SPG & Marriott 48 Hour Cancellation Policy
Sadly, Marriott and SPG have made a change to their cancellation policy, and it is not good news. Effective June 15, 2017, the hotels will be imposing a cancellation fee on cancellations made less than 48 hours in advance. The new policy will see you charged for the first night including taxes and fees if you cancel less than 48 hours in advance.
Marriott Expects a Better Credit Card Deal and One Program
When Senior Executives speak in public, interesting little pieces of knowledge often come out, and it was no different when Marriott’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Lenny Oberg spoke at the Goldman Sachs Lodging, Gaming, Restaurant, & Leisure Conference. Some interesting details emerged about the future relationship between Marriott and SPG.
Double Dip On Rewards With Marriott Bonvoy’s Airline Partners
Reviews of loyalty programs or co-branded cards typically cover more than just the basic points earning strategies like credit card spend or hotel stays. But, often, they only touch lightly on reciprocal agreements between airlines, hotels, and car rental companies….