THE Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is offering Skywards members the opportunity to check in to one of their properties throughout the Middle East and Turkey.
Through to September 30, this programme will allow members to redeem their miles for a complimentary stay as a hotel and resort guest at Ritz-Carlton hotels in Bahrain, Doha, Dubai, Istanbul and Sharm El Sheikh.
Renowned and admired for its unparalleled service and hospitable traditions, The Ritz-Carlton offers unsurpassed luxury in enviable settings. As an exclusive promotion for Skywards members, The Ritz-Carlton is offering the opportunity to redeem Skywards Miles for a stay at any of its five properties in the Middle East and Turkey. Members can choose from an immaculate resort paradise in Bahrain, stylish surroundings in Doha, an elegant beach hotel in Dubai, as well as a diver’s paradise in Sharm El Sheikh and stunning views on the banks of the Bosphorous in Istanbul.
“We wanted to show the Skywards members how much we value them and what better way than to give them the very finest accommodation experience, a one of our hotels?” said Peter Mainguy, regional director of marketing, Middle East of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. “Whether they are in a city to conduct business with clients, or a couple celebrating a special occasion, spending the night in one of our hotels is the ultimate definition of ‘putting on the Ritz’.”
To participate in this redemption, Skywards members require 38,000 miles for a complimentary night at The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai or Istanbul, and 38,000 miles for two nights at The Ritz-Carlton, Sharm El Sheikh, where additional nights can be availed at 20,000 miles per night.
Further details are available at the Skywards website.
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