Marriott, Visa tie-up offers free stay
Dubai, July 4, 2012
Marriott International, a leading global hotel group, has teamed up with Visa in the Middle East and Africa to offer three nights stay for the price of two for the duration of the summer.
The offer is available until September 14 and includes 20 per cent off all food and beverage at participating outlets, a statement said.
“At Visa, we know the summer season can be an expensive time of year, and what better way to reward our Visa cardholders than by giving them tangible holiday benefits when they pay with their Visa debit or Visa credit card,” said Karim Beg, Visa’s head of Regional Marketing for Mena.
“Added benefits and discounts are one of the best ways to reward our Visa cardholders, both here and overseas, so we are delighted to partner with Marriott hotels across the regional to enhance everyone’s holiday experience and offer great savings through the summer.”
Marriott International’s stable of discerning brands including JW Marriott Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Courtyard by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott and Marriott Executive Apartments will all take part in the exclusive offer.
Jeff Strachan, vice president Sales and Marketing, Marriott International Mena, said: "Marriott customers have an eye for luxury but they also appreciate great value. We have 27 properties in the region, and our business could never succeed without the thousands of loyal customers we regularly welcome back to our hotels across the Middle East and Africa.”
“It stands to reason that we should look for every opportunity to allow our guests continued enjoyment of our world class locations, food, beverages and service for a little less. We are delighted to be working with Visa to do just that,” Strachan added. – TradeArabia News Service
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