RSVP Rewards offers high status to Visa Infinite cardholders

VANCOUVER, BC, October 13, 2022 /CNW/ – RSVP Rewards, a loyalty program to reward members for their stays at Sandman, Sandman Signature and The Sutton Place hotels across CanadaUnited States, England and Scotlandannounce a collaboration with Visa Canada to offer eligible Visa cardholders access to the high status of the RSVP Rewards program.

One of the most trusted hotel brands in CanadaSandman Hotel Group is proud to invite all eligible Canadian Visa Infinite cardholders to enroll in the Visa RSVP Rewards benefit and enjoy the high status of the RSVP Rewards program:

  • Visa Infinite® and Visa Infinite Business® cardholders will qualify for Platinum status in the RSVP Rewards program.
  • Visa Infinite Privilege® cardholders will enjoy Diamond status in the RSVP Rewards program.

No minimum spend is required and as soon as eligible Canadian Visa cardholders register onlinethey’re ready to start earning points and enjoying their status benefits for every qualifying stay at over 60 participating hotels in CanadaUnited States, England and Scotland.

“2022 has been about rediscovering travel – both near and far – which is why we’re thrilled to partner with Visa Canada to bring the best RSVP Rewards benefits to even more Canadians. As a family-owned business, Sandman Hotel Group has been bringing people together for nearly 60 years, and RSVP Rewards enables our valued guests to make the most of their well-deserved adventures.” – said Fiona McFaulVice President of Marketing, Sandman Hotel Group.

Canadians welcome the chance to travel again with domestic and international trips, increasing up to 11 times more since 2021. Guests want to spend more time enjoying a hotel experience and improving their stay at Sandman or The Sutton Place hotels. RSVP Rewards offers eligible Canadian Visa Infinite, Visa Infinite Business and Visa Infinite Privilege cardholders benefits and privileges exclusive to Platinum and Diamond members:

More points: Platinum and Diamond cardholders earn 7 and 9 RSVP reward points (respectively) per dollar spent.

Access to the hotel lounge:
Enjoy free access to a beautiful, quiet space to relax or work at select locations.

Free room upgrades: Take your stay to another level at no additional cost.

Early check-in and late check-out: Start your vacation earlier and stay longer.

Rate reserved for members:
All RSVP Rewards members can enjoy exclusive rates at Sandman, Sandman Signature and The Sutton Place hotels throughout the year.

Free breakfast box: Enjoy a complimentary breakfast box in the morning or receive a gift card to one of the brand’s well-known restaurants on site.

Discount on meals on site:
Enjoy 10-15% off dining at any of our signature on-site restaurants during your stay, from the elegant Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar at the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver to Chop Steakhouse & Bar, Moxies, Denny’s, and more.

“We are thrilled to partner with RSVP Rewards to provide eligible cardholders with access to more benefits when traveling in Canada. Through this program, we hope to spur exploration and help connect Canadians to the people, places and businesses that matter to them. –
said Brian WeinerVice President and Head of Product and Digital, Visa Canada.

For more information and to register, visit the Sandman Hotel Group Visa RSVP benefits page, check out this blog and follow Sandman @sandmanhotels or The Sutton Place Hotels @suttonplacehotels on social media.

About Sandman Hotel Group

Sandman Hotel Group is a collection of budget, midscale and upscale hotel brands present in 5 countries around the world. It is owned and operated by Northland Properties Corporation – the force behind well-known brands such as The Sutton Place Hotels, Denny’s CanadaMoxies, Chop Steakhouse & Bar, Shark Club, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Grouse Mountain, Dallas Stars NHL Team and Northland Asset Management Company.

SOURCE Sandman Hotels, Inns & Suites

For further information: Sandman Hotel Group Media Contact, Fiona McFaul, Vice President, Marketing, 1.778.316.1659, [email protected]

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