Radisson Outlines COVID Plans

Always bringing you yesterday’s news today!

Radisson have underlined some of the flexibility they will offer towards their Rewards members.

In a nutshell, 2020 has been wiped out. As such, everything will resume from 2021.

More specifically, Radisson said:

Point expiration suspension:
We are extending our pause on the expiration of Radisson Rewards points. Any points that were set to expire between March 1, 2020 and March 30, 2021 will now expire on March 31, 2021, if the account remains inactive.

Elite status extension:
We have extended your 2020 status – whether it’s Silver, Gold or Platinum – through February 2022, for those whose status would have expired in February 2021. This means you will continue to enjoy all the great Silver, Gold or Platinum member benefits you have access to today.

Elite earning roll over:
All eligible nights and stays earned in 2020 will roll over to 2021 and be applied toward maintaining or increasing your Elite status in 2022.

Radisson Blu Warsaw
RadissonBlu, Warsaw

Previously, Radisson have offered a very generous perk for stays made between 10th June – 30th August.

This included €50 credit per stay to be used in the hotel on things such as room service, room upgrades etc. In addition, breakfast was thrown in for free on every day of your stay.

This seems like an industry wide thing. During my stay at the Melia, Palma Marina I was offered €25 credit to use in the hotel. Except for the mini bar, as I found out the hard way…

I’m scheduled to be staying at the Radisson Zürich Airport in the coming days. No doubt I’ll report back on how it goes. Of course, if the UK adds Switzerland to their red list, then I’ll likely swerve Zürich and find another way home.

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Heathrow
RadissonBlu Edwardian, Heathrow

To take a look at what my previous stays in Radisson Hotels were like, see here:



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