Earn Up to Two Free Nights With Starwood When You Pay With Your MasterCard in Europe, Middle East and Africa

Editor’s note: The title of this article originally included Asia instead of the correct continent, which is Africa. I apologize for the error and have corrected it.

Y ou will enjoy an extra night free of charge when you use your MasterCard credit card to pay for your room rate and book a stay with a minimum of two nights at participating hotel and resort properties of Starwood Hotels and Resorts across the Europe, Africa and Middle East region through Saturday, December 31, 2016 — and this offer is only valid for a minimum length of three nights and a maximum length of four nights for your stay.

Another variation of this promotion is that you will enjoy two nights free of charge if you stay a minimum of four nights — and this version of the offer is only valid for both a minimum and maximum length of six nights for your stay.

Book your reservation via the Internet; or call 1-877-782-0150 and ask for promotion code M3D.

Earn Up to Two Free Nights With Starwood When You Pay With Your MasterCard in Europe, Middle East and Africa

You are required to use your MasterCard credit card to reserve and book your reservations in advance — as well as pay for your stay in full in advance with your MasterCard credit card, which will be charged at the time your book your reservation.

Reservations cannot be changed; are paid in advance and are not refundable. If the reservation is cancelled, you will forfeit the total room charge plus tax; and you will not receive any credit for any unused free nights if you check out early.

All aforementioned versions of this offer are based on the best available unrestricted retail room rates of Starwood Hotels and Resorts; and they apply to the hotel room rate and room tax only. You must pay for the other hotel charges, service charges and applicable taxes — other than the room rate and the room tax — in accordance with your agreement with the hotel or resort property. The basic room rates — which are per room per night based on single or double occupancy — do not include additional per room per night charges which may be imposed; or state and local taxes.

Arrival days may vary for each hotel and resort property. This offer is subject to availability, as a limited number of rooms may be available at these rates.

This promotion is not valid for bookings for groups of five rooms or more.

You cannot combine this offer with other offers or promotions; and this offer is subject to change.

Other terms and conditions apply.


You can also use your MasterCard credit card to pay for your room rate when you book a stay with a minimum of one night at greater than 400 participating hotel and resort properties of AccorHotels in 17 countries across the Asia Pacific region through Monday, October 31, 2016, and you will enjoy both free Wi-Fi access to the Internet and complimentary breakfast for two.

Disheartening is that there is no consolidated list of which hotel and resort properties are participating in this promotion nor is there a list of blackout dates; so while it is most likely that the hotel or resort property at which you plan to stay is participating in this offer, it appears that the only way to find out is to use the Find & Book functionality here — without completing the booking of your reservation.

If you intend to take advantage of this particular promotion from Starwood Hotels and Resorts — from which you can potentially save a few hundred dollars, depending on the hotel or resort property — ensure that you are able to comply with the restrictions associated with this offer.

Source: Excelsior Hotel Gallia, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Milan — which is one of the hotel properties participating in this promotion.

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