iconic hotel, and fun piece of history
I went to Singapore a few years ago and the Raffles Singapore was high on my list.
If you are a member of Accor Plus, Le Club, receive their newsletter, or a partner you can start booking now. The deal goes live to the public starting on March 7th. So if you want to do it now…create an account.
Fairmont has some of the coolest hotels across Canada. I had high tea at one of them in Edmonton.
I know what you’re thinking…I want to stack this with Citi Prestige and do a buy 2 get 2…You can’t.
The system is set up for 3 night reservations. If you’re looking to book stays longer than this you’ll need to do them in multiples of 3.
You will receive a discount equal to one night based on the average of the 3 nights booked.
As I mentioned above…a 33% discount on the average of 3 nights.
What are some of the brands within Accor?
While I was in Hanoi I would have liked to stay at the Sofitel Legend…looked beautiful.
Make sure you check out the terms and conditions as the offer varies a bit…
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