Paid membership hotel clubs - a list please??

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mumof2sydney

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Hi, Been member of lots of paid hotel clubs now and in past. Difficult to track down lists of these clubs if looking for a particular chain- hoping you can help! Ones I know

IHG
: Ambassador Club, Priority Privelege
Accor : Advantage Plus
SPG : Star Privelege
Hilton : Hilton Premium Club
Marriott : Club Marriott

Looking for other ones - esp SPG in asia ( star privelege is aust/fiji only basically) - wanting to stay at sheraton in langkawi

Can anyone assist??


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Hi, Been member of lots of paid hotel clubs now and in past. Difficult to track down lists of these clubs if looking for a particular chain- hoping you can help! Ones I know

IHG
: Ambassador Club, Priority Privelege
Accor : Advantage Plus
SPG : Star Privelege
Hilton : Hilton Premium Club
Marriott : Club Marriott

Looking for other ones - esp SPG in asia ( star privelege is aust/fiji only basically) - wanting to stay at sheraton in langkawi

Can anyone assist??


Thanks

Star Privilege is worldwide AFAIK ie http://www.eat2eat.com/starwoodpriv...&pro=0&br=0&ho=29&res=0&ci=0&ms=1&type=0&st=1

Any reason why the Sheraton over the Westin?
 
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Star Privilege is worldwide AFAIK ie Starwood Privilege | Dining | Restaurant | Captain's Grill - Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort

Any reason why the Sheraton over the Westin?

Hi Markis10- any other links? cannot find a home page for starwood privilege other than for pacific - Member Benefits - Dining & Accomodation Hotel Deals | Star Privilege Pacific. It seems rest of world ceased in 2010??

Westin is better! (more pricey- hence the search for a membership club!)
 

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The program went regional, it could well be gone in Asia. If you can go the Westin, there are a lot of cheap meal options just down the road in Kuah, same could not be said for Sheraton which I found old.
 

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Starwood Asia programs (the site under the hood you can see is just like the Starwood Privilege Australia/Pacific Islands site):

EatDrinkandMore

Choose the country of interest.

You may want to update the IHG one to now be (and soon to be the only one) IHG Rewards Dining.

Never heard of the Hilton one till I saw this thread thanks. Site has many dead links; same software/platform as Club Marriott.
 

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Starwood Asia programs (the site under the hood you can see is just like the Starwood Privilege Australia/Pacific Islands site):

EatDrinkandMore

Choose the country of interest.

You may want to update the IHG one to now be (and soon to be the only one) IHG Rewards Dining.

Never heard of the Hilton one till I saw this thread thanks. Site has many dead links; same software/platform as Club Marriott.

Thanks thatmattressman! - hilton is Welcome to Hilton Premium Club! - Premium Club

Also- any idea how much membership to the thailand eatdrinkmore is?? not on website...

Any chance there is one for malaysia?? spg thailand does open options though- also- do we know a code to see what the hotel rate difference is if i join?
 
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Regrettably, I no nothing more than that link. Good luck!

Thanks thatmattressman! - hilton is Welcome to Hilton Premium Club! - Premium Club

Also- any idea how much membership to the thailand eatdrinkmore is?? not on website...

Any chance there is one for malaysia?? spg thailand does open options though- also- do we know a code to see what the hotel rate difference is if i join?
 

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hi- saw that- unfortunately the info provided for the Hyatt Club is woefully inaccurate- read comments there which I agree with...aussies do it better...
 

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Here's another one I came across while searching for the same info:

The ibis Business Card. (sorry my post count isn't high enough to post a link)

While only gives 10% off of Ibis hotels, It also comes with Automatic Gold Status at Accor Hotels for $150 (£90, £65 for British residents) meaning easy Upgrades vs free night, sales & other discounts
 
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