Kimpton Karma Rewards Annual Sale Plus Double Stay Credits

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Kimpton Karma Rewards has launched their annual sale for bookings made by October 26, 2014 on stays between October 23, 2014 and March 1, 2015. The amount of discount varies by property, but all bookings earn double stay credits and their sale page says prices are the lowest they’ve been all year.

I love that they published an easy to see list of participating properties (organized by city) along with restrictions –

Alexandria | Old Town Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $119
Alexandria | Old Town Lorien Hotel&Spa7 days a week from $129
Alexandria | Old Town Morrison House 7 days a week from $119

Baltimore | Inner Harbor Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $109

Boston | Downtown Nine Zero Hotel 7 days a week from $139
Boston | Downtown Onyx Hotel 7 days a week from $119

Cambridge | Greater Boston Hotel Marlowe 7 days a week from $109

Chicago | Downtown Hotel Allegro 7 days a week from $119
Chicago | Downtown Hotel Burnham 7 days a week from $129
Chicago | Downtown Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $129
Chicago | Downtown Hotel Palomar 7 days a week from $139

Cupertino | Silicon Valley Cypress Hotel Fri-Sat only+holidays from $129

Dallas | University Park / SMU Hotel Lumen 7 days a week from $159

La Jolla | The Shores Hotel La Jolla 7 days a week from $149

Los Angeles | Miracle Mile Hotel Wilshire Thu. – Sun. only from $245
Los Angeles | Westwood Hotel Palomar 7 days a week from $220

Miami | Downtown Waterfront EPIC Hotel 7 days a week from $249
Miami | South Beach Surfcomber 7 days a week from $179
Miami | South Beach The Angler’s 7 days a week from $189

Minneapolis | Downtown The Grand Hotel Thu. – Sun. only from $109

New York City | Chelsea Eventi Thu. – Sun. only from $199
New York City | Hell’s Kitchen Ink48 Thu. – Sun. only from $189
New York City | Murray Hill 70 park avenue Thu. – Sun. only from $179
New York City | Theater District Muse Hotel Thu. – Sun. only from $199

Philadelphia | Downtown Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $129
Philadelphia | Downtown Hotel Palomar 7 days a week from $129

Portland | Downtown Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $159
Portland | Downtown Vintage Plaza 7 days a week from $159

Salt Lake City | Downtown Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $119

San Diego | Gaslamp District Hotel Palomar 7 days a week from $139
San Diego | Gaslamp District Hotel Solamar 7 days a week from $139

San Francisco | Downtown Hotel Palomar 7 days a week from $159
San Francisco | Fisherman’s Wharf Argonaut Hotel 7 days a week from $209
San Francisco | Japantown Hotel Tomo Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $135
San Francisco | Union Square Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $149
San Francisco | Union Square Hotel Triton Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $129
San Francisco | Union Square Prescott Hotel 7 days a week from $149
San Francisco | Union Square Sir Francis Drake Hotel 7 days a week from $139
San Francisco | Waterfront Harbor Court HotelThu. – Sun. + holidaysfrom $139

Santa Barbara | Goleta The Goodland 7 days a week from $159
Santa Barbara | Santa Barbara Canary Hotel Sun. – Thu. only from $240

Savannah | Historic District The Brice 7 days a week from $159

Seattle | Downtown Hotel Monaco 7 days a week from $159

Vero Beach | Oceanfront Location Vero Beach Hotel + Spa 7 days a week from $199

Washington | Downtown Donovan House Thu. – Sun. only from $109
Washington | Downtown Hotel Helix Thu. – Sun. only from $99
Washington | Dupont Circle Hotel Madera Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $109
Washington | Dupont Circle Hotel Palomar Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $109
Washington | Dupont Circle Hotel Rouge Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $99
Washington | Dupont Circle Topaz Hotel Thu. – Sun. + holidays from $99

Here’s a booking link.

Use promotional code NOW14 when booking. Note that there are some blackout dates.

Checking the calendar for November 28 at the San Diego Gaslamp property, the price was $139. The calendar function on their website works well and there was plenty of availability at the sale price.

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When looking at Ink48 in New York the annual sale price is advertised as starting at $189, for Thursday-Sunday bookings only. I tried the sample date of Friday November 28, 2014 and the sale price came to $369. Not a very low price at all.

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Just because it says annual sale doesn’t mean it is the best rate out there, but you get double stay credits where with some of the other prices you don’t. Checking the same date for the Ink48 property with the code removed there were several other promotions going on that were much cheaper. There was even a special one for Thanksgiving that included a movie, milk & cookies!

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This sale is a great chance to get their lowest rates during certain dates.

Terms & Conditions:

Welcome to the terms and conditions, a.k.a. “small print,” where we are obliged to let you know that this Kimpton Karma Rewards Exclusive is subject to availability and valid for stays Oct 23, 2014 – March 1, 2015. Offer must be booked by Oct. 26, 2014 under the Kimpton Karma Annual Sale rate code. The world being the way it is, additional taxes and fees may apply. Not valid in conjunction with any other promotions or offers. Members will receive double credit for nights and stays for each paid reservation in their member profile. The bonus credit will appear in the member’s account within 30 days checking-out of their hotel stay. Not valid for discounted or negotiated rates, groups or existing reservations. Certain restrictions and blackout dates may apply. The following hotels are not participating in this offer: Sky Hotel, Monaco Denver, Palomar Phoenix, Amara Resort & Spa, FireSky Resort & Spa, RiverPlace, Hotel Vintage, Alexis, Monaco Washington DC, The George. Finally, Kimpton Hotels reserves the right to cancel reservations booked with erroneous room rates.

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