This is the first Leading Hotels of the World Leaders Club Private Sale of 2015.
Unlike my favorite Leaders Club double stay credits flash sales which are irresistible if you catch them at the right moment, this particular private sale offers some nice discounts but doesn’t make me rush to rearrange my holiday plans.
The deal is that Leaders Club members can save up to 50% on select Leading Hotels of the World luxury hotels for a limited time. To take advantage of these savings, you must book Private Sale rates on the Leading Hotels of the World website at participating hotels by March 1, 2015.
So my thoughts are that you are on to a winner if you live in Berlin. The Hotel Palace Berlin is the cheapest hotel partaking in the offer with nights at £57.31 GBP in April. So if you wanted to mattress run, you could, in theory, stay here for 5 separate stays to achieve a free night at any Leading Hotels of the World for just £285 GBP in total. In the high season, most LHW hotels come in at around £600 GBP, so you could make a nice saving if you can bear the hassle (most couldn’t!). Of course, this is only relevant if you are a resident in or near Berlin!
Otherwise, rates are good but not jaw-droppingly good. You can snag a stay in Florence from around £107 GBP per night this month, the Langham London comes in at £290 GBP this month. The gobsmackingly beautiful Rayavadee in Thailand (pictured) offers a potential 40% off, but I couldn’t find any date where this private sale rate was available. Like I said, good, but I won’t be changing my plans. I will be keeping an eye out for another double stay credit sale.
Remember, your stay credits now no longer expire as long as you remain an active member of the Leaders Club, so the credits you earn during this Private Sale will carry over from one membership year to the next. Also, remember that once you have earned a complimentary night, this will still expire a year after issue.
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