Ascott Star Rewards offers members 25% bonus points

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Ascott Star Rewards (ASR) is celebrating its 4th birthday with an offer of up to 2.5x points. In order to take advantage of the offer, you will need to stay between 15 April and 31 May 2023.

For most brands covered by ASR, there is a 25% bonus. However, if you stay at participating Oakwood and The Unlimited Collection properties, you will receive an additional 2x points offer.

Platinum members are in line for an additional bonus. Any platinum member staying during the promotion period will receive a one-year subscription to the Wall St Journal. The subscription will include unlimited access to WSJ.com, podcasts, and its newsletter, What’s News.

Promotion Details

  • Offer: 25% bonus points. Earn an additional 2x at Oakwood and The Unlimited Collection
  • Promotion Dates: Book and stay at any of Ascott’s ASR participating properties from 15 April to 31 May 2023.
  • Further Details: You can find further information on the website.

Ascott Star Rewards

The Ascott Star Rewards program is the loyalty program of The Ascott. Wholly owned by CapitaLand Investment,  they operate hotels across 30 countries.

Even so, it may not be a name familiar to many in Australia. Having said that, you may be familiar with some of the brands. In Australia, you may be familiar with names such as Citadines and Somerset.

In Australia, their properties include Somerset on the Pier (Hobart), Somerset on Elizabeth (Melbourne), Citadines on Bourke (Melbourne), Citadines St Georges Terrace (Perth), and Citadines Connect Sydney Airport.

While they operate across 30 countries, in the local region you will find hotels in Australia, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

 

 

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.