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Accor Live Limitless has launched a new promotion for its European resort hotels. Full details are here.

You will receive triple Accor Live Limitless base points (so 7.5 points per €1 spent, plus any elite bonus) at participating properties. Here is a PDF of participating hotels.

As each Accor point is worth exactly 2 Eurocents off a future booking, you are getting credits worth 15% of your ex-VAT spending with this offer. Elite members will do even better.

Fairmont Windsor Park triple points promotion

The UK list takes a few liberties with the idea of a ‘resort’. You’ve got:

I was at Fairmont St Andrews over New Year and, whilst lacking the charm of Gleneagles or Turnberry (it’s a new build) it is in a great spot on the east coast.

Fairmont Windsor Park, pictured above, is one that I have been meaning to try since it opened. Oddly I’ve heard very little about it from readers, even though it is meant to be competing with Four Seasons Hampshire etc for luxury weekend breaks for Londoners. I may be persuaded to give it a go now.

Here are the rules:

Hotels in Greece and Cyprus will also offer double points for stays between 26th June and 10th September.

Click here to register and find out more.

Our two-part HfP review of Accor Live Limitless starts here.

Accor Live Limitless update – September 2023:

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

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Comments (47)

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  • vol says:

    I don’t see the 10% offer in my offers section and I hold a Platinum card 😳

    • Andrew J says:

      +1. It’s only on my Gold. So it’s either not on the Platinum card and Rob has been misinformed by Amex, or like all offers it’s subject to the roulette of being targeted – although the article doesn’t read that way, and again, Rob has been misinformed by Amex that it’s open to all.

      • Tariq says:

        Or they’re still in the process of loading it.

        I have it on my Platinum MR credit card (the no fee platinum coloured version of the ARCC).

      • Rob says:

        Amex has sent out a press release saying it is open to all.

    • letBAgonesbe says:

      I don’t have it on my platinum Amex either.

    • Rob says:

      Nothing on my Platinum card offers

    • Andrew says:

      It was on my Platinum card but no restaurants within 15 miles. Whilst not in London I’m not in the back of beyond!

  • Dare2Dream says:

    I don’t see the 10% offer either and I also hold an Amex Plat. Hmmm

  • Nick says:

    Any other HfP readers heading for the O2 for the Elton John gigs, there are a couple of outlets there on the list.

  • Richard says:

    My wife and I stayed at fairmont Windsor Park around a year ago, it was rammed full of wedding parties, the team were so overwhelmed with the vast amount of guests that we were simply caught up in the melee. We decided that there are plenty of other hotels who would value our custom so we wouldn’t be returning. Their goodwill gesture offer after a chat with management didn’t convince me they valued our custom either.

    • JDB says:

      Haven’t been to the Windsor Fairmont but not at all surprised by the negative comments. Fairmont used to be a very good independent but within Accor (whose sole focus is brand acquisition) Fairmont has lost the plot. Savoy a shadow of its former self, even flagships like wonderfully located Château Frontenac very second rate (but expensive), Monaco diabolical and have heard terrible recent report from Del Mar Fairmont. Accor is run by bean counters not proper hoteliers, so corner cutting on everything from fittings to staffing and training is prioritised. Accor has also managed to ruin Raffles in Singapore whose wonderful charm, decor and natural hospitality has been industrialised.

      Windsor I think has been particularly aimed at hosting big corporate events for international companies being near LHR. Basically very commercial / transactional – guests who only ever go once so you get away with a substandard offering.

      • WaynedP says:

        I stayed on a Thursday night last month in a so-called “King Eaves Room” as a guest of one of my company’s suppliers at their client conference.

        Website tells me I could book the same (most basic) room as an ALL member for £400 for a Saturday night in early July or £343 for the following Sunday or Monday nights. Add another £24pp for breakfast, which I’m not sure I’d pay myself, although I suspect those prices reflect the post-Covid, post-Brexit, post-Ukraine invasion malaise of over-priced UK hotels, relative to the price levels we all previously enjoyed.

        Experience was good though: great bed, modern, well lit room with effective digital temperature control, great in-room supply of teas/coffee/water, spotless walk-in shower room with great rainfall shower head, separate toilet behind sliding door, fluffy bathrobe & slippers (even in this most basic room type), removable coat-hangers, and a turn-down service complete with chocolate on pillow.

        Hotel seems vast with some nice, stylish guest areas with comfy furniture around grand stairwells with long-drop chandeliers. The more noisy conference-type activity is segregated off to the far (car park side) wing of the building. Didn’t pop into gym or pool area, but food was very good, including breakfast which had a good array of pretty much anything you’d wish for (although I wouldn’t willingly pay £24pp for it).

        At £200 to £250 per night including breakfast I’d definitely consider it for a one or two night weekend break for my wife and me.

  • Jess says:

    It appeared on my platinum card a couple of days ago

  • SV says:

    Rob – wouldn’t bother with FWP – not worth it the cost is high it still feels new, desperate for punters (wedding parties and corp events) and do not have quality of staff as a Ritz Carlton for example…. despite being a stones throw from Windsor Great park (free to everyone else) its has some average garden games and full of international visitors who I buy into the marketing material. As a local it has been badgering me to join the gym after showing some initial interest but doesn’t compete with Coworth Park for setting IMO.

    • JDB says:

      Coworth Park is a vastly superior proposition in every respect. In addition to the setting referred to by @SV it oozes quality and the staff are exceptional – it’s all about the guest. I was once waiting in the lobby and then bar and overheard someone what I thought were some unusual and not entirely reasonable requests, but they were handled with extraordinary aplomb. The food is very good, focussed on local and British produce not messed about, beautifully presented and very light and the wine list is not unreasonably priced. Where I think this place differs from other local pretenders is that it offers serious quality and charming service and hard product with without any airs and graces.

      I much prefer this style to say the Four Seasons that may endlessly call you by your name but the staff lack charm or nous that has, in recent years, been institutionalised out of them.

      • Chas says:

        I’m not familiar with Coworth Park, but it sounds like a gem to tuck away for a special occasion. Is it part of any chain (I had a quick look on ALL and couldn’t see it), or is it standalone? Somewhere Emyr would ordinarily get preferential offers at?

  • paul says:

    Amex restaurant website has map errors and nearest restaurant to me is 35 miles away. I’m not that hungry lol.

  • NFH says:

    I don’t see this offer on my Platinum charge card, but I do see it on my two MR-earning Platinum credit cards.

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