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Each week, we will be taking a look at a hotel or airline elite status level and the benefits that come with it and how to leverage earning the status.
So far we have looked at Hilton Gold, Hilton Diamond, Starwood Gold, Starwood Platinum, Hyatt Platinum, Hyatt Diamond, Marriott Silver, Marriott Gold, Marriott Platinum, Fairmont Premier, Fairmont Platinum, Omni Platinum, Omni Black, Club Carlson Gold, Club Carlson Concierge, Kimpton Tier 2 and Tier 3.
So for this week, we will be taking a look at Kimpton Karma Inner Circle Status.
How to Earn:
(1) 40 nights in a calendar year
(2) 14 stays in a calendar year
- Free WiFi
- $10 credit mini-bar Credit
- $30 In-Room Spa Credit
- Unlimited Complimentary Upgrades at Check-in on availability
- Late Check-Out Priority
- Welcome Amenity
- Complimentary Chef’s Taste
- Earn Free Nights
- Complimentary Night @ New Hotels
- $50 Restaurant Credit During Comp Night @ New Hotel
- Newspaper Delivered to your Door
- Exclusive Direct Access to Kimpton’s CEO
When it comes to earning free nights, complimentary night rewards are earned for every seven stays or twenty nights at participating Kimpton Hotels, whichever is reached first.
In addition, they offer Kimpton Journey free nights, where within a calendar year, you will receive two complimentary reward nights when you stay at 10 unique Kimpton hotels.
Kimpton Karma Inner Circle offers some great perks, and many Inner Circle members I’ve talked to have told me about many suite upgrades they get.
Another great benefit, is that Inner Circle members receive a complimentary night at all the new properties, so depending on how many new hotel openings a year, these could really add up.
When it comes to free nights, earning a free night after 7 stays is reasonable as well as the two free nights after 10 unique stays through the Kimpton Journey process.
Are there any Inner Circle members out there?
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