IHG Hotel sale (Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza etc) Now Live - stay until 27 February - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
317

IHG Hotel sale (Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza etc) Now Live - stay until 27 February £39.00

£39.00 @ IHG
You must be an ihg member it's free to join. Read More
boyaloud Avatar
4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
You must be an ihg member it's free to join.
boyaloud Avatar
4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(26) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
I am considering staying in one in February so have just joined IHG rewards. Will look at the prices on 4th. Thank you
#2
There arent £20 rooms...its from £45
#3
Cant find rooms for this price.
1 Like #4
shazzersere
Cant find rooms for this price.

According to the title it starts on Jan 4 apparently.
#5
Cool! Nearly booked a Crowne Plaza tonight, but will hold off and see what comes along on the 4th. Got their credit card for the gold status which usually bags a bit of an upgrade!

Any idea if these rooms would work in conjunction with the Accellerate programs? I'm a few nights short of 41k points!
1 Like #6
panddda
Cool! Nearly booked a Crowne Plaza tonight, but will hold off and see what comes along on the 4th. Got their credit card for the gold status which usually bags a bit of an upgrade!
Any idea if these rooms would work in conjunction with the Accellerate programs? I'm a few nights short of 41k points!

Hasn't the Accelerate latest round just finished a week or two ago? Anyway the answer is they should :) I have to stay 6 days a week to hit my bonus now. Needless to say, Spire Elite membership lol

EDIT: I stand corrected, next Accelerate has been announced.


Edited By: Firefly1 on Dec 28, 2016 20:22
1 Like #7
Accelerate has finished now for Q4. You can already register for Accelerate 2017 Q1 which starts in January.

On the upgrade front, you'd be lucky to get a room upgrade on gold status... it's hit or miss getting an upgrade on spite elite status, never mind platinum or gold... depends where you stay I guess.
1 Like #8
rawson
Accelerate has finished now for Q4. You can already register for Accelerate 2017 Q1 which starts in January.
On the upgrade front, you'd be lucky to get a room upgrade on gold status... it's hit or miss getting an upgrade on spite elite status, never mind platinum or gold... depends where you stay I guess.
We've been fairly lucky, got the executive floor with the free drinks and stuff in the HI in San Jose Costa Rica, and had a few sea views or upgraded rooms in the USA. I guess it probably depends where you're looking and how busy they are on those nights. Got a friend who's a manager in a UK HI Express and she said that they will always give gold or above an upgrade if it's available. We don't make enough qualifying stays to get any better status than that, but definitely noticed an improvement since getting the gold thing, just for the sake of having a credit card I barely use in my purse!

Yeah, it's up to the end of April on the Accelerate promo they've sent me recently. Trouble is that I tend to book most of the rooms on either a travel industry discount, or a Friends & Family discount, and neither are eligible for points or bonuses! Might be worth a few cheap nights away though if the sale prices can be combined with the points promos, cheers!
#9
panddda
Cool! Nearly booked a Crowne Plaza tonight, but will hold off and see what comes along on the 4th. Got their credit card for the gold status which usually bags a bit of an upgrade!

Any idea if these rooms would work in conjunction with the Accellerate programs? I'm a few nights short of 41k points!


Ha upgrade, I've been spire elite stayed nearly 150 nights this year in variety of hotels and I hardly ever get an upgrade it's a bit of a joke in comparison to Hilton where I'm also diamond and get upgrade every time and access to executive lounges.

Debating giving up staying with IHG they are pretty useless, anyway staying in London kesington tomorrow for new year, let's see if I win the lottery and get an upgrade!!
#10
a2kcollett
panddda
Cool! Nearly booked a Crowne Plaza tonight, but will hold off and see what comes along on the 4th. Got their credit card for the gold status which usually bags a bit of an upgrade!
Any idea if these rooms would work in conjunction with the Accellerate programs? I'm a few nights short of 41k points!
Ha upgrade, I've been spire elite stayed nearly 150 nights this year in variety of hotels and I hardly ever get an upgrade it's a bit of a joke in comparison to Hilton where I'm also diamond and get upgrade every time and access to executive lounges.
Debating giving up staying with IHG they are pretty useless, anyway staying in London kesington tomorrow for new year, let's see if I win the lottery and get an upgrade!!

Goodness! Do you every go home?! Good luck with the new year upgrade, I think they should just give you your own hotel for the amount of time you're spending in them :)
1 Like #11
I shall be watching this with interest as I need to book a 8 night stay in London mid to late January. I am Platinum status with IHG which I get by paying £99 a year for the Barclaycard IHG rewards premium Visa. Is it worth paying £99 for?
In my opinion yes - I usually spend 20-25 nights`with IHG a year so wouldnt gain Platinum status otherwise. I've found the best upgrades are in far east hotels like the Crowne Plaza Kuala Lumpur where we were upgraded to Corner suite and had full access to the Executive lounge with free food and booze available all day long. Plus the room was only £60 a night.
Agree with OP regarding upgrades in USA - particularly useful in HIExpress over there which are usually much better than their UK counterparts and have more room types including suites. Platinum seems to go a long way over there!
Uk upgrades have tended to be 1 room category upgrade but not necessarily lounge access. This happened to us at Crowne Plaza Heathrow where we were upgraded to executive room but werent allowed access to the Lounge.
#12
nmur38

Uk upgrades have tended to be 1 room category upgrade but not necessarily lounge access. This happened to us at Crowne Plaza Heathrow where we were upgraded to executive room but werent allowed access to the Lounge.


You didn't miss much the executive lounge at Crowne plaza Heathrow was rubbish last time I stayed, got cheese and crackers o and a couple of grapes

Edited By: a2kcollett on Dec 29, 2016 21:36: Clarification
#13
nmur38
I shall be watching this with interest as I need to book a 8 night stay in London mid to late January. I am Platinum status with IHG which I get by paying £99 a year for the Barclaycard IHG rewards premium Visa. Is it worth paying £99 for?
In my opinion yes - I usually spend 20-25 nights`with IHG a year so wouldnt gain Platinum status otherwise. I've found the best upgrades are in far east hotels like the Crowne Plaza Kuala Lumpur where we were upgraded to Corner suite and had full access to the Executive lounge with free food and booze available all day long. Plus the room was only £60 a night.
Agree with OP regarding upgrades in USA - particularly useful in HIExpress over there which are usually much better than their UK counterparts and have more room types including suites. Platinum seems to go a long way over there!
Uk upgrades have tended to be 1 room category upgrade but not necessarily lounge access. This happened to us at Crowne Plaza Heathrow where we were upgraded to executive room but werent allowed access to the Lounge.

I don't think they do the Barclaycard any more, as I asked what options there were, so keep hold of it! I've got the Creation Card which has no fee but apart from Gold status plus a few bonus IHG points here and there, very few benefits. As I said, I know gold is no great shakes, but it does separate you from the masses who have either no card, or just the basic one, and has made a difference for us in the USA and Costa Rica.
I can forward a friends and family link by PM that often bags much better prices on rooms if it's of any interest? Usually (but not always) about 20% cheaper than the cheapest rate online, but forfeits reward points. Hasn't affected upgrades for us, but there's a chance it might do. Although conversely, we did once get an upgrade just on the basis we were 'friends/family' of staff.
1 Like #14
The sale starts 9:00 am (GMT) on 4th January 2017, with amazing discounts on rooms at participating IHG® Hotels across the UK & Ireland for stays between 4th January and 27th February 2017.
Link here


Edited By: The Explorer on Dec 30, 2016 07:07
#15
Sale live, but still quite expensive.
#16
Less than £5 reduction on the hotel I was looking at...
#17
we regularly go to a Holiday Inn, prices have gone crazy the last few years, prices nearly increased 100% over that time. This offer isn't really an offer about £4 off and easier ways to get better deals than using this deal :(
#18
Couldn't find anything at the £39 rate
#19
Neither could I :(
#20
In previous years I have got £39 rooms in Sutton during the period but this year there is absolutely nothing at a reasonable price so I think that it is a dead loss this year. It's almost as if they announced it so far ahead that someone forgot to load all the prices when it went live!
#21
How do you get these rates? I can only see over £150
#22
Always more expensive than Premier Inn/TL. Like way more expensive. Can't see any genuine reductions that are actually worthwhile.
1 Like #23
hiya! make sure you use this link - copy and paste the link as clicking it goes to the Hotel Indigo site.

https://www.ihg.com/hotels/gb/en/global/offers/hotel/72hr-wintersale-nowlive

Also shows you which hotels are each price band. This is sale is not for me but hopefully someone can get a cheap break from this sale. You only until 09:00am on Saturday to book your stay from now until 27th February 2017
#24
Shirlsky....Says it's gone
#25
Thanks op I managed to book 2 nights at the £49 rate. I used the link on the ihg rewards fb page and it lists the hotels which are at each price level but the link j got on my email informing me of it said all gone so you have to make sure you're clicking on the right link!
#26
Icewoman_sj76
Shirlsky....Says it's gone
don't click on the link I posted - it's weird you have to copy the link and you can still book until Saturday morning

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!