Kempinski Hotels welcomes its one-millionth member of the Kempinski Discovery Loyalty Programme and celebrates this milestone with even better preferential rates and more privileges for loyal guests.
Until December 31, 2018, loyalty programme members will enjoy special rates starting from 12% off the regular rates and get local experiences across hotels of the chain.
How to get enhanced benefits at Kempinski Hotels
- Join Kempinski Discovery on the loyalty programme website
- Book a room via official website of Kempinski Hotels
The Kempinski Discovery loyalty programme consists of three levels: Gold, Platinum and Black. These levels are based on the number of nights guest stay, or the revenue spend in Kempinski Hotels and hotels of Global Hotel Alliance. Participation in the programme is free of charge.
Kempinski Discovery loyalty programme is a part of DISCOVERY global loyalty programme, which provides 12 million members recognition and perks across over 500 hotels, resorts and palaces in 78 countries.
DISCOVERY Loyalty is operated by Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), the world’s largest alliance of independent hotel brands, bringing together more than 35 brands, including Kempinski, Corinthia, Marco Polo, Omni and other.
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