Accor, a hospitality group with over 400 hotels and resorts across India, the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, has launched a series of giveaways offering the opportunity to become an ALL- Accor Live Limitless Millionaire in 2021.
As a member of ALL, guests can earn reward points on every stay, when they grab a drink or enjoy a spot of fine dining, and use points to book nights at participating hotels, transfer points to use with our partners worldwide or spoil themselves by converting them into unforgettable moments with Limitless Experiences in entertainment, sports, culture, shopping, travel and more.
It is summer time and Accor is making sure members of ALL – Accor Live Limitless, celebrate in the best way possible! This summer exclusively, members get to enjoy a 30% discount on their bookings with free breakfast included, across participating hotels in India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey. The Millionaire campaign will run until September 15, giving everyone the chance to win 1 Million Reward Points redeemable in dining experiences, stays, Spa and more all over the world.
Members will discover the beauty of Turkey and its authentic culture at Swissotel the Bosphorus Istanbul or stay at MGallery Hotel Bodrum Yalikavak for a vacation by the sea. They can explore the incredible and diverse landscapes of Africa, through unique destinations including Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, while staying at Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech, or in the Mediterranean coast at Movenpick Hotel & Casino Malabta in Tangier! Guests can discover the architecture and pyramids of Egypt while staying at Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor or book your island vacation at Raffles Seychelles to enjoy the magical island of Praslin!
All you have to do for a chance to win is follow @ALL_MEA to stay up to date, book your next getaway on all.accor.com through the Summer Offer, which gives you up to 30% OFF until September 15, 2021, and keep your fingers crossed!
Accor currently operates 402 properties (89,116 rooms) in India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey with 222 more (50,690 rooms) in the development pipeline.