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Grab the chance to avail discounts from Marriott International hotels in South Asia, booking open till June 30

NITN | @notintownlive | 01 Jun 2020

Grab the chance to avail discounts from Marriott International hotels in South Asia, booking open till June 30

Kolkata/NITN: Marriott International, as part of its initiative to encourage people to travel in the post-pandemic revival phase, has announced a limited time offer curated specially for their hotels across South Asia.

In eastern India, the hotel chain is offering a whopping 50 per cent discount at JW Marriott Kolkata and Courtyard by Marriott, Siliguri.

At The Westin Kolkata Rajarhat and Fairfield by Marriott Kolkata, they are offering a 30 per cent discount.

According to the chain, subject to terms and conditions, guests (leisure or business) can avail any of the three complimentary offers applicable for their hotels in South Asia while making their bookings till June 30, 2020  and can avail their stays until June 30, 2021.

Guest can use code ‘ADR’ and choose from any of the three offers while booking their stay via Marriott.com: Minimum 30 per cent off on the room rate across all hotels; stay two nights and pay for one night; or stay three nights and pay for two nights

Apart from flexibility to modify their reservation at any point in time, guests will also be entitled to earn Marriott Bonvoy™ points with the booking of each stay.

The hotel chain has also said that guests can request for contact-less room check-in along with convenience of paying digitally.

https://hotel-deals.marriott.com/save-now-stay-later

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