One of the weak areas for Accor for the longest time has been the inability to earn points when dining at a hotel and not staying there, as compared to, for instance, Marriott or Hyatt, which grant you the points in the loyalty programme regardless, if you are a staying guest or not. Now, this has changed.
Accor has now launched the ability to earn points while at the bar or at a restaurant at all Accor hotels in India, the Middle East, Africa, and Turkey, participating in the Accor Live Limitless programme.
To earn points, all you have to do is dine/get your drinks and request points to be credited to your account. You can earn one reward point per Euro spent (1 Euro = INR 87 as I write this). Points will be credited to your account within seven days of settling your bill, and you should retain your bill till you have not received these points.
Why is this important? Accor has some great restaurants in India, which I love, such as Jyran at Sofitel BKC and Zarin at Fairmont Jaipur.
A look at the participating restaurants shows that even ibis hotels will participate, which means even more hotels to earn points at. This is separate from the dining membership of Accor called ACCOR Plus, and valid for all ALL members.
The Accor hotel chain has launched the ability to dine and earn points at Accor Hotels across the country and the region. Points will be accrued at the rate of 1 ALL point per 1 EUR spent to your ALL membership account.
What do you think of this new addition to your ALL membership?
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