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Las Vegas hotels The Venetian and The Palazzo join InterContinental Alliance Resorts

intercontinental alliance resorts - the venetianTwo of Las Vegas' most loved hotels, The Venetian and The Palazzo, are the first two properties to join with IHG's new Intercontinental Alliance Resorts program.

What does this mean for you, dear reader? If you were already a fan of the properties, never fear - the properties will remain independently branded and under their current names, but with the added benefit of InterContinental Hotel & Resorts membership, meaning that guests can book rooms and earn points through their IHG rewards program.


What is the program, exactly? The Alliance Resorts program is more of a marketing partnership than anything else - these resorts aren't owned, operated or managed by IHG, but rather "aligned with the spirit" of the brand and "complement the InterContinental portfolio." For guests, this means that Priority Club Rewards and InterContinental Ambassador programs can redeem points at these "sister properties".

At present, the Alliance Resorts program has just three properties, including Scottsdale's Montelucia Resort & Spa.

At present IHG's Priority Club Rewards program is the world's largest hotel loyalty program with 56 million members.

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