Marriott Moments Adds Custom Travel Experiences Marriott Moments Adds Custom Travel Experiences

Marriott Moments Adds Custom Travel Experiences

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Marriott has expanded its Marriott Moments platform with the introduction of new custom categories including recommendations from local experts, and specially selected lists of things to do. Reaching out to its global network, Marriott has put the list together with recommendations from general managers, and other partners including chefs Eric Ripert, Daniel Boulud, and Stephanie Izard.

Marriott Moments adds custom travel experiences
Marriott Moments adds custom travel experiences

Marriott Moments Overview

You can search the site by location, by expert recommendation, or even by curated lists. Some interesting lists include:

  • Foodies: with a range of culinary experiences from Italy to Thailand
  • Super Fans: offers sport related tours from as wide afield as Melbourne to Barcelona
  • The wolfpack: provides some great itineraries to do as a group

You will earn 10X Marriott points per dollar spent when booking an activity, and some Moments can be booked with Marriott Rewards. In the future, this will be extended to all Moments.

Every Moment can be booked directly, or via Facebook Messenger, and if you don’t find anything you like you can contact them via Facebook to find a nearby Moment.

Maximizing Your Earning

If you decide to take advantage of a Marriott Moment and book directly through the site, your purchase will code as a travel, it is best to use a card with travel as a category earning bonus.

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