Photography by Accor Hotels
09 June 2022
To reignite the love of travel and the joy of great hotel and resort stays in 2022, Accor is offering travellers the perfect opportunity to book their favourite stays with exclusive member rates at participating hotels around Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea and the Maldives.
Members of ALL– Accor’s lifestyle loyalty program – will enjoy exclusive members’ perks and discounts throughout the year when booking directly via Accor’s official website, Accor ALL apps, call centre, or with hotels and resorts.
Access to exclusive benefits includes the option to redeem money-can’t-buy VIP experiences at coveted sports and music concerts, such as two Gold category tickets to attend the Roland Garros tennis tournament, or two VIP Box tickets to enjoy a Justin Bieber concert with 10,000 reward points.
Members are one step closer to flying for free with every stay by redeeming 2,000 KrisFlyer Miles with 4,000 reward points, or redeeming a night’s complimentary stay in any ibis hotel in Bangkok with every 1,000 reward points.
Accor operates close to 370 hotels in 12 countries across Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea and the Maldives under the Raffles, Fairmont, SO/, Sofitel Legend, Sofitel, MGallery, Pullman, Swissôtel, Mövenpick, Grand Mercure, Peppers, Novotel, Mercure, ibis, ibis Styles and ibis Budget brands.
For inspiration, members can indulge in a stay at the legendary Raffles Singapore and immerse in the charm of this heritage hotel. Iconic culinary experiences at La Dame de Pic, OSTERIA BBR by Alain Ducasse and the Long Bar will delight the discerning gourmet.
This majestic Accor hotel is the home of the legendary Raffles Butlers, who offer magical, unobtrusive service round the clock.
While in Japan, stay at the Pullman Tokyo Tamachi, located in one of the city’s most up-and-coming business districts. Featuring a contemporary design, the hotel welcomes guests with offers the space they need to relax, work and play.
Those seeking a playful atmosphere with a vibrant events calendar need look no further than SO/ Hua Hin in Thailand with its imaginative suites, unparalleled restaurants and a wide array of beach activities.
In Vietnam, a beautiful mountainous destination in the North of Vietnam is Yen Tu – Quang Ninh where visitors can discover Legacy Yen Tu – MGallery, known for its uniquely vibrant setting and tranquil energy with the surrounding area offering picturesque landscapes and ancient pagodas.
Visitors to Cambodia often come in search of the Angkor temple complex in Siem Reap – the world-heritage site was constructed in the early 12th century and is the largest religious structure in the world.
Perfectly situated in convenient proximity to the temples of Angkor and vibrant town centre is Raffles Hotel d’Angkor Siem Reap. First opened in 1932, the hotel has been welcoming discerning travellers to the historic heart of Cambodia for over eighty years. In Laos, a colourful patchwork of villages, temples and cultures can be found in Luang Prabang.
The luxurious Sofitel Luang Prabang was originally built as a French Governor’s residence in the 1900s and is an UNESCO protected hotel with just 25 suites, each with an outdoor bathtub or pool in the private garden. The Philippines offers a multitude of experiences from beaches to bustling cities.
Situated nearby to Ayala Triangle Gardens and Ayala Museum, Raffles Makati is perfect for those seeking a luxurious cultural getaway, offering a treasure trove of contemporary masterpieces with 1,600 original pieces of artwork by Filipino artists.
The world is your oyster with ALL, the free lifestyle loyalty program of Accor that goes beyond hotels, offering Accor members special savings, reward points and privileges such as suite night upgrades, complimentary breakfast and exclusive experiences, depending on their level of status.
Points can be earned on accommodation as well as at thousands of restaurants and bars throughout the Accor network, which can be used to redeem hotel stays and other selected experiences. Membership is free of charge.