WorldHotels Makes Loyalty Easier in 2021

WorldHotels has announced that its industry-leading loyalty program, WorldHotels Rewards (WHR), is cutting its status eligibility qualifications by half for 2021.

The move will enable travellers to earn Gold Status with just five nights, three stays or 5,000 points. Additionally, the reduction in thresholds applies to each WHR tier – making it easier than ever for guests to climb the loyalty ladder.

The third-largest hotel loyalty program in the world, WHR offers guests exclusive access and privileges with member-only offers such as room upgrades and more. WHR loyalty points never expire, so business travellers don’t have to worry about losing their points if their plans get disrupted. Members can also turn the points they earn from every stay into dining, shopping and experiential travel options or redeem points for free nights at participating WorldHotels properties around the world.

“The new year is bringing new hope and new opportunities for travel,” says WorldHotels Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Dorothy Dowling. “At WorldHotels we are proud to offer rich rewards through WHR, and by reducing qualifications for elite status, our valued guests now have the opportunity to earn greater perks with fewer stays.”

Newly relaunched, the WorldHotels collection delivers a curated global offering of over 200 of the finest independent hotels and resorts. Founded by hoteliers dedicated to the art of hospitality, WorldHotels represents some of the best independent properties around the globe, each reflective of the locale by offering intuitive service, and a refined sense of character. Geared to both business and leisure travellers, the WorldHotels collection is classified into four tiers allowing guests to select the offering that meets their needs: WorldHotels Luxury, WorldHotels Elite, WorldHotels Distinctive and WorldHotels Crafted collection.

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