Le Club AccorHotels 4x points at Novotel Sydney International Airport


Le Club AccorHotels have regular promotions offering quadruple points for new hotels in the AccorHotels network. This time around the hotels includes the Novotel Sydney International Airport. The Novotel Sydney International Airport was formerly the Mercure.

In addition to this Australian hotels, there are a range of hotels worldwide in the offer.

Offer Details

  • Promotion: Book a stay in our new hotels and earn 4 times the Rewards points.
  • Registration: Required, please visit the promotion page.
  • Reservation Dates: May 6 – June 17, 2019
  • Stay Dates: May 6 – August 4, 2019

Hotel Details

Novotel Sydney International Airport


 Located just 1 km from Sydney Airport, Novotel Sydney International Airport offers vibrant and stylish facilities for business and leisure travellers. Overlooking Cahill Parklands and Kogarah Golf Course, enjoy our unique location away from the direct flying route. With a vision of ‘making everyday moments matter’, we are equipped with a range of facilities to ensure our guest’s enjoyment including 2 restaurant and bar outlets, 11 event spaces and a range of nearby activities.

Promotion Value

The standard Le Club AccorHotels proposition gives you back around 5% of your spend as Le Club AccorHotels points. This is based on a base earn rate of 25 points per €10 spend.

Under the Le Club AccorHotels offer, 2,000 points can be used to offset €40 of hotel payments. At the base rate, those 2,000 points will cost you €800 of spend in the hotels (Note that some hotels, such as Ibis, Ibis Styles, Adagio,  and Adagio Access pay at a lower rate)

Under the quadruple points promotion, this will effectively become a 20% return on your spend. If you have an elite membership, then the return will be even higher.


About Author

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.