Accor is partnering with payment processing platform to drive business owners to its loyalty programme, ALL – Accor Live Limitless.

Through, business owners can earn PayRewards Points while paying business expenses such as rent, payroll, ATO bills and suppliers.

Through this partnership, from April 2, 2024, customers will be able to transfer four PayRewards Points to one ALL Reward point, and convert their PayRewards Points to ALL Reward points to use on accommodation and experiences.

“This partnership isn’t just about rewards — it’s about opening up a world of opportunities by turning business transactions one step closer to a holiday or limitless experience,” said Accor Pacific Chief Operating Officer PM&E, Adrian Williams.

Accor is’s first hotel and experiences transfer partner.

“This collaboration provides an exciting opportunity for business owners to diversify their redemption options, by converting PayRewards Points to ALL Reward points and redeeming the points they earn on their business expenses for hotels, experiences and more,” said CEO, Ed Alder.

ALL – Accor Live Limitless was awarded top honours in two categories at the 2023/2024 Asia Pacific Loyalty Awards

Last week, ALL – Accor Live Limitless was awarded top honours in two categories – Best Overall Loyalty Program Travel – Car Hire, Airline, Accommodation, Airport and Best Overall Loyalty Program Other – Entertainment, Experience, Hospitality – at the 2023/2024 Asia Pacific Loyalty Awards, held by the Australian Loyalty Association.

The company’s premier subscription loyalty programme, Accor Plus, has also launched its biggest campaign of the year, ‘Get Away with It’, aimed at driving memberships.

Accor Plus launches ‘Get Away With It’ campaign

The campaign, which launches in the 30th year of the programme, invites travellers to explore the benefits available to them during Accor hotel stays and travel experiences with the membership.

“Despite the challenges posed by the cost-of-living crisis, travellers continue to prioritise travel experiences and now seek more value from their travel and hotel choices,” said Accor Plus Chief Executive Officer, Renae Trimble.

“‘Get Away with It’ aims to address this need by showcasing the genuine value and unparalleled experiences that Accor Plus offers its members.”