Promo: 5,000 Marriott Rewards Bonus Points at St. Pierre Hotel in Wales

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Marriott is offering 5,000 Rewards bonus points for one stays of one night or more at their Wales property. From now through July 18, 2014 if you have a Thursday arrival at the St. Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club for at least one night, you’ll get breakfast for two, and receive 5,000 Marriott Rewards bonus points per stay.

Here’s a booking link.

Use promotional code M12 when booking.

I tested the random date of Thursday July 3 for 1 night. The promotional 99 Pound rate was available.

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The best available rate for that date including breakfast was 109 Pounds, and even the advance purchase rate without breakfast was 93 Pounds. I also checked the date of July 17 for 1 night, and the result was the same. The promotional rate is refundable, which I always like to see.

This promotion looks good, so if you need a hotel in Wales and like Marriott properties this may be a chance for you to get some extra bonus points plus breakfast.

Terms & Conditions:

Guest must book reservation using promotional code listed above in order to receive bonus points. Offer applies to one regular room per stay, per member on dates listed. A “hotel stay” or “stay” means all consecutive nights spent with Marriott by a registered Marriott Rewards member. Offer not available during special events; tax is additional; special offers cannot be combined; blackout dates may exist; advance reservations are required. Offer does not apply to groups of 10 or more rooms. Members electing to earn miles are not eligible for this promotion.

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