MARRIOTT Hotels in Jordan are offering redeemable vouchers over this summer – guests booking the Stay for Breakfast rate at any of the group’s properties in the country, paying with Visa cards receive a $100 Bonus Bucks coupon per stay.
These can be credited against a future two-night paid stay at Marriott Hotels & Resorts or Renaissance Hotels & Resorts worldwide. Rates start at JO59 ($83). The offer is valid until September 3.
Bonus Bucks is a Marriott ‘currency’ that is applied towards a guest room folio at check out. The guest room folio may consist of room and tax and any additional dining, spa services and/or gift shop purchases which are charged to the guest room during a paid stay. Bonus Bucks coupons cannot be tendered in any concessions within the hotel.
Marriott International manages three properties in Jordan, the Amman Marriott Hotel with its 269 rooms in the beautiful Shmeisani area, the 99-room Petra Marriott Hotel, overlooking the dramatic Petra Valley, and the 191-room Jordan Valley Marriott Resort & Spa, tucked away between the mountains and the Dead Sea.
Spending glorious summer nights at the Amman Marriott Hotel will be even more spectacular this summer. The Villa Meditterano at the Amman Marriott Hotel will be introducing Seafood Nights once again due to the enormous success and demand every Monday Night. The Aussie Carvery & BBQ Night will be every Tuesday night around the pool starting from June 5, until Ramadan. There will also be live entertainment on both nights.
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