A Guide to the New Accor ALL Plus Subscription Plan A Guide to the New Accor ALL Plus Subscription Plan

A Guide to the New Accor ALL Plus Subscription Plan

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Earlier this year, Accor Hotels launched a subscription program called Accor ALL Plus for members to get up to a 20% discount on hotel stays with an annual membership fee. There are two tiers to the program, and it's worth noting that not all Accor Live Limitless (ALL) properties participate. Here's a guide to the new program and whether it's for you.

What is Accor ALL Plus?

Accor ALL Plus Benefits

Accor ALL Plus is a two-tiered subscription program where members can get a discount on their stays. One tier is for economy travelers, while the other tier gives a discount on luxury and premium brands plus economy brands. The discount can be used for one or two rooms with each booking.

In addition to a discount on stays, both tiers guarantee your room up to two days before your stay (normally a Gold status benefit), free Status Nights, and access to premium customer care.

Accor ALL Plus Cards and benefits comparisons

Both tiers come with a card, which you can use when booking or upon check-in to get your benefits.

If you're interested in subscribing to either plan, you can do that here.

ALL Plus Ibis

This is the tier for budget travelers. The fee is 99 euros per year (~$108) per year and gives members a 15% discount at the following brands: Ibis Budget, Ibis, and Ibis Styles.

ALL Plus Ibis cardholders also receive 10 free Status Nights. That's enough to instantly bump you up to Silver status level or above (depending on your current level).

ALL Plus Voyaguer

This tier gives a better discount and more Status Nights. For 199 euros per year (~$217), members will get a 20% discount at the following brands:

  • Luxury: Sofitel, SO/, Sofitel LEGEND
  • Premium: Grand Mercure, MGallery, 21C Museum Hotels, Mondrian, Mövenpick, Pullman, The Sebel
  • Midscale: Adagio, Mercure, Novotel, Tribe
  • Economy: Greet, Adagio Access

On top of the 20% discount, Voyaguer cardholders also receive a 15% discount on stays at nine different midscale and economy brands, plus 20 free Status Nights. That gets you two-thirds of the way to Gold status if you're starting from scratch.

Related: Ultimate Guide to the Accor Live Limitless Loyalty Program

Rating Accor ALL Plus

It's hard to find any disadvantages to Accor ALL Plus. The annual fee of 99 or 199 euros could easily be recovered in a single stay using the 15-20% discount, depending on your booking.

The 10 or 20 free Status Nights might not mean a lot for new members only moving up to Silver status. The welcome drink, priority welcome, and late check-out for Silver status aren't the biggest perks. However, if you already have Status Nights, the free nights with these cards could get you up to Gold or Platinum status.

Perhaps the biggest benefit of both tiers is the guaranteed room availability up to two days before check-in. That's usually a Gold status benefit and could make an enormous difference in your travels, especially with how busy some cities and countries are getting these days.

The only real disadvantage to either tier is the limited number of brands. You can find over 40 brands in the Accor portfolio. The ALL Plus Ibis card only gives you a discount on three brands, and the ALL Plus Voyaguer card gives you a discount on 19 brands. Depending on your destination, that could prevent you from using your card at the Accor hotel of your choice. Some of Accor's most famous luxury brands — Fairmont and Raffles — aren't included in either tier.

Accor also has a bigger presence overseas, with less than 5% of its 5,300 hotels in North and Central America. But if you're an ALL member, you probably know that already and are using the program for your international travels.

Accor ALL Plus Savings example screenshot from Voyageur plan

Our Take

If you're an ALL member, you should consider an Accor ALL Plus subscription. Between the discount, the free Status Nights, and the guaranteed room availability, you're bound to get your money's worth.

For example, if you stay 10 nights in a year at the eligible premium brands with the Voyageur card, you would save roughly 287 euros (486 minus the 199 subscription fee) — roughly $313. For context, this figure is based on Accor's own estimate, which is 243 euros per night. You might spend more or less, so you need to adjust this figure based on your own travel habits. However, even if you only stayed five nights in a year at this price, you would still come out ahead by buying an Accor ALL Plus Voyageur membership. And don't forget your free Status Nights and guaranteed room.

You could always consider buying both cards and getting a fast-track to Gold status for just 298 euros if that's worth it to you. If you're looking for other offers, don't forget to check out our list of current promotions for Accor hotels. Register for anything that catches your eye before your next trip.

Would you consider getting one or both of the Accor ALL Plus subscriptions?

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