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Mon, 4 Sept 2017

Regal Hotels Partners reward-U

Regal Hotels has partnered reward-U, the loyalty programme of HK Express airline.

 Members of reward-U can now earn 2,000 and 1,000 reward-U points respectively for each eligible stay at participating Regal Hotels and iclub Hotels with specified qualifying room rates.

iSelect Premier room at iclub Ma Tau Wai Hotel in Hong Kong. Click to enlarge.

“reward-U caters to the needs of the mass market and the growing millennial segment that is overlooked, helping them maximize moments of enjoyment,” said Steven Greenway, CEO of reward-U. “The new partnership with Regal Hotels Group appeals to the love of travel in our members, providing more exciting rewards to them.”

HK Express flies to 27 of the most popular destinations in Asia and is expected to launch Hong Kong-Nagoya-Guam flights on 29 October 2017.

Participating Regal Hotels and iclub Hotels

Hong Kong: Regal Airport Hotel, Regal Hongkong Hotel, Regal Kowloon Hotel, Regal Oriental Hotel, Regal Riverside Hotel, iclub Fortress Hill Hotel, iclub Ma Tau Wai Hotel (pictured), iclub Sheung Wan Hotel and iclub Wan Chai Hotel.

Shanghai: Regal International East Asia Hotel, Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel, Regal Jinfeng Hotel and Regal Plaza Hotel & Residence.

Dezhou: Regal Kangbo Hotel and Regal Kangbo Hotel & Residence.

Foshan: Regal Financial Center Hotel.

Xi’an: Regal Airport Hotel, Xi’an.

Regal Hotels currently works with 21 other international airline partners, including Air China, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, ANA, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Hong Kong  Airlines, JAL, Jet Airways, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin Atlantic.

See other recent news regarding: Regal, FFP, Hong Kong, HK Express, Loyalty.

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