Update: The offer mentioned below has expired and is no longer available.
Do you have 2 months free this summer and a few thousand dollars saved up?
Nordic Choice Hotels currently has a promotion you may be interested in. It’s offering the ability to stay “unlimited” nights (unlimited, in this case, means up to 60 nights) at hotels across several Nordic countries in Northern Europe.
Let’s dive into this exciting deal!
Up to 60 Nights This Summer at Nordic Choice Hotels for 1 Price
For the relatively reasonable price of €3,000 (~$3,200), you can purchase an “unlimited” pass for stays at Nordic Choice Hotels across Scandinavia in Northern Europe.
Here’s how the deal works:
- Buy your Nordic Hotel Pass.
- The hotel pass and a link to the booking page will be sent to your email address.
- Book your hotel stays on the booking page (only 1 hotel room is allowed per night).
- At check-in, show your hotel pass and provide your unique code.
The deal applies to 2 people in a shared double and is valid between June 24 and August 21, 2022. Breakfast is included at most properties, with the exceptions being the Comfort Hotel Xpress and Glo Hotel Airport.
Note that you can’t book this deal and then simply stay in the same hotel for 60 nights. You can stay up to 5 consecutive nights and up to 15 nights total at the same hotel.
Also, keep in mind that not all Nordic Choice Hotels are participating in the promotion, so check to see if your preferred property is included. Specifically, Icehotel, Kämp Hotel, Lily Country Club, Son Spa, St. George, The Thief, and Yasuragi are not eligible for this promotion.
Nordic Choice Hotels is headquartered in Oslo, Norway. It’s one of the largest hotel companies in the region, with 200 hotels across Scandinavia, Finland, and the Baltics. Nordic Choice is a franchisee of Choice Hotels, but you can’t earn Choice Privileges points at these properties.
Hot Tip: If you’ve settled on Scandinavia for your summer vacation, you’ll want to read all about Scandinavian Airlines’ extensive network of flights between Northern European countries and the United States for ideas on how to get there and back.
Is It Worth It?
Taking advantage of this promotion could be a great value, especially since Scandanavia is a popular summer travel destination.
For instance, the Amerikalinjen hotel in Oslo costs $271 for a 1-night stay in mid-July. However, if you took advantage of the promotion and stayed a full 60 nights at Nordic Choice properties throughout the region, the cost would be roughly $53 per night. That’s a pretty good deal — especially if you already had plans to visit the area for an extended summer vacation.
Under this promotion, you will earn Nordic Choice Club points for purchasing a pass, as well as qualifying nights for each night stayed. However, other membership perks, like room upgrades, are not included.
The chain is also offering another promotion concurrently, in case 60 nights seems like overkill to you. The “My Summer Treat” promotion offers 7 nights (you can stay all 7 nights at 1 hotel, or spend 1 night at 7 different hotels if you so choose) at a smaller group of eligible Nordic Choice Hotels for the price of €595 (~$634). This equates to a nightly cost of about $91, which is a very solid deal for hotels in this part of the world.
If Scandinavia is already part of your summer travel plans, this is a solid option, especially when you consider breakfast is included in the deal. Still, if that feels like too much time away, you could consider the cheaper 7-night deal for just over $600.
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