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Marriott has a new promo for members to earn up to 10,000 points per stay at participating hotels in the Middle East, and Africa. Point bonuses are divided by brand and range from 1,000 to 10,000 per two-night stay between June 19th and September 11th. Click here to book.
- Get 1,000 bonus points per stay at Element, Residence Inn, Marriott Executive Apartments, Protea Hotels (*valid on standard rooms)
- Get 2,000 bonus points per stay at AC Hotels, Aloft Hotels, Courtyard Hotels, Four Points, Moxy Hotels (*valid on standard rooms)
- Get 5,000 bonus points per stay at Autograph Collection Hotels, Delta Hotels, Le MERIDIEN, Marriott Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Sheraton, Tribute Portfolio, Westin
- Get 10,000bonus points per stay at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, The Luxury Collection, EDITION, W Hotels, JW Marriott
Stays must be booked by September 4th using promotional code MR5.
Anthony’s Take: This is a generous offer that includes 204 hotels in the Middle East and Africa. If your travels take you to this region this summer, check this offer out.
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