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Dubbed “Double the Rewards, Triple the Bliss,” Marriott Bonvoy’s latest promotion is targeted at those wishing to splash the cash on some of the brand’s most exclusive properties in the world.
“Marriott Bonvoy members are the heart of our hospitality family and their loyalty is truly invaluable to Marriott International,” said Cheryl Lum, Senior Area Director of Marketing for Maldives at Marriott International. “We invite our existing and new members to embark on an extraordinary journey in the Maldives, where ‘Double the Rewards, Triple the Bliss’ awaits them.”
The offer is on stays at the brand’s 7 resorts in the Maldives, including the JW Marriott Maldives Resort and Spa, Le Méridien Maldives Resort and Spa, Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort and Spa, The Ritz-Carlton Maldives Fari Islands, The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, The Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort, and the W Maldives.
Let’s take a look a look at the details and how many points you could earn with this offer.
Earn Bonus Marriott Bonvoy Points for Maldives Stays
To earn double or even triple points on your next Maldives stay, you’ll have to be splashing out on a 2- or 3-bedroom villa. Simply search across Marriott properties in the Maldives or use Corp/Promo Code MR6 when booking.
Let’s have a look at what this might cost you and how many points you’ll earn for your stay.
On the lower end of the price scale, a 2-bedroom Water Suite at the Sheraton Maldives in November will set you back around $2,698 per night. That’s a point-earning potential of 5,396 points per night!
For those who really want to splurge on the vacation of a lifetime, a stay at the expansive and exclusive John Jacob Astor Estate at the St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, you’re looking at around $26,810 per night! That’s a total potential night early of 80,430 points!
The good news is, this accommodation can house up to 10 guests, which means you can significantly reduce the rate if you find a bunch of luxury-loving friends and family to splurge with you.
The only problem then will be, how do you decide who gets the points?
The bonus points promotion is currently live and appears to have no end date, though there are blackout dates around the “festive season” with no specific dates mentioned.Hot Tip:
Paying for a stay at one of Marriott’s Maldives properties with the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Credit Card could earn you up to an additional 18.5x points per dollar you spend on your stay — now that’s a lot of points!
If spending big on luxury Maldives vacations is for you, then Marriott Bonvoy’s current bonus points offer on 2- and 3-bedroom villas at its 7 Maldives resorts could earn you some serious bonus points!
The information regarding the Marriott Bonvoy Bountiful™ Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.
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