M&C Adds MENA Region to Loyalty Club

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, one of the worlds largest hotel companies with more than 120 owned and managed hotels across 20 countries, has added the Middle East and North Africa region to its global loyalty programme, Millennium & Copthorne Loyalty Club.

The Middle East and North Africa is among the final markets to join the scheme, which means new members will be able to reap the rewards of the established programme in all international destinations, bar New Zealand, straight away.

Guests can now sign up and start earning points for every qualifying stay at a Millennium & Copthorne hotel around the world. These points can then be redeemed against complimentary stays and exclusive offers. Members also gain a number of special benefits, including fast-track registration, early check-in, late check-out, broadband benefits, room upgrades, birthday rates and dining discounts.

Ali Lakhraim, President and Chief Executive Officer of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels and Resorts, said, We always look to enhance the guest experience at each of our hotels, and offer great value, irrespective of hotel class. With the fantastic summer campaign deals at properties across the region, and by offering our frequent guests the option of signing up to our global Loyalty Club, we will offer even better value whilst rewarding returning guests. Our guests are the centre of our world, and with Loyalty Club and the special benefits it offers members, we will show them our appreciation.

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