Double Points Promotion

Double Points Promotion

Best Western Hotels & Resorts is celebrating the restart of international travel by giving globetrotters and loyal guests even more opportunities to stay in style this winter, with a Double Points promotion for members of Best Western Rewards.


Available for stays between 6th December 2021 and 6th February 2022, this rewarding new offer guarantees double Best Western Rewards points on every stay, with no limit. Based on the standard 10 points for every dollar spent, every member will now earn 20 points per dollar spent on their hotel room, minus any taxes and fees. This comes on top of the recent extension of member’s elite status and benefits, ensuring that guests can enjoy exclusive benefits all around the world.


Double Points Promotion
You can now earn double-bubble at all participating Best Western hotels around the world.


In addition to earning double points, Best Western Rewards is offering up to 50% off the number of points required for a free night. During the 6th December to 6th February, 2022 promotional period, members can redeem points for a free night at a deeply discounted rate of 10,000, 20,000 or 40,000 points depending on the hotel and the night. This is just another way Best Western Rewards is showing gratitude to its most loyal guests.


All Best Western Rewards members, whether long-standing or newly-enrolled, can take advantage of the Double Points promotion for their next stay in Asia – and many other regions around the world, including the USA, Canada, Caribbean and Scandinavia. This offer is also valid for qualifying stays at all SureStay Hotel Group properties and participating hotels and resorts under the WorldHotels Collection, so every guest can find the ideal hotel or resort to suit their unique travel needs.


Simply register here, or here or at your chosen hotel prior to the completion of your first eligible stay.


Source: Best Western Hotels & Resorts.

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