Members of Le Club Accorhotels, the loyalty programme for the Accorhotels group, can score a bonus 1,000 Rewards points on bookings at Fairmont, Raffles and Swissotel properties in Asia-Pacific this summer.

The promotion is set to take off on July 2, with stays able to be taken from the same day. Bookings have to be completed by August 19, 2018 – registration for the promotion is also required prior to booking a stay – and stays themselves have to be taken by September 30, 2018.

The hotel group added that elite members will also receive “exclusive deals” when staying at these brands, though it hasn’t provided details of what these deals will entail.

Meanwhile, existing members of Le Club Accorhotels can get triple rewards when staying at hotels under the group’s Sofitel, Mgallery, Pullman, Grand Mercure, the Sebel, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis brands.

Accorhotels has launched the promotion to mark the integration of the Fairmont, Raffles and Swissotels brands into its Le Club Accorhotels loyalty programme. According to the company’s vice president of loyalty for Asia-Pacific, Henrik Berglind, the group wanted to offer guests “the chance to build up their points so we can welcome them back to our hotels sooner”.

The company acquired FRHI Hotels and Resorts, which operated the three luxury brands, back in 2016.

A total of 29 properties currently operate under the Fairmont, Raffles and Swissotel brands across Asia-Pacific, with more in the pipeline. Among these are the Fairmont Ambassador Seoul, announced back in September and set to open its doors in 2020. The group has a further 845 properties across Asia-Pacific under its other brands.

Accorhotels has been on something of an acquisition spree over the past few years. Along with adding Australasian hotel company, the Mantra Group, to its portfolio, the group announced back in April that it was acquiring Swiss company Movenpick Hotels and Resorts.

[EDIT: Accorhotels’ initial information contained incorrect dates, previously stating that bookings must be made by August 15 and stays completed by October 31. We have since updated the article with the correct dates.]