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Six Continents Hotels Launches Club

Secretaries and personal assistants are to be rewarded for simply booking accommodation or meetings in a new programme developed…

Secretaries and personal assistants are to be rewarded for simply booking accommodation or meetings in a new programme developed by Six Continents<.> Hotels. Formerly Club SP, the new look offers its members points for every booking made in Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific which are then redeemable for a host of great rewards. also offers a centralised reservation process, making it easier and faster to book corporate travel than ever before.

Secretaries and personal assistants can now collect rewards such as premium Australian wines, lunches, dinners and overnight accommodation with such treats as champagne, fruit basket and breakfast included – all by simply booking corporate travel through Six Continents Hotels.

By centralising the booking process and developing, we aim to make Six Continents Hotels accessible and convenient for corporate travel arrangers and show that we appreciate their business, said Phil Lee, Chief Operating Officer for Six Continents Hotels Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

We want to reward our loyal customers who continue to book with Six Continents Hotels for their companies travel requirements and is one way for us to do so, said Mr Lee.

As part of the programme, a new website has been created ( where members are able to access and monitor their points and view reward options at any time. The website also has information on hotels, bookings and a range of special offers. In addition to the website, a dedicated phone number has been set up for members to book reservations.

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