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Shangri-La Hotels: The NEW Golden Circle Program

Shangri-La Hotels: The NEW Golden Circle Program

Old Sep 21, 2023, 9:03 am
Join Date: Mar 2022
Posts: 68
I am planning on an upcoming stay in Sydney for my dad. I have Jade status. Do you know how likely they will grant my dad the free breakfast if I made the booking but could not go with him on the trip?
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Old Oct 30, 2023, 3:31 am
Join Date: Sep 2010
Programs: BA Gold
Posts: 367
Does Shangri-La have a soft landing in the program? I will lose my Diamond status end of this year and will not have enough nights for Jade either.
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Old Jan 9, 2024, 8:46 am
Join Date: Jan 2017
Programs: IHG - spire amb, Marriot - tit, Radisson - plat, Hilton - gold, Accor -gold, GHA - plat
Posts: 282
I have some odd 500 points that I need to redeem. The lowest dining 50 USD certificate requires 750 points . Cash and points rates for the hotel I might stays are 30 EUR more expensive than other rates. Can I just dine and use points to cover part of my bill as in the old program or not anymore?
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Old Mar 29, 2024, 4:45 pm
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: MSP
Programs: DL PlatMM, BA and Alaska Emerald, HHonors DIA, Accor, Marriott Titanium, IHG Plat Amb, UA Silver, AA
Posts: 4,508
Anyone with recent experience at the Kerry Hotel Hong Kong? How's the Executive Club? It's US225 for regular room, $300 for Club.
Trying to decide between this (at the top end of our budget) vs cheaper, older or lower-quality Kowloon options. (Regal, Holiday Inn Express, etc). I've been to HKG many times, my partner's first visit.
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