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IHG has released their list of PointBreaks hotels for the next 3 months. Starting on Monday, January 24th, you can book the following list of hotels for just 5,000 IHG Rewards Club points for stays between January 25th, 2016 and April 30th, 2016.
PointBreaks represent the best redemption values for IHG properties.Given that you can indirectly purchase IHG Rewards Club points via cash + points for just 0.7 cents per point, this means these hotels are available for just $35 per night! While the list is limited, if you’re planning on traveling to any of these places, you can save a lot of money & points, especially if you do some research on where properties are actually located. For example, last year I stayed at the Holiday Inn in West Helsinki on a PointBreak, and it was conveniently located a short 5 minute subway ride away from the central train station. It’s available again, and I recommend it if you’re interested in going to Helsinki.
Click here to go to the IHG website & book your PointBreak! Remember: bookings will be available starting sometime Monday, January 25th, but you can browse the list below to see what’s going to be available & bookmark the page above so you can go back when the list is refreshed & bookings are open.
Be sure to book ASAP as the most popular properties go fast!
Hotels in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East:
Crowne Plaza Guangzhou Zengcheng
Holiday Inn Panjin Aqua City
Crowne Plaza Tianjin Meijiangnan
Crowne Plaza Greater Noida
Holiday Inn Express Hyderabad Gachibowli
Holiday Inn Batam
Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate
Crowne Plaza Toyama
Crowne Plaza Okayama
Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sukhumvit
Crowne Plaza West Hanoi
Holiday Inn Tabuk
Holiday Inn Johannesburg – Rosebank
Holiday Inn Express Sandton – Woodmead
Holiday Inn Townsville
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