Visa unveils special offer for Bahrain customers
Manama, September 8, 2010
Visa has announced the launch of the 'Visa Luxury Hotel Collection,' giving its Platinum and Infinite cardholders in Bahrain a way to book and enjoy unique benefits at a selected group of renowned hotel properties across the globe.
Visa Platinum and Visa Infinite cardholders now have around-the-clock access to research and book accommodations at luxury properties around the world - from celebrated hotels and resorts to new boutique gems - gathered together by invitation and appraised annually to ensure consistency with Visa Luxury Hotel Collection standards, said a company statement.
The Visa Luxury Hotel Collection includes prestigious properties around the world such as the Burj al Arab in Dubai and Amanpuri in Thailand, and The Pierre in New York.
The Visa Luxury Hotel Collection offers cardholders access to a host of perks, which may include the best available rate, a room upgrade, VIP guest status, complimentary valet parking or internet access, a food and beverage voucher, complimentary continental breakfast, and late checkout privileges.
James Lim, head of Consumer Credit and Affluent Products, International, Visa, said: 'Travel benefits consistently rank at the top of our Visa premium cardholders’ lists of preferred perks. The Luxury Hotel Collection enhances Visa’s ability to meet the lifestyles of today’s affluent cardholder with access to the travel perks they value most.'
'Whether planning a weekend getaway or a family vacation, Visa Platinum and Visa Infinite cardholders can have confidence their accommodations will meet their expectations,' he noted.
The Luxury Hotel Collection is Visa’s first global premium travel benefit and is powered by Kiwi Collection, one of the most-selective collections of luxury properties.-TradeArabia News Service
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