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    MarcusUK
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    Accor Card holders will be aware already of the discounted sale released to them 48 hrs before, but these are generally available now.
    They offer some great deals.

    http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/home/index.shtml

    As they cover travel from into July until 4th September 2011, maybe ideal for BT readers who want a leisure trip in the holidays.

    I managed to book several trips, including Sofitel &, M Gallery Hotels, They do not cover all hotels or all days, but saving a genuine 50% off the mid summer rates for regular hotels I visit, proves them to be a genuine saving. These varied from 1-6 night stays. They are pre-pay rates.

    Still, I hope they prove useful to others.

    #456099

    Binman62
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    MARCUSuk
    Thanks for the link I gave up my Accor card last year so this is very useful bump. Just had a look at Bali for August and there is ceratinly some deals but not in the better Accor brands. One hotel is claiming to be offering 50% with the discounted being £142. This is simply not accurate as none of these hotels had rates over £150 a few wweks ago when I was looking to book.

    Between this offer and the one from Hilton (40% off) it is clear that some hotels are seeing a significant drop in busness over the next few months..

    #456100

    kkuaNYC
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    I booked a room at the Novotel TPE with a pre-paid rate. With my Accor status, I was hoping they would refund the difference between the new sale rate versus what I pre-paid. The reservations agent wouldn’t budge. Even when I asked them if I could pay for another room at the promo rate and push it to a future date not covered by promotion, he wouldn’t even make any concessions. Needless to say, Accor does not have the best interest of my wallet.

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