ALL – Accor Live Limitless – is inviting everyone across Southeast Asia to discover the benefits of its free loyalty programme, with a range of accommodation and dining offers available as part of the three months of tremendous rewards, ‘Season of ALL’.
To kick off the season in November, all guests dining at participating restaurants in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, South Korea and Japan will enjoy the dining rewards and earn double ALL reward points. Followed by stay rewards in December, travellers can earn up to 1,000 bonus ALL reward points when staying a minimum of two nights at any Accor hotel across the region during the Festive Season.
ALL is the free lifestyle loyalty programme of Accor that goes beyond hotels, offering members special savings, reward points, and privileges. ALL reward points can be earned on hotel stays as well as at thousands of restaurants and bars throughout the network which can be used to redeem hotel stays, dining and other selected experiences.
Dine with ALL in November 2022 and earn double ALL rewards points
Whether it’s a joyful celebration, a fun Friday night out, or a well-loved weekend brunch, ALL members will earn double reward points whilst discovering extraordinary culinary creations in restaurants and bars at Accor’s portfolio in Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, the Philippines, South Korea, and Vietnam from 1st to 30th November 2022.
Accor’s hotels across Southeast Asia offer a wide range of dining experiences. Modern European cuisine and stunning views of Yeouido and the Han River can be enjoyed at the uniquely designed Mariposa, on the 29th floor of Fairmont Ambassador Seoul.
The Magnificent Cucina Brunch by Chef Patrizia Battolu and the team at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort offer an extravagant selection of Italian, Spanish, French, and Asian ateliers, starring fresh local ingredients with authentic flavours. Traditional Japanese Omakase designed by talented Chef Goji Kobayashi can be experienced at Tenko, Pullman Bangkok King Power. [sources/photo special]