Starwood loyalty programme offers iftar specials
Dubai, July 18, 2011
Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG), the world renowned and award winning loyalty programme from Starwood Hotels and Resorts, will be celebrating the Holy Month of Ramadan with its members across a number of properties across the Middle East and in Egypt.
During Ramadan, SPG members will receive a 20 per cent discount on iftars at 30 participating Starwood hotels in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Bahrain, Qatar and Jordan. SPG members will also have the chance to win up to 10 prizes including a seven-night stay or weekend stays at one of Starwood’s 200 luxurious resorts, said a statement.
Iftar guests at participating hotels will also have the opportunity to sign up on the spot as an SPG member allowing them to benefit immediately from the discount and enter the raffle draw.
“We are proud to celebrate the heritage of Ramadan with our SPG members by offering an array of celebrations and dining experiences to enjoy,” said Steven Taylor, vice president marketing, Starwood Hotels and Resorts.
“Our SPG members are some of our most valued and loyal customers and we are always looking at ways we can add meaningful benefits and awards to their travel experiences. The Holy Month of Ramadan is an extremely special time and this offer gives them the perfect opportunity to enjoy quality time with families and friends.”
Along with its Ramadan promotion, SPG also recently announced its “SPG Kids Pass,” through which kids 12-and-under can enjoy food and drink on an all-inclusive basis throughout their stay at nearly 150 Starwood resorts. -TradeArabia News Service
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