Promo: Kimpton San Francisco Sale Starting at $149
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I just received an email from Kimpton that they are offering their Karma Rewards Members special pricing on stays between Thursdays and Sundays at their San Francisco properties, starting at $149. Bookings must be made by November 22, 2014 for stays between November 14, 2014 and February 28, 2015.
Called a Kimpton Karma Rewards Exclusive Offer, there are blackout days that vary by property but the cancellation policy is really good with no penalty if cancelled 24 hours prior to arrival.
Here are the Kimpton hotels that the promotion is for:
Monaco San Francisco
Palomar San Francisco
Sir Francis Drake
Hotel Tomo is also participating.
Here’s a booking link.
Use promotional code SFNOV when booking.
I went to check out the rates for the different properties, and it was easy to do using Kimpton’s calendar feature. Availability at the Monaco San Francisco property looked pretty good at the $149 rate, as well as at some of the other properties.
I haven’t been watching the prices at these properties prior to this promotion, but I do know that hotels in the San Francisco area get expensive especially around the holidays so this may offer some savings.
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 offer is subject to availability and valid for stays from November 14, 2014 through February 28, 2015. Offer must be booked by November 22, 2014 under the rate code of SFNOV. The world being the way it is, additional taxes and fees may apply. Not valid in conjunction with any other promotions or offers. Not valid for discounted or negotiated rates, groups or existing reservations. Certain restrictions and blackout dates may apply. Finally, Kimpton Hotels reserves the right to cancel reservations booked with erroneous room rates.
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