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Marriott is offering 20 percent off at over 1500 of their hotels and resorts for only four days – with their Marriott Bonvoy Getaways offer valid until Sunday (June 12).
Starting yesterday (June 8), Marriott Bonvoy members were able to save 20% off standard rate room reservations for any future stays at any of the more than 1,500 participating Marriott hotels over the next four weekends. . (Thursday to Sunday) – as well as at all company resorts every weekday through July 10.
Which Marriott hotels and resorts are included in the offer?
The “20% off” offer is valid at over 1,500 participating Marriott properties across:
- United States
- the Caribbean
- Latin America
- Middle East
- Asia Pacific – excluding Greater China
In Mexico alone – which is the favorite vacation destination of millions of American travelers – there are more than 70 Marriott properties to choose from.
You can find out which hotels and resorts are participating in the offer by clicking on here.
When do I need to book in advance to get the 20% discount?
You will need to book your Marriott Bonvoy Getaways reservation before the end of this Sunday (June 12).
But, it is highly recommended to book as early as possible due to limited availability – and the fact that this offer is no doubt going to prove extremely popular with those looking for a last minute bargain.
Will I get 20% off all future Marriott bookings?
No, the 20% discount is only available on standard room rates at Marriott hotels booked for weekends through July 10, as well as standard room rate bookings at participating Marriott resorts. any day of the week until July 10.
Do you need to be a Marriott member to get the 20% discount?
To save 20% on your Marriott Bonvoy Getaways reservation – in one of the more than 1500 Marriott hotels included in the offer – you will need to be a Marriott Bonvoy member.
However, if you are not a member and do not want to register to become one, you can still get a 15% discount on your Marriott Bonvoy Getaways reservation.
How do I become a Marriott Bonvoy member?
To become a Marriott Bonvoy member, simply complete an online form by clicking on here – which literally takes a minute or two to complete.
You can even sign up using your Facebook credentials.
Do I have to pay to become a Marriott Bonvoy member?
No, it is totally FREE to become a Marriott Bonvoy member.
What benefits can I get as a Marriott Bonvoy member?
Marriott offers a number of advantages to those who register to become a Marriott Bonvoy member, which includes the following once you have registered:
- exclusive member rates for hotel and resort bookings
- FREE in-room Wi-Fi
- priority late check-out
And, the more nights you book at any Marriott hotel and resort, the more points you earn as a member – with the option to save points and use them to redeem free nights, or redeem them to book cruises, flights, car rentals and more.
You can find more information on what you can spend with your Marriott Bonvoy Membership Points by clicking here.
Plus, the longer you stay at a Marriott-owned property, the more points you’ll earn, allowing you to enjoy more membership benefits.
The Marriott Bonvoy Membership Program currently has five levels of membership, namely:
- Member – this is your membership status when registering to become a Marriott Bonvoy member
- Silver Elite – after completing 10 nights at any Marriott hotel or resort
- Gold Elite – after completing 25 nights at any Marriott hotel or resort
- Platinum Elite – after completing 50 nights at any Marriott hotel or resort
- Titanium Elite – after completing 75 nights at any Marriott hotel or resort
- Elite Ambassador – after completing 100 nights at any Marriott hotel or resort.
Download the Marriott Bonvoy mobile app
Marriott Bonvoy members can download the Marriott Bonvoy mobile app – which not only allows you to book your next stay at any of Marriott’s hotels and resorts on your mobile device, but also offers a range of useful tools and features, including:
- early check-in – you can check in for your stay up to two days before your arrival, and you’ll even receive a notification once your room is ready to move in
- the opportunity to upload your hotel room key to your phone – which you can then use to open your hotel room door, as well as to access other areas of your hotel or resort
- keep an eye on your account – including your account points balance and much more
- mobile chat – that allows you to easily connect with a member of staff at your Marriott hotel or resort
- search and book your stay at any Marriott hotel and resort – you can browse – and book a stay at – any of Marriott’s more than 7,000 properties worldwide
- any room request – this feature allows you to request a range of amenities which can be delivered directly to your room during your stay
- browse and order food and drink – you can use the app to browse the food and beverages available at your hotel or resort, as well as place your order with one click.
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