Marriott offering 50,000 bonus points per Homes & Villas Stay

Marriott Homes & Villas is Marriott’s home-sharing platform, where they enlist, as the name indicates, homes and villas. Homes & Villas properties are run by individual owners or management companies and not by Marriott. The list is curated though, unlike Airbnb, where everyone can join.

The home rental program allows Marriott Bonvoy members to experience unique accommodations as an alternative to the traditional portfolio of Marriott hotels. You still have the opportunity to earn and redeem Bonvoy points and earn elite qualifying nights towards your Marriott Bonvoy status.

Marriott Homes & Villas is offering 50,000 bonus points per stay

The platform is now five years old, and hence, Marriott Homes & Villas is up for a celebration. A new promotion launched is offering 50,000 bonus points for a two-night (or more) stay at a Marriott Homes & Villas property. The promotion terms require you to bill a minimum of USD 2,500 for the stay (excluding taxes, booking fees, cleaning fees, security deposits, and extra add-on services). You need to book by May 24, 2024, for travel between now and December 31, 2024. Registration is required.

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The promotion generates up to 20 bonus points per US Dollar, which is on top of the usual earnings and elite bonuses. You can earn even more points by paying for it with a Marriott Bonvoy co-brand credit card, such as the Marriott Bonvoy HDFC Bank Diners Club Credit Card.

So, if you have any group stays planned between May 20 and December 31, 2024, you can pad your Bonvoy balance by opting for a stay (or multiple stays) in Marriott’s home rental offering.

Award stays are not eligible for this promotion, nor are stays booked at any Marriott-branded hotels, Marriott Executive Apartments, or Marriott Participating Brand Residences that may be available on the Homes & Villas platform.

There is no limit to how many times you can earn 50,000 points with this promotion, and the bonus points will be credited 3-6 weeks following the successful completion of an eligible stay. While this is the biggest bonus offered through Homes & Villas, it’s also worth mentioning that the minimum spending requirement is higher than usual.


Marriott’s vacation home rental brand, Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy, has released a new promotion through which Marriott Bonvoy Elite members can earn 50,000 bonus points for each eligible stay of two consecutive nights or more. You need to register for the promotion and book before May 24, 2024. Stays can be made by December 31, 2024.

What do you think of this promotion by Marriott Homes & Villas?

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