Royal Jordanian’s Royal Club members to earn Award Miles for every 1 USD spent on hotel night stays and other services from HMH Hotels In the UAE and Jordan

Feb


Through this collaboration, Royal Club members staying at any of HMH distinctive hotel brands (BAHI, CORAL, CORP, and ECOS) throughout the UAE and Jordan will earn Royal Club Award Miles for each US$1 they spend on accommodation or services, thus making their experience more rewarding. Royal Club Award Miles can be exchanged for tickets with Royal Jordanian and its oneworld alliance partners, for cabin upgrades, excess baggage allowance or products and gift cards on offer through Royal Club’s online Rewards Store.

 

Yola Isaac, Head of Frequent Flyer Department said: “We are delighted to partner up with HMH and to welcome five distinctive hotel brands to our program for our members to enjoy new memorable experiences and additional rewards.

We are constantly working to expand our partners network especially in the region, to cater for the needs and preferences of our valued members and to provide them with additional benefits while enjoying the distinguished array of products and services offered by our partners”.

 

‘We are always looking for ways to enhance our hospitality experience, both for our guests staying with us and for residents visiting the wonderful restaurants and facilities,’ commented (Haytham Abdelaziz, HMH Director of Operations).

 

Our aim through the HMH alliance and partner program is to reward guest loyalty with attractive, attainable rewards, and as one of the region’s most exciting frequent flyer programs, we are delighted to  introduce  Royal Club in participating hotels in the UAE and Jordan. Members will be able to take those miles and unlock great travel related rewards, plus shop online at the Royal Club Rewards Store.’

               

About HMH

Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH – Hospitality Management Holding is a fully integrated hotel management company that prides itself for being the largest operator in the dry sector within the region. HMH provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of world-class management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from luxury to lifestyle. These include Bahi Hotels & Resorts, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels. HMH’s strategic expansion in the Middle East and North Africa has been successful in unlocking a world of opportunities while creating value for its stakeholders, associates, staff members and customers. The existing portfolio is located in some of the most desirable destinations across the MENA region, with a pipeline of hotels under development to grow HMH’s regional footprint even further.

 

For more information about HMH please visit http://www.hmhhotelgroup.com/
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