Asia Miles has teamed up with two hotel groups – Raffles Hotels & Resorts and Small Luxury Hotels of the World – and the Rocketmiles website in a campaign that will offer the hotel groups' loyalty members and the website's users access to generous multiple miles packages.
Each of the three parties that have teamed up with Asia Miles are offering their own special packages.
Raffles Hotels & Resorts
To celebrate the new partnership between the luxury hotel group and Asia Miles, members can receive extra rewards for a stay from now until December 15. Asia Miles members who book the “Rise and Shine (bed and breakfast)” package at the best available rate at any participating Raffles property will receive triple Asia Miles plus a hotel credit of US$50 (or the equivalent in local currency).
Guests should quote the promotion code “PAM1” and membership number when making a reservation. The membership card is needed when checking in at the hotel.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World
Members of the Asia Miles travel and lifestyle rewards programme can enjoy quadruple Asia Miles when booking a stay at eligible rates at Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) properties from now until January 31, 2016. SLH has a range of accommodation, from historic country houses to boutique hotels.
With the quadruple Asia Miles promotion, members will receive 2,000 Asia Miles for one or more nights (consecutive) stay. Eligibility is for members of The Club of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, who need to have added the Asia Miles membership number in their Club membership profile before making a reservation.
Asia Miles members who book accommodation through Rocketmiles by October 31 as a first-time user can earn up to 5,000 miles. New Rocketmiles users will receive 1,000 bonus miles for each night’s stay, with a maximum of 5,000 bonus miles to be earned per user for stays up to January 31. Regular Asia Miles members who have used Rocketmiles before can also earn 500 miles per night, although rates may vary at some hotels.
Rocketmiles was founded in 2012 to allow frequent fliers to earn previously unheard of miles and points allowances when booking rooms at high-quality hotels.