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Whether you like your hotels boutique, chic or cheap – IHG and Kimpton now have you covered. The mega chain is kicking summer into high gear, with up to 30% off top hotels in the Americas from Canada to Argentina and everywhere in between. Yes, that means the USA too. If you’ve been looking for the perfect place to stay during your summer travels, you may now find 30% off the best options. Did somebody say sale?

a bed with pillows and a map above it15-30% Off Americas

IHG and Kimpton are offering up to 30% off hotels for stays from April 26th to July 30th, 2018. Many of the very best hotels all over America, Canada, The Caribbean, Latin America and South America are included. In addition, if you join the IHG Rewards Program (for free), you’ll save up to 10% more for a total of up to 40% off. When you can score a cool Kimpton boutique hotel with that much of a discount, life is good. Explore the sale here.

Book By April 30th

When they say “flash deal” they mean it. These IHG Hotels sales will expire on April 30th, so if you want to save on your next hotel stay with Intercontinental, Kimpton, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and more, then get booking. Summer travel can be one of the most expensive times to stay in hotels, so any discount can go a long way in alleviating the pain!

Major Points Sale Too

If you’re into the points game, or want to potentially hedge your costs on future stays by buying points, IHG is offering an 80% bonus when you buy points. If you maxed out the promotion, you’d get 180,000 points for $1000 US Dollars. At 60,000 points a night for the finest Intercontinental Hotels, you’d be paying about $333.33 per night, which  may be lower than the actual rates. We’re not saying you should do it or not – but it’s a potential opportunity.

Are you taking advantage of this sale?

Featured image courtesy of the Kimpton Rowan, Palm Springs. 

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. While this may make sense for short term usage (and I completely agree that one should buy points with a specific use in mind as buying and hoarding specific airlines miles is not a good idea) given the devaluation (call it enhancement if you wish!) that is mostly due around June 2018, it may not be a good idea to pay for points without a specific usage.


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