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Starwood offers some of my favorite properties when it comes to using points. The St Regis properties in particular are amongst my favorites to burn my hard earned SPG points at. Back in 2016, Marriott and SPG completed their merger to become one company and I’ll admit I was worried. Since then there haven’t been a ton of changes but, according to Onemileatatime, this may be one of the biggest so far.
Could This Be Starwood’s Downfall?
Are Starwood Hotels making the switch from Coca-Cola to Pepsi? I hope not. Marriott tends to carry Pepsi products and SPG Coca-Cola. But, some are starting to notice a recent switch over that may make die hard soda lovers very upset!
In all seriousness, I have a big preference when it comes to Coke over Pepsi and I know that I am not alone here. When you are used to always being able to order a Coke at your favorite hotels, it will be hard to hear that you can’t have one! How do you feel about this change?
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Hit the comments and let us know what you think about SPG switching over from Coke to Pepsi. Does this change make you want to stay elsewhere or could you care less?
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