Small Luxury Hotels of the World 30% Off

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World is having a sale where you can get 30% off the best available rate at participating hotels booked by midnight GMT August 3, 2016. Stays must be between August 1 and October 31, 2016.

Rather than having one group of participating properties offer the 30% off for the entire period, there are separate links and hotel lists for each month of the sale. Some of the properties remain constant on the list, while others are only available at the sale rate for one month.

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If you aren’t yet a member and want to book a hotel during the sale, it makes sense to sign up first. General members, or “special members” as they are called, get complimentary room upgrades based on availability.

Plus, right now SLH (Small Luxury Hotels for short) is offering free instant elite status so free daily breakfast for two is included at all hotels.

The drawback on this sale is that the rates are prepaid, non-changeable, and non-refundable. If you’re sure of your plans though, there are some savings especially if you are elite and get free breakfast included along with late check-out (based on availability).

Here’s a link to the sale page.

Terms & Conditions:

Please note, this rate must be paid in full at the time of booking and is non-changeable and non-refundable. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotion and payment cannot be made using an SLH Gift Certificate. Savings are against the Best Available Rate and a minimum stay may apply. All reservations must be completed by 4pm UK time, Wednesday 3rd August. This offer is strictly subject to hotel availability during the offer period and may be withdrawn by SLH at any time before the advertised book by time and date. Please refer to full terms and conditions at time of booking.

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