Holidaymakers from the Middle East can stretch their summer breaks at no extra cost by staying at a choice of 50 selected Sofitel, Novotel, and Mercure hotels and resorts across the world.
Depending on their length of stay, business and leisure travellers can enjoy up to three more days accommodation free - plus breakfast - at prime holiday destinations in Europe, Australia, Asia, North Africa, and the Middle East, a statement said.
All participating hotels and resorts are members of Accor, the leading European and global hotel group. Guests also benefit from a discounted all-inclusive rate for single or double occupancy at hotels ranging from economy to five-star.
Accor’s ‘Exclusive Summer Promotion’ extends a three-night stay to four, five nights to seven, and seven nights to 10, with all the extra nights free. The offer is valid from June 27 to September 14.
Guests who stay at Sofitel hotels can also join the Sofitel Privilege Club which confers extensive benefits to members - from tariff reductions of 15-50 per cent to late check-in and check-out, as well as ‘Compliments Points’ that earn free accommodation under Accor’s loyalty programme, it said.
Featured destinations include Paris, London, Geneva, Zurich, Amsterdam, Brussels, Mauritius, Bangkok, Singapore, and Tunisia, as well as a wide selection of participating hotels in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, and Egypt.
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