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Special discounts up to 30% off at nearly 200 Marriott International Hotels

In a first of its kind coordinated regional promotion, Marriott International has launched a unified offer at nearly 200 participating Marriott International hotels in 30 countries with a choice of 17 brands across destinations in the Middle East and Africa. City or beach, history or culture, nature or adventure, wild life or relaxation, guests can choose the experience and now enjoy up to 30% off on their hotel stay and make this season a memorable one.

Just months after its announcement that members could link their accounts and transfer points between programs, Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG®), Marriott International is giving its loyal members more reasons to travel more. All three programs will run the same promotion, giving members more value and more reasons to explore the magic of the Middle East and Africa.

“We are excited to launch such a compelling and cohesive offer under the umbrella of our powerful and award winning loyalty programs and we hope this will not only give a much needed impetus to regional travel but will also attract the global traveler into our continent,” said Neal Jones, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International.

Guests can book between 1st May and 31st August 2017 for stays between 21st May – 9th September 2017 and enjoy 20% off on the best available rate and a 30% off on food and soft beverages at participating restaurants and lounges. What is more, Loyalty Program members enjoy 30% off on the best available rate and a voucher for a 30% off on their next stay, valid for stay between 10th September - 31st December 2017.

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