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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

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.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Accor and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (47)

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  • Night life says:

    I have on mine 🙂

  • Amy says:

    Not on my AMEX plat 🙁

    • Sez says:

      Me either

      • Andrew J says:

        Article needs updating as it says it’s open to all, which isn’t the case.

        • Rob says:

          It is. Amex has emailed the press telling everyone it is. If you can’t register its an IT thing or you are in default.

          • Skywalker says:

            Has this IT thing been fixed yet?

            I’m not in default 🙂

          • Skywalker says:

            (Just checked, P2 received on free MR card. Nothing on Platinum)

          • Steve says:

            Amex Support say otherwise. Conditional offer.

          • Rob says:

            Conditional on not being in default or a handful of other things. You seriously think Amex wants press coverage for this offer just to annoy a chunk of users who don’t qualify? They are not totally dim.

          • Steve says:

            They’re certainly dim enough to balls up the roll out of this “global” offer.

    • SteveJ says:

      This offer is screwed. Not available for a lot of cardholders, no defaults.

      • Steve says:

        In their efforts to not annoy a chunk of users who don’t quality, they’ve managed to annoy a chunk of users.

  • bigdave says:

    Got the 10% offer on my Green Card
    but not gonna end up using it

  • Smid says:

    That has to be one of the worst amex sites I’ve seen. Awful, useless, requires location (you can’t enter a postcode), crashes and hangs constantly.

  • Chas says:

    Something’s gone wrong with their location cookies. I clicked “no” to the question “Do you want to share your location” (or similar), as I’m in France and location isn’t relevant. Yet every restaurant listed is telling me that it “5xx miles away”…..

  • Steve in Croydon says:

    The website is another piece of badly coded Internet cr@p. It’s taken 8 goes to get it to actually load, it grinds away blocking other PC programs, the map says “Coming Soon”, it tries to personalise offers for you (based upon what) and never completes that worthless function.
    Basically on par with and – BUG-RIDDEN AND UNTESTED.

  • RussellH says:

    I have the offer, and there is even one restaurant in the local town.

    But what an appalling website! Seems only to even half work on Chrome-based browsers, whose interface I hate. Total failure to load anything at all on Firefox.

    And Amex seem to have recently buggered about with the code for selecting offers recently – I have to switch browser just to do that.

  • AndyQ9 says:

    Not for me, but I did find £20 back on a £60 spend a Nespresso, which will is good for some people.

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