Spring Has Arrived at Radisson Blu — Along With a New Promotion
Today is the first day of spring — and the Club Carlson frequent guest loyalty program is celebrating with a promotion where you can earn up to 25,000 bonus Gold Points on eligible stays through May 31, 2014 at 63 participating Radisson Blu hotel properties in eleven countries in Europe and North America.
You must register for this promotion before April 30, 2014 and book your eligible stay before May 30, 2014 — and you will earn Gold Points when you stay:
- One night and earn 1,000 bonus Gold Points
- Two nights and earn 2,000 bonus Gold Points
- Three nights or greater and earn 3,000 bonus Gold Points
Here is the list of hotel properties participating in the promotion:
Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Düsseldorf
Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin
Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt
Radisson Blu Hotel, Bremen
Radisson Blu Hotel, Dortmund
Radisson Blu Hotel, Cologne
Radisson Blu Resort Schloss Fleesensee
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Göteborg
Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel, Göteborg
Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmö
Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel, Stockholm
Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm
Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm
Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm (Solna)
Radisson Blu Arlanda Hotel, Stockholm (Arlanda)
Radisson Blu Sky City hotel, Stockholm (Arlanda)
Radisson Blu Hotel, Uppsala
Radisson Blu Hotel, Ålesund
Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Bergen
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen
Radisson Blu Hotel, Bodø
Radisson Blu Hotel, Haugesund
Radisson Blu Lillehammer Hotel, Lillehammer
Radisson Blu Caledonien Hotel, Kristiansand
Radisson Blu Polar Hotel, Spitsbergen
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Oslo
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo
Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo
Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Oslo
Radisson Blu Hotel, Oslo Alna — Expected to open in April of 2014
Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Stavanger
Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil
Radisson Blu Hotel, Tromsø
Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
Radisson Blu Hotel, Trondheim Airport
Radisson Blu Resort, Beitostølen
The rate must be eligible to earn Gold Points. An eligible stay is one or more consecutive nights paying a qualifying rate that is spent in the same hotel property — regardless of the number of times you check in or check out of that hotel property — which occur and post to your Club Carlson frequent guest loyalty program account.
A qualifying rate is any rate that is eligible to earn Gold Points in the Club Carlson frequent guest loyalty program. A maximum of 25,000 bonus Gold Points per member may be earned for this Offer. Multiple rooms charged to the same member during the same stay will only count as one stay.
Bonus Gold Points are in addition to the standard Gold Points awarded for an eligible stay. Eligible stays with a date of departure after May 31, 2014 — even if the stay includes nights within the promotional period — are not eligible for this promotion.
This offer is not valid for existing reservations; and it may not be used in conjunction with any other package, promotion, group or convention rate, or any other discounted rate.
Other terms and conditions may apply.
FlyerTalk members are generally disappointed with this promotion, as the Club Carlson frequent guest loyalty program — of which major changes were announced last month — once had promotions which were more generous. One example was where you could have earned 50,000 Club Carlson Gold Points for staying one night in a Radisson hotel property.
“What a crappy promotion…especially considering that these are simply the points you would’ve gotten anyway with the booking promo offered prior to it’s removal”, opined FlyerTalk member FlyingHigh20. “I suspect Club Carlson to continue to go in decline. They just cant play with the big boys and aren’t trying to really gain customers.”
FlyerTalk member littlemookie agrees that the Club Carlson frequent guest loyalty program is not “ready for prime time, but their issues are far deeper than crappy promos. Their US properties need a major overhaul, including a larger footprint, better QC, and a renewed focus on what type of hotel chain they want to be. The Radisson brand in the US is horrid for the most part, although I think CI&S has a lot of potential. The Radisson Blu rollout in the US is progressing at a glacial pace and I just don’t see the branded credit cards really giving them more than anything more than a short term boost.”
Do you agree with the sentiments posted by FlyingHigh20 and littlemookie?