Rooms are currently just 25,000 Priority Club points compared with 35,000 for a normal Indigo.
Junior Suites are available for many nights at this rate too. I have just booked my parents-in-law in for a couple of nights. Tripadvisor reviews so far are very positive.
The location is just a few seconds walk from Earls Court tube station, which is good for pretty much everywhere. Unlike the other Priority Club bargains in London I flagged recently, it is also on the right side of London for Heathrow.
If you are interested in booking it, I recommend you do so today in case it shoots up in price with the changes – you can always cancel later for a full refund. Whilst in theory you can still ring up to book hotels at the ‘old’ rates until March 18th, there is no guarantee that you would still get this for 25,000 points as the standard Indigo rate in London is 35,000.
Remember that Indigo hotels offer free wi-fi and free mini-bars (presumably only soft drinks in there?).
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