Holding an elite status with a hotel loyalty program and have the plastic to prove it? Best Western will now match your hard earned loyalty points to the same tier in its Best Western Rewards program.

If you’re a frequent traveller who has clocked up some impressive hotel miles with some of the world’s renowned hotel programs, then Best Western’s new Status Match… No Catch program is one offer you can’t afford to miss. The hotel group now offers guests a way to use their loyalty points earned with other hotel loyalty programs, by recognising and matching that top-tier status to its equivalent Best Western Rewards tier.

If you live in Australia, New Zealand or Fiji, you can now sign up for the status match online (at www.bestwestern.com.au/hotel-rewards/statusmatch) or present your best loyalty card or online statement to Best Western’s front desk staff at any of its 170 hotels, apartments or resorts in Australia, New Zealand or Fiji.

This means you can start earning Gold, Platinum or Diamond Best Western Rewards perks from the moment you book your next hotel stay.

The entry-level Best Western Rewards Gold tier is easiest to maintain if you stay with Best Western up to 14 nights per year. For more frequent travellers, it’s the Platinum (between 15 to 29 nights) and Diamond (30 plus nights) tiers that promise the most included extras including early check-in and late check-out, personalised perks and up to15 per cent bonus Best Western Rewards points each time you swipe.

Regardless of your status level, Best Western will match yours to its Gold, Platinum or Diamond status based on the equivalent tier in your chosen hotel loyalty program.

Add Best Western’s global hotel loyalty program, Best Western Rewards to your collection. Sign up at www.bestwestern.com.au/hotel-rewards/enrol and benefit from the group’s new Status Match…No Catch upgrade to start earning points on your next Best Western hotel stay.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management

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