FEATURED: Kigali Marriott guests celebrate loyalty program

It was all joy as Kigali Marriott guests joined the Marriott international to celebrate the first anniversary after the joint loyalty program dubbed the Marriott Bonvoy was launched.

Marriott Bonvoy is a combination of Marriott Rewards, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG), which has over 120 million members worldwide.

“Today is a special day for Marriott international. The Marriott Bonvoy is a travel program that encourages travelers to travel in over 30 brands, in over 7000 hotels worldwide,” Juddy Tindi, Front Office Manager at Kigali Marriott Hotel.

Members get a range of hotel benefits; free internet, earn and redeem points at Marriott properties all over the world, they can upgrade from one hotel level to another, among others.

“It depends on which level you are. By signing up and staying at Marriott hotels, you earn points and credits toward your elite status. The higher your elite status, the better benefits you get.”

“With every dollar you spend, you earn points. With the points earned you are able to redeem a stay at one of the hotels using the points, points are earned depending on what you spend at the hotels and the length of your stay.”

To be a Marriot Bonvoy member, one has to sign up via the website marriottbonvoy.com or simply visit any Marriott Hotel reception desk and share your details, which is free by the way. “It is very easy to enroll at our Hotel front desk and also online.”

There is also the Marriott Bonvoy mobile app. “This application is only accessible to members. It is very simple to use; one can check-in online or even get a mobile key. They can also request for their hotel services and amenities online.”

The cocktail attendees; Marriott Bonvoy members and Marriott customers enjoyed Marriott’s culinary experience in the presidential suite and cut a cake to celebrate this great milestone.

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