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Wed, 26 June 2019

Two of Macau's Most Iconic Hotels Become InterContinental Alliance Resorts

Two of Macau's most iconic hotels have become InterContinental Alliance Resorts.

The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao became InterContinental Alliance Resorts on Tuesday, while The Londoner Hotel in Macao will join the alliance when it opens in 2020 following the renovation of the current Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central.

IHG and The Venetian Resort Las Vegas have also extended their alliance partnership to 2027.

The Venetian Macao. Click to enlarge.

Alliance resorts enable guests to stay at hotels outside of the IHG portfolio while enjoying all the rewards of being an InterContinental guest. The Venetian Resort was the first-ever InterContinental Alliance Resort when the partnership launched in 2010.

Guests across these five luxury properties – which include approximately 13,000 hotel rooms and suites – will be able to earn IHG Rewards Club points and redeem them for stays at more than 5,600 IHG hotels worldwide. IHG Rewards Club Members will also be able to redeem Reward Nights at all five InterContinental Alliance Resorts.

Jolyon Bulley, Chief Executive Officer, Greater China, IHG, said, “Building on the success of our partnership at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, we’re privileged to be extending the InterContinental Alliance to The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao and The Londoner Hotel. We are now able to offer our IHG Rewards Club members from around the world more than 5,000 luxury hotel rooms and suites in Macao, an exciting global destination.”

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