Best Western Partners Deutsche Bahn

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Best Western has signed a partnership agreement with Germanys national rail operator, Deutsche Bahn.

Members of Deutsche Bahns bahn.bonus customer loyalty program can now earn points while staying at any of Best Westerns 4,000+ hotels and resorts across the world which includes more than 200 properties in Asia.

Under the terms of the agreement, members of the bahn.bonus program will be awarded 250 points for every qualifying stay at a Best Western hotel anywhere around the world. Customers do not need to be members of the Best Western Rewards program to qualify.

To mark the launch of the new partnership, Best Western is offering triple bahn.bonus points for any eligible stay at a Best Western hotel in Germany and Luxembourg. The promotion is valid until 30 April 2014.

We are delighted to welcome Deutsche Bahn as the latest member of Best Westerns popular partner program, said Michaela Koch, Best Western Germanys Loyalty Marketing Manager. As the second largest transport company in the world, Deutsche Bahn is a perfect fit for Best Western - the worlds largest hotel family. We are confident this partnership will lead to considerable mutual benefits for both our companies, and of course our loyal customers.

Members of elite comfort level of the bahn.bonus program will also be offered the chance to join the Best Western Rewards guest loyalty program. They will be entitled to the same privileges as Best Western Rewards Platinum members. bahn.bonus currently has 3.3 million members, including 270,000 comfort level members.

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