To celebrate its launch of My Millennium Guest Reward Programme, the hospitality group is giving one lucky winner enough points to redeem up to 55 free nights.
What would you do with one million points from Millennium Hotels & Resorts’ newly launched My Millennium Guest Reward Programme? You could easily dream up your next holiday by redeeming up to 55 free nights at more than 100 participating hotels spanning Asia, United States, the Middle East, and more. In addition, the points can be used for room upgrades and other lifestyle rewards.
Open to new and existing My Millennium members staying at participating hotels across the world, the lucky draw takes place from now until September 30, 2019, with results being announced on November 2019. To join, book a qualified stay via the website and be eligible for an entry into the lucky draw. In essence, the more you stay, the higher your chances of winning.
Featuring a single tier membership, the new My Millennium Guest Reward Programme offers new privileges and rewards including room upgrades and hotel nights, as well as shopping experiences with brands like Spotify, Uber, Apple, as well as retailers M&S and Macy’s.
Members can look forward to exclusive room rates, celebration treats on their birthdays, access to digital vouchers, discounted amenities, as well as redeemable experiences including Chelsea Football Club games and special access to Hudson Theatre in Broadway.
They’ll also be able to earn points faster, with double the points every 10 nights—the equivalent of a free night for every 10 paid.
Franck Kermarrec, CMO of Millennium Hotels & Resorts said: “The new My Millennium Guest Reward Programme aims to satisfy our members’ evolving travel needs and enhance their journey by introducing a simplified, single tier loyalty programme with more lifestyle rewards, in line with our aim to provide guests with new experiences at every opportunity. As part of this loyalty programme, we have designed the rewards to personalize and maximize members’ travel experiences allowing them to choose benefits that are important to them.”
More information here.