Hotel group Rydges has revamped its PriorityGUEST rewards program, with the addition of upmarket Art Series and QT Hotels to the list of properties where you can earn points.
Melbourne boutique Art Series hotels The Olsen, The Blackman and The Cullen are particularly useful additions to the points-earning list.
There's a slight name-change for the program too, from Rydges PriorityGUEST to PriorityGUEST Rewards.
As it turns out, the PriorityGUEST benefits are reasonably competitive, especially for a base-level program tier:
- Online bookings will receive 10% off the best available rate
- 20% saving on meals and drinks across all hotels
- 50% off high speed internet in your room
- A welcome drink, on us, every time you stay
- Late checkout
A new "company and bookers" part of the PriorityGuest program sounds like a decent perk for the corporate market, "rewarding bookers with personal points each time they reserve rooms for their company."
"Companies will be able to enjoy money saving opportunities every time they book with increased discounts based on the number of rooms they book," the hotel group promises.
For details and more information, visit the PriorityGUEST website.
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