Old Mar 8, 15, 4:20 pm
Join Date: Nov 2006
Programs: *S (TK), Hyatt Explorist, Hilton Diamond, AA Gold
Posts: 2,378
"Fairmont Ovation 1 Night Stay Gift Certificate"?

It, exactly as titled, is available through my company's reward program. Trouble is, it does not mention the concept of collection A/B/C anywhere. Here's the entire (useless) description:

Three distinct brands, Fairmont, Raffles and Swissotel, have combined to provide the world's finest accommodations for discerning travelers. Elegant accommodations and impeccable service in the world's finest destinations are elements that all of our brands share. With 110 locations in 42 countries and growing, guests choose from distinctive portfolio of luxury and upper upscale hotels features celebrated icons, world-class resorts and stylish city center hotels. Some notable hotels include the Raffles Singapore, The Banff Springs in Alberta, The Fairmont San Francisco and London's The Savoy. There is also no limit on the number of Ovation Rewards Certificates our guests may use per visit.

And here is the equally useless T&C:

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Terms and Conditions

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts gift cards can be used for accommodations and more, including spa services, dining or golf, tennis and other leisure activities at any facility managed by Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. Gift Cards are not replaceable if lost, stolen or destroyed. For a full list of terms and conditions, please visit http://www.fairmont.com/promotions/giftcardterms. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Gift Cards may not be valid where restricted by law. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Gift Cards are not redeemable for cash and are void if sold for cash or other consideration. Any tax liability, including disclosure, connected with receipt or use of this card is the recipient's responsibility. Cards are fully transferable and combinable.

So does that mean it can be used at ANY Fairmont property? That seems too good to be true for 300 pts ($300 worth), but nowhere on the page suggests otherwise.

Here's a screenshot.

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