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Get 25% off UK Accor hotels for NHS staff (Novotel, Ibis, Sofitel, Mercure, MGallery etc)

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Accor, which runs the Ibis, Novotel, Mercure, Sofitel etc hotel brands, is offering a discount of up to 25% on many UK hotels to NHS staff.

The offers runs until 31st December.

There are very few conditions, except that NHS ID must be shown at check-in.  All rooms are cancellable.  I would assume that you also earn Accor Live Limitless points as usual.

The deals appear to be ‘genuine’ although not always at 25%.  For example, Novotel London Blackfriars (we reviewed Novotel London Blackfriars here) is £242 for a two-night stay from 11th-13th September under this offer.  You can also book higher room categories, such as a suite for £361 for two nights.

Switch off the NHS discount and the price jumps to £268 for a standard room and £420 for the suite.  This clearly isn’t 25% off, but it is a saving.

You MUST book via this special page of the Accor website to see the NHS rates.

Accor Live Limitless update – April 2023:

Earn bonus Accor points: Accor is not currently running a global promotion

New to Accor Live Limitless?  Read our review of Accor Live Limitless here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our analysis of what Accor Live Limitless points are worth is here.

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Comments (71)

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  • Paul Watkins says:

    Hi , re the new debit card legislation: does the Tesco debit card give you clubcard points?

    • Rob says:

      With HMRC, yes, because it is not classed as a financial institution.

    • Graham says:

      Yes, definitely gives Clubcard points at 1/£8. I’m been using it on and off for years, with little breaks for Curve and Capital on Tap.

  • John-Paul says:

    Hey Everyone

    I love looking for a deal and you cannot beat a great discount code for a hotel stay. But this is a code designed for key workers from the NHS who deserve a decent reward for their hard work.

    Anyone who thinks it is appropriate to use this for a cheap stay when they have nothing to do with the NHS, is just a cheapo cheat and I would emplore the poster to remove this.


    • Rhys says:

      An NHS id must be shown at check-in, so it’s fairly difficult to abuse this promotion!

      • Lady London says:

        plus interestingly a lot of NHS staff who use it probably work in roles that have nothing whatsoever to do with Covid.

        I dont begrudge them the discount, even though working for the NHS does not make someone a saint.

        It’s just segmented discounting and right now offering it to NHS staff is a very socially accepted way to offer a 25% discount without this lowering of prices devaluing the product.

        I have no doubt that so long as business remains slow, as soon as hotels can identify other segments they can offer discounts to they will be doing so.

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