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Starwood just announced they would begin a new partnership with Caesars Entertainment hotels starting January 9, 2014.
This means SPG members can redeem Starpoints for stays at over 15 participating Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Lake Tahoe and more.
Details of the new partnership include:
- SPG members can redeem Starpoints for stays at participating Caesars Entertainment hotels.
- Plus, SPG members can redeem Starpoints for exclusive Moments by SPG experiences. See what’s live now at SPG.com/moments
- Registered SPG members earn 2 Starpoints for every eligible $1 charged to their hotel folio at Caesars Entertainment hotels (in addition to Reward Credits earned through Total Rewards, Caesars Entertainment’s award-winning loyalty program).
- Plus, registered SPG members earn credit toward SPG elite qualification for redeemed and paid Caesars Entertainment stays, up to 10 nights per calendar year.
Participating Caesars Entertainment Hotels include:
Bally’s Atlantic City, NJ
Bally’s Las Vegas, NV
Caesars Atlantic City, NJ
Caesars Palace Las Vegas, NV
Flamingo Las Vegas, NV
Harrah’s Atlantic City, NJ
Harrah’s Lake Tahoe, NV
Harrah’s Las Vegas, NV
Harrah’s New Orleans, LA
Harrah’s Reno, NV
Harvey’s Lake Tahoe, NV
Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, NV
Paris Las Vegas, NV
Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, NV
The Quad Las Vegas, NV
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, NV
Showboat Atlantic City, NJ
It seems that Starwood felt left out, after Hyatt joined forces with MLife this summer, so they went out looking for a partner. Caesars does seem like a good choice for Starwood, and SPG members have many ways to benefit.
I want to point out though that when it come to earning SPG elite night credit at Caesars properties, it’s only good for up to 10 nights per year and these will not count toward lifetime Platinum, so if you were thinking of being able to mattress run in Vegas at some of the cheaper properties, you will be limited to 10 nights and they would only count toward the 50 night requirement, since you do not earn any stay credits.
Overall, it’s a welcome addition since Starwood was lacking when it came to hotels in Vegas.
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