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When it comes to luxury hotel brands, Rosewood is one of the best, but since it’s not part of any major loyalty program, it can be hard to justify a pricey stay at one of their hotels.
That’s why we’re especially excited to learn that, when you book a two- or three-night stay at select Rosewood properties this summer, you’ll get an additional night free. Twenty-five of Rosewood’s 27 hotels are participating in the promotion, and some of them are brand new.
The brand’s flagship, the Rosewood Hong Kong, just opened in March with some of the largest rooms in the city, eight restaurants and bars and the first urban outpost of Asaya, the brand’s wellness concept. Rooms and suites in the 65-story tower boast fantastic views of the harbor and the skyline. Book three nights between now and Sept. 30 and you’ll get the fourth night free.
You could also be one of the first guests at the Rosewood Bangkok, which opened on March 31 in a 30-story high-rise towering over the central business and retail district with 159 luxurious rooms starring stunning city views, four restaurants and bars and a spa. Book three nights there and you’ll also get the fourth consecutive night free, as long as you travel between May 3 and Oct. 31. You could easily combine this offer with a stay at the Rosewood Phuket, which is offering the third consecutive night free when you book two nights, plus complimentary breakfast at the resort’s Red Sauce restaurant.
The Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito is another new hotel to consider. Located just 15 minutes away from Santa Barbara, the property was an instant hit when it opened in February as Montecito’s most anticipated beachfront hotel. Book two nights there between April 19 and Aug. 29 and you’ll get the third consecutive night free.
The Carlyle Hotel in New York is participating, too. That property is so iconic it was the subject of the recent documentary, “Always at the Carlyle,” which featured cameos by George Clooney, Anjelica Houston, the late Anthony Bourdain and a host of other celebrities.
At the legendary Hôtel de Crillon in Paris, you’ll have to spend more upfront to get the complimentary night. The historic property reopened in 2017 after a four-year renovation that brought it squarely into the present with an ultra-glamorous design, a see-and-be-seen bar and three restaurants. Book four nights between now and Dec. 30, and you’ll get the fifth night for free.
The best part? All of the participating hotels are also members of American Express’s Fine Hotels & Resorts program, which gives cardholders with The Platinum Card® from American Express, or Centurion-branded card, elite-like perks, including space-available upgrades, daily breakfast for two, guaranteed late check out and more.
Best of all, card members can now earn 5x Membership Rewards points on prepaid Fine Hotels & Resorts bookings or use Membership Rewards Pay With Points to cover all or part of a Fine Hotels & Resorts stay.
Either way you spin it, there’s no better time than now to book a Rosewood stay.
Featured photo of the pool at the Rosewood Miramar Beach courtesy of Rosewood.
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