ALL – Accor Live Limitless Loyalty Program – Full Review [2021]

ALL – Accor Live Limitless Loyalty Program – Full Review [2021]

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Capital One Miles Credit Cards

Capital One miles can be transferred to ALL – Accor Live Limitless in around 36 hours at a ratio of 2:1. This is a decent use of Capital One points for hotels because you can get around 1.1 to 1.2 cents per point in value, compared to the standard 1 cent per point of value.

However, you’ll get better value redeeming your Capital One miles for business or first class flights.

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Business owners can also choose from a few Capital One business credit cards.

Loyalty Program Overview

Accor has branded its loyalty program as ALL – Accor Live Limitless (formerly Le Club AccorHotels).

ALL offers a number of points and elite-status tiers that allow you to get outsized value from your stays.

Joining ALL – Accor Live Limitless

Register online for a free ALL account.

How To Sign In to Your ALL – Accor Live Limitless Account

Sign in on the ALL – Accor Live Limitless homepage. You’ll need to enter your email address and password.

Viewing Your Account Activity

Your ALL – Accor Live Limitless account overview page shows your points balance, your member number, your bookings, and your profile information.

Platinum and Diamond Hotel Benefits

If you have Platinum or Diamond status, you’ll enjoy a variety of benefits above and beyond those afforded to lower-tier members.

Benefits vary by brand and status level, but they include discounts at the spa, free premium Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, dining and spa vouchers, and Gold status gifting (for Diamond members only).

Points Expiration

Reward points expire after 365 days of inactivity. Any eligible stay that earns or redeems points extends point expiration by 365 days.

ALL - Accor Live Limitless Rewards Program

ALL – Accor Live Limitless Elite Status

ALL Accor Live Limitless cards
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Let’s review all of the major benefits of ALL – Accor Live Limitless elite status:

Status LevelClassicSilverGoldPlatinumDiamond
Qualify With0 to 9 nights/year10 to 29 nights/year or €800 (~$930) in eligible expenses per year

(2,000 status points)

 

30 to 59 nights/year or €2,800 (~$3,260) in eligible expenses per year

(7,000 status points)

 

60 to 74 nights/year or €5,600 (~$6,520) in eligible expenses per year

(14,000 status points)

 

€10,400 (~$12,100) in eligible expenses per year

(26,000 status points)

 

Benefits During Booking
ALL customer careXXXDedicated line
Member rates: discounts at more than 3,000 hotels starting with your first reservationXXXXX
Advance access to private sales on all.accor.comXXXXX
Guaranteed room availabilityPriority waiting list only for Swissôtel propertiesUp to 3 days before arrivalUp to 2 days before arrival
Suite Night UpgradeXX
Benefits During Your Stay
Online check-in, fast checkoutXXXXX
Free internet access worldwideXXXPremium Wi-Fi (if available at the hotel)
Complimentary local phone callsXXXXX
Daily newspaperXXXXX
Health Club & Sports facilitiesXXXXX
Discounts on hotel spa treatments and products10% off Willow Stream Spa products and treatments at Fairmont hotels20% discount only at Swissôtel properties

10% off Willow Stream Spa products and treatments at Fairmont hotels

 

10% discount at Raffles Spa treatments and at Thalassa sea & spa institutes

20% discount only at Swissôtel properties

10% off Willow Stream Spa treatments and products at Fairmont hotels

Discount at hotel retail stores10% off at Fairmont retail stores10% off at Fairmont retail stores

10% off at Raffles retail stores

Priority welcomeOnly at FairmontXXXX
Early check-in/late check-out upon request (subject to availability)
Late checkoutEarly check-in OR late checkoutEarly check-in AND late checkout
Welcome drinkXXXX
Turndown serviceXXXX
Welcome amenityXXX
Upgrade to the next room category (subject to availability)
XXX
Complimentary breakfastEvery day in Asia Pacific onlyOn weekends worldwide and every day in Asia Pacific only
Access to Executive Lounge, if available at the hotel (excluding Fairmont Gold)XX
Complimentary soft drinks from the minibarXX
Ironing serviceXX
Benefits in the hotel restaurants and barsXX
Dining and spa rewards
X
Other Benefits
Advance access to presale tickets at the Accor Arena in ParisXXXXX
Rental car servicesXXXXX
Preferential rates at more than 1,000 airport lounges worldwide10% discount with partners13% discount with partners14% discount with partners15% discount with partners
Free hand luggage service with partner$25 discount on your first order, plus complimentary insurance coverage$50 discount on your first order, 6% discount for following orders, plus complimentary insurance coverage$75 discount on your first order, 8.5% discount for following orders, plus complimentary insurance coverage$100 discount on your first order, 11% discount for following orders, plus complimentary insurance coverage and service upgrade
Other partner advantagesXXXXX
Gift the person of your choice with a higher statusGift Gold status

MyResorts Benefits

In addition, if you’re staying at a resort property in Asia or Oceania, you’ll get the following additional benefits through the MyResorts program:

Status LevelClassicSilverGoldPlatinum
MyGlass

An exclusive, value-for-money beverage experience (fee)

XXXX
MyKids

Access experiences for kids, from fun activities to delicious meals and more (fee).

XXXX
MyConnect

Connect to complimentary internet on all of your devices.

XXX
MyExtratime

Enjoy certain “essential room comforts” (for example, complimentary use of executive lounge when your room is not yet available, early check-in, or late checkout) when arriving or departing outside the standard times.

XXX
MyUpgrade

Enjoy an upgrade of your room experience (subject to availability).

XX
MyHost

Access to a single point of contact and support during your stay at participating resorts.

XX
MyGuest

Extend the benefits linked to your Platinum status to only 1 guest who is staying at the same participating resort at the same time and for the same duration as the member who has booked 1 room under the guest’s name or is staying under the same reservation as the member.

X
MyRewards

Complimentary surprise gifts and exclusive offers upon check-in

X

ibis BUSINESS Card

Accor also offers a fee-based ibis BUSINESS Card for €90 (~$105) annually. Benefits include a 10% room and restaurant/bar discount, guaranteed room availability up to 48 hours before your stay, and all the benefits of ALL Gold status at over 2,000 ibis, ibis Styles, and ibis budget hotels.

Value of ALL – Accor Live Limitless Elite Status

ALL Silver offers little in the way of hotel benefits, but some of the selling points of this tier include late checkout (subject to availability) and a welcome drink.

ALL Gold gets you category room upgrades (subject to availability, excluding suites), a welcome amenity upon check-in, and early check-in or late checkout.

ALL Platinum is where it really starts to get interesting because you’re entitled to 2 Suite Night Upgrades, as well as premium Wi-Fi, early check-in, late checkout, complimentary breakfast every day at Asia Pacific properties, access to Executive Lounges (excludes Fairmont Gold), complimentary soft drinks from the minibar, ironing services, and hotel restaurant and bar benefits.

ALL Diamond is the top-tier status that gets you complimentary breakfast on weekends worldwide (in addition to daily breakfast at Asia Pacific properties), 4 dining and spa reward vouchers (worth €25 (~$29) each), and the ability to gift someone Gold status.

Bottom Line: ALL Platinum is probably the best tier to pursue. You’ll get the most incremental perks, including breakfast in Asia Pacific, check-in and checkout benefits, as well as access to Executive Lounges and 2 Suite Night Upgrades.

Earning ALL – Accor Live Limitless Elite Status

ALL – Accor Live Limitless status is earned on a calendar-year basis. You can earn all elite status tiers except Diamond status based on stays in a calendar year. ALL Diamond requires a significant amount of eligible spending during your stays to qualify and cannot be achieved through stays alone.

For example, if you want to qualify for Platinum status, you must either stay at least 60 nights in a calendar year or make €5,600 (~$6,520) in eligible purchases during your stays every year. That’s because you’ll earn 25 status points for every €10 (~$12) spent. You need 14,000 status points to qualify for ALL Platinum.

Stays at Mama Shelter, Adagio, Adagio Access, ibis, and ibis Styles are not eligible to accrue status points.

If you generally tend to book fewer stays but spend more at the property during each stay, it might be easier to qualify based on status points via purchases.

On the other hand, if you tend to book lots of stays but spend less during each stay, it’ll probably be easier to qualify based on nights.

Elite Tier# of NightsStatus Points
Silver0 stays2,000
Gold10 stays7,000
Platinum30 nights14,000
Diamond60 stays26,000

Here’s how many status points you’ll earn by brand:

Adagio Access, Jo&Joe, and GreetMantra, Peppers, BreakFree, Art Series, and AdagioIbis, Ibis Styles, and Mama ShelterAll Other Accor Brands
5 status points per €10 (~$12) spent10 status points per €10 (~$12) spent12.5 status points per €10 (~$12) spent25 status points per €10 (~$12) spent

With all that being said, here’s the minimum required spending to qualify for each elite tier, assuming you are earning 25 status points per €10 (~$12) spent.

Elite TierMinimum Required Spending
Silver €800 (~$930)
Gold €2,800 (~$3,260)
Platinum €5,600 (~$6,520)
Diamond €10,400 (~$12,100)

Once you’ve earned elite status, you’ll keep it for the remainder of the current calendar year and through the end of the next year.

How To Earn Reward Points

There are plenty of ways to earn Reward points, and the most obvious is to book stays with its brands.

Earning Points on Stays

Base Points: ALL – All Accor Live Limitless members earn 5 to 25 points per €10 spent. Classic members earn 5 points per €10 (~$12) spent at Adagio Access, Jo&Joe, and Greet properties. That goes up to 10 points per €10 spent at Mantra, Peppers, BreakFree, Art Series, and Adagio properties. Classic members also earn 12.5 points per €10 spent at Ibis, Ibis Styles, and Mama Shelter. Lastly, Classic members will earn 25 points per €10 spent at all other Accor brands.

Elite Status Bonus: Depending on your elite status, you may earn 25% to 75% bonus points during your stay! Here’s how many points you earn by brand and elite status (€10 is roughly equal to $12 according to exchange rates at the time of publishing):

Elite Status TierAdagio Access, Jo&Joe, and GreetMantra, Peppers, BreakFree, Art Series, and AdagioIbis, Ibis Styles, and Mama ShelterAll Other Accor Brands
Classic5 points per €10 spent10 points per €10 spent12.5 points per €10 spent25 points per €10 spent
Silver6.25 points per €10 spent12.5 points per €10 spent15.5 points per €10 spent31 points per €10 spent
Gold7.5 points per €10 spent15 points per €10 spent18.5 points per €10 spent37 points per €10 spent
Platinum8.75 points per €10 spent17.5 points per €10 spent22 points per €10 spent44 points per €10 spent
Diamond8.75 points per €10 spent17.5 points per €10 spent22 points per €10 spent44 points per €10 spent

Earning Points With Partners

In addition to hotel stays and elite status bonuses on said hotel stays, you’ll find that ALL’s list of lifestyle partners is expansive, enabling you to earn points on private home and villa rentals, restaurants, shopping, and even co-working spaces!

Transfer Points Between Accounts

Currently, you cannot transfer Reward points to another individual.

How To Redeem Reward Points

Once you’ve earned enough Reward points, you’ll want to redeem them! ALL offers plenty of ways to redeem your points, so it’s important to know which ones will become the most valuable to you.

Some of the available redemption options include:

  • Pay with points at ALL properties
  • Pay with points at onefinestay (private home and villa rentals)
  • Shopping
  • Experiences
  • Charity
  • Car rentals
  • Transfers to frequent flyer programs

Free Nights at ALL Properties

When you redeem your points at ALL properties, you’ll get a fixed redemption value of €40 (~$47) off for every 2,000 Reward points you redeem, which is equal to about 2.35 cents per point!

Private Home and Villa Rentals

You can redeem points at onefinestay according to the following increments:

  • 7,200 Reward points = €100 (~$116)
  • 36,000 Reward points = €500 (~$582)
  • 72,000 Reward points = €1,000 (~$1,164)
  • 360,000 Reward points = €5,000 (~$5,820)

This nets you a value of approximately 1.6 cents per point.

Shopping and Experiences

ALL has a shopping portal through which you can redeem points for various merchandise, such as wine, knives, bags, Apple accessories, and luggage.

The redemption value will vary, but you will always get a poor value, around 0.7 cents per point.

In the same portal, you can also book experiences, ranging from football games to dining experiences.

Charity

When you donate to Accor Solidarity, you will redeem 2,000 Reward points for every €40 (~$47) donated.

Through Plant for the Planet, you can also plant 6 trees for every 2,000 Reward points redeemed.

Car Rentals

Currently, you can redeem Reward points at Europcar (2,000 points for €20 (~$23)), Die Bahn (convert 2,000 Reward points to 1,000 Bahn Bonus points), and Eurostar (4,000 points for 350 Club Eurostar points.

Transfer to Frequent Flyer Programs

One of the more useful ways to redeem your Reward points is to transfer them to more than 30 frequent flyer programs around the world.

Here’s the complete table:

Frequent Flyer ProgramTransfer Ratio (ALL > Airline Partner)Frequent Flyer ProgramTransfer Ratio (ALL > Airline Partner)
Aegean and Olympic Air2,000:1,000Iberia Plus3,000:3,000
Aeroflot Bonus2,000:1,000Japan Airlines Mileage Bank4,000:2,000
Aeromexico Club Premier4,000:2,000Korean Air SKYPASS4,000:2,000
Air Canada Aeroplan4,000:2,000LATAM Pass (excluding LATAM Pass Brazil)4,000:2,000
Air China PhoenixMiles4,000:3,200LATAM Pass Brazil2:1
Air France/KLM Flying Blue2,000:1,000Oman Air Sindbad4,000:1,500
Avianca LifeMiles4,000:2,000Qantas Frequent Flyer2,000:2,000
Azul TudoAzul2,000:1,000Qatar Airways Privilege Club2,000:1,000
British Airways Executive Club4,000:2,000GOL Smiles4,000:2,000
Cathay Pacific Asia Miles4,000:2,000Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer4,000:2,000
Delta SkyMiles4,000:2,000TAP Air Portugal Miles&Go4,000:2,000
Emirates Skywards4,000:2,000Thai Airways Royal Orchid Plus4,000:2,000
Etihad Guest4,000:2,000Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles4,000:2,000
Finnair Plus2,000:2,000United MileagePlus2,000:1,000
Hainan Airlines Fortune Wings Club2,000:1,000Virgin Australia Velocity4,000:4,000

Frequently asked questions

What is the name of the Accor rewards program?

Accor’s rewards program is called ALL – Accor Live Limitless. It’s also abbreviated as ALL. Accor includes brands like Raffles, Fairmont, Swissôtel, Ibis, Banyan Tree, and so much more.

Should I join Accor Live Limitless? Is it worth it?

Joining ALL – Accor Live Limitless is totally free and even entry-level Classic members get access to benefits.

When you stay at any property within the ALL – Accor Live Limitless portfolio, you will earn points, get perks, and much more. You can also earn points through the transfer partnership with Capital One miles. You can then redeem your points for free hotel nights, shopping, charity, and even transfer them to airline frequent flyer programs.

What are the Accor Live Limitless benefits and status tiers?

Even the entry Classic tier gets you turbocharged with perks like access to private sales on all.accor.com, free Wi-Fi, daily newspapers, and more.

ALL status tiers are Classic, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond. Each of these tiers, except for the base-level Classic tier, requires a minimum number of nights or a number of status points (which are awarded based on how much you spend during your stay) to qualify.

Depending on which tier you qualify for, you get bonus points, welcome amenities, executive lounge access, free breakfast, suite upgrades, late checkout, early check-in, and more.

When do Accor points expire?

Reward points expire after 365 days of earning them. You can reset the expiration timer for another 365 days if you complete a qualifying stay.

What are Accor base points and bonus points?

They’re identical when used for free hotel stays. Base points are the points you earn as a normal member. Bonus points are earned on top of base points when you have elite status. The amounts can vary from 25% to 75% in bonus points, depending on what status level you have.

If you stay in an ALL property, you can earn 5 to 25 base points for every €10 (~$12) spent.

What are Accor Live Limitless points worth?

Because Reward points can be redeemed at a rate of €40 (~$47) for every 2,000 points, we value them at 2.3 cents apiece.

How do I convert Accor Live Limitless points to miles/travel partners?

You can convert Reward points to frequent flyer programs by signing into your account and choosing the desired airline partner. The transfer ratios will vary depending on the exact partner, so be sure to double-check before performing the transfer.

What are all the Accor Live Limitless hotels?

Accor offers a loyalty program for a variety of different hotel chains and brands as a strategic partner, so they might not manage/own all of their hotels, however, ALL – Accor Live Limitless covers:

  • 21c Museum Hotels
  • 25 Hours
  • Adagio access
  • Angsana
  • Aparthotel Adagio
  • Art Series
  • Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts
  • BreakFree
  • Delano
  • Emblems Collection
  • Faena
  • Fairmont Hotels and Resorts
  • Grand Mercure
  • greet
  • hotelF1
  • Hyde
  • ibis
  • ibis Styles
  • ibis budget
  • Jo&Joe
  • Mama Shelter
  • Mantis
  • Mantra
  • Mercure
  • MGallery
  • Mondrian
  • Morgans Originals
  • Mövenpick
  • Novotel
  • Orient Express
  • Peppers
  • Pullman
  • Raffles Hotels and Resorts
  • Rixos
  • SLS
  • SO/
  • Sofitel
  • Sofitel Legend
  • Swissôtel
  • The Sebel
  • Tribe

How many hotels are in the Accor group?

Currently, Accor has more than 5,100 hotels in 110 countries globally.

Does Accor have a credit card?

Currently, Accor doesn’t have a U.S. co-branded credit card. It has a credit card issued in France, and this is slated to expand to other European countries.

Does Accor own Fairmont?

Yes, Accor owns Fairmont.

Is Accor part of Marriott?

No, Accor is a separate hotel company from Marriott.

Is InterContinental part of Accor?

No, InterContinental is part of InterContinental Hotels Group, which is a competitor to Accor.

Is Sofitel part of Accor?

Yes, Sofitel is a luxury brand within the Accor portfolio.

What happened to Le Club AccorHotels?

The Le Club AccorHotels program was replaced with the ALL – Accor Live Limitless program in 2020.

Stephen Au

About Stephen Au

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Stephen has been privileged to enjoy many premium cabin products and 5-star hotels. A petroleum engineer by trade, Stephen caught the travel bug in college when he traveled to Asia several times. After 2 years of continual promotions, Stephen quit his safe and secure career path in favor of entrepreneurship.

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