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Stamford Hotels and Resorts launches Double Miles Promotion

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Frequent flyers of WORLDHOTELS’ international airline partners can earn double miles at Stamford Hotels and Resorts from April 1 to August 31, 2009 with bookings guaranteed under the BAR (best available rate).

Stamford Hotels and Resorts operates one of Australia's largest collections of luxury hotels and the bonus for 20 of the world’s leading international airlines’ frequent flyer programme members extends to bookings at the brand's hotels in Sydney (CBD, Airport, North Ryde and Double Bay), Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Auckland in New Zealand.

Following a global partnership expansion, 20 of the world’s leading international airlines including Lufthansa Miles & More, United Airlines Mileage Plus, Air China Companion, and the latest - Asia Miles - are now affiliated to WORLDHOTELS' fast-growing portfolio of frequent flyer partnerships.

"The promotion with Australia's leading luxury hotel brand is a "prime example of proactively responding to challenging economic times", said Roland Jegge, Vice President Asia-Pacific of WORLDHOTELS. "It is more or less impossible for independent hotels to offer travellers incentives through frequent flyer programme partnerships, but WORLDHOTELS through its collective size and distribution capabilities is able to address that for them, making them competitive with the global hotel chains."

Stamford Hotels and Resorts began operations in 1996 and is named after the founder of Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles.

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