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IHG hotels normally cost 10,000 to 50,000 IHG points per night. But with IHG PointBreaks you can book your award stay at select IHG hotels each quarter for only 5,000 IHG points per night!
These deals are good through October 31, 2016. But popular destinations sell out very quickly!
You can use IHG points you earn from the Chase IHG card and their promotions.
Usually there are some gems on the list that sell out quickly. 😉 So be sure to check out the full list!
The Latest IHG PointBreaks Hotels!
Link: IHG PointBreaks List
You can check out the full list of the new IHG PointBreaks hotels. But here are a few that look interesting:
This hotel gets great reviews on TripAdvisor, and rooms usually cost ~$112. So if you’re planning a trip to Argentina’s wine country, this could be a good option for you!
Folks especially love the friendly and helpful staff at this hotel. And rooms usually cost ~$144. So you could save a lot of money booking a PointBreaks rate here!
This Holiday Inn Express in Sydney gets good reviews for being conveniently located to public transportation. And I like that breakfast is included! Rooms here normally cost ~$102.
Hotels in Europe can be expensive, but if you’re headed to Naples, check out this hotel ~30 minutes from the city center. Rooms here usually cost ~$123 per night. So it can sometimes be worth it to stay a bit further out of town to save money!
There are a also a number of PointBreaks hotels in the US. You might do well by booking an IHG hotel during a road trip. Or if there’s a hotel near you in an area you want to explore over a weekend.
Let me know if you end up booking a room on the IHG PointBreaks list!
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