500 Virgin America Elevate Points for Viceroy Hotel Stays
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Virgin America is teaming up with Viceroy Hotels, and Elevate members can now earn 500 points per stay at participating Viceroy hotels.
The Viceroy Boutique chain has a handful of properties located in the US, about the same in Mexico/Caribbean, Europe/Middle East, and recently they’ve added one in the Maldives. They are also a partner of Etihad Guest, whose current offering with them is quadruple miles through end of 2014.
Here is the list of participating properties where you can earn Virgin America Elevate points, and booking links –
Selecting a random date of Saturday night September 20 at their property in Miami, I found a rate of $206 that included breakfast and was fully refundable up until 72 hours before check-in. Pretty good.
If you haven’t stayed at a Viceroy property before, the Riviera Maya property even happens to be in the FHR (Fine Hotels & Resorts) program for 2014 by American Express which offers Platinum and Centurion cardholders extra benefits like daily complimentary breakfast, possible room upgrades, late check-out, and a local amenity that varies by property.
Plus, the Viceroy Riviera Maya is offering 35% off, $100 resort credit, and free breakfast for two for all stays before December 21, 2014. Here’s a separate link to that promotion.
Terms & Conditions:
Please notify the hotel of your Elevate membership number at check-in. Please allow 4-6 weeks for points to be posted to members accounts. Only available for new completed reservations. Not available for cancelled reservations or no-shows. Elevate membership numbers will not be accepted after check-out. Only at participating Viceroy hotels.
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