IHG Rewards PointBreaks (29 October – 31 January)


IHG Rewards has just released its latest PointBreaks list, and for a change there is a reasonable selection for those of us in Australia. In fact, there are seven Australian hotels in total, with 3 available for 10,000 points a night, and 4 available for 15,000 points a night.

Further afield, there are three hotels in New Zealand, together with a range of hotels in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.


IHG releases a new set of PointBreaks hotels each quarter. Going on sale today, the latest range includes options at the Intercontinental, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn brands. As usual, there are options available at 5,000 or 10,000 or 15,000 IHG Rewards Points per night.

PointBreaks 29 October – 31 January

There are only a limited number of rooms made available at the PointBreak rates. As a result, the rooms can book out quickly once the promotion goes live. So, if a room appeals, do make sure to check back early in the promotion period.

Being a highly discounted (and Reward) rate there are some limitations that go with it. For a start, the rule limit each member to just two reservations during the promotion period.

Furthermore, you can’t modify the booking dates or hotels later. Your only option is to cancel the booking, which should give a full refund.

PointBreaks Hotels


10,000 Points Hotels

Holiday Inn Parramatta
Holiday Inn Sydney St Marys
Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley

15,000 Points Hotels

Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach-Sydney
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley
Holiday Inn Sydney Airport
Holiday Inn Potts Point-Sydney

New Zealand

10,000 Points Hotels

Holiday Inn Auckland Airport
Holiday Inn Rotorua

15,000 Points Hotels

Crowne Plaza Auckland

There are a number of other options on the list across a range of countries.

In summary, it is always worth perusing the PointBreaks list, just in case there is something useful available at a good price.


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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.