Guests save 20 per cent with Worldhotels’ Early Bird Rate

Travellers booking in advance can enjoy a discount of 20 per cent off standard daily rates at nearly 500 hotels worldwide with Worldhotels’ special offer “Double Miles for Early Birds”.

Worldhotels, a leading group for independent hotels, is offering this exceptional deal for minimum stays of two nights from 1 July to 31 August 2012, for bookings made at least 20 days prior to arrival via worldhotels.com/double-miles-deals. As part of the same offer, members of 24 different frequent flyer programmes can earn 1,000 miles (or equivalent) per stay.

Guests can choose from Worldhotels’ exclusive collection of unique, individual hotels, covering 250 destinations in 65 countries around the world. Great rates are available in Asia, where ‘early birds’ can experience Tokyo’s prestigious Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo from just 261 USD plus tax or 163 USD at the Dai-ichi Hotel Annex. In China, the brand new Worldhotel Grand Juna Wuxi is available from just 73 USD per night.

Examples in Europe include Amsterdam’s award-winning five-star property the Grand Hotel Amrâth, where a deluxe room will be available at just 219 EUR plus city tax per night, and Berlin’s trendiest city hotel the Lux 11 Berlin-Mitte, where a standard room will be priced from 87 EUR per night including taxes.

In North America, Los Angeles’ deluxe Sunset Marquis Hotel is available from 290 USD per night.

Among Worldhotels’ 24 frequent flyer programmes are Air France, Miles & More, SAS, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines. A complete list of partners can be found at worldhotels.com/our-airline-partners.

‘Early Birds’ bookings are prepaid and cannot be refunded or changed. Bookings can be made at worldhotels.com/double-miles-deals.

Source = WORLDHOTELS
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