Hotel group remains committed to enhancing loyalty programme perks with exciting limited time offer.
BANGKOK, THAILAND – Centara Hotels & Resorts, in collaboration with Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines, three of the world’s leading international airlines, is proud to announce a limited time Double Rewards offer exclusively for CentaraThe1 loyalty programme members.
Until 31 July 2023, members will receive 600 airline miles or Avios for every 5,000 CentaraThe1 points they convert, which is double the usual 300 miles or Avios offered through these strategic airline partnerships. This enhancement to Centara’s loyalty programme provides an more opportunities for members to maximise their points and indulge in extraordinary travel experiences faster.
Centara Hotels & Resorts continues to pioneer new ways to offer personalised travel to its guests, while staying committed to delivering the utmost value, service and warm Thai hospitality at each of its properties around the world. With the CentaraThe1 loyalty programme, every stay, dining experience, and spa treatment at the group’s world-class hotels and resorts earns members valuable points. These points can now be effortlessly converted into airline miles for flights with these three esteemed airline partners: Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines.
Signing up for the CentaraThe1 loyalty programme is free and opens doors to an array of travel rewards and possibilities. Not only can members take advantage of this exciting Double Miles offer, they will also have access to exclusive privileges, including 15% off room rates, complimentary room upgrades, and more.
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