IHG adds 3 Macao hotels to InterContinental Alliance Resorts portfolio

The Parisian Macao is an integrated resort with 2,500 guestrooms. Photo credit: IHG

IHG and Sands China, Ltd. are adding The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao to the InterContinental Alliance Resorts portfolio effective June 25 and The Londoner Hotel in Macao will join the alliance when it opens in 2020 following the renovation of the current Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central. 

in addition, IHG and The Venetian Resort Las Vegas have extended their alliance through to 2027.

InterContinental Alliance Resorts partners with large-scale hotel operators in landmark locations to bring luxury resorts to IHG Rewards Club’s 100-million-plus enrolled members globally. The Venetian Resort was the first InterContinental Alliance Resort when the partnership launched in 2010.

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Guests across the properties, which include approximately 13,000 rooms and suites, will be able to earn IHG Rewards Club points and redeem them for stays at more than 5,600 IHG hotels worldwide. 

"IHG has been a valuable partner for us here in Las Vegas and we are thrilled to carry the relationship through to 2027," said George Markantonis, president/COO of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. 

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