Thailand’s premium accommodation brand, Grande Centre Point Hotels, has launched its first loyalty programme, namely the GCP Rewards, aimed at encouraging guests to book rooms via its interactive websites, and by doing so, earn a range of benefits and rewards.
For the convenience of guests, the GCP Rewards loyalty programme has been made user friendly. Membership is complimentary and guests are invited to register by going online at grandecentrepointhotels.com/
gcprewards. Once enrolled, members can book accommodation at any of the three Grande Centre Point properties and claim benefits which include:
• free enrolment
• a five per cent off the best available room rates
• a best price guarantee
• welcome amenities
• priority check-in and check-out
• faster free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel
• On-time luggage pickup
The GCP Rewards members will also enjoy a 15 per cent discount on Let’s Relax Spa in Grande Centre Point Terminal 21 and a 30 per cent discount on treatments at Rarinjinda Spas at Grande Centre Point Ploenchit and Grande Centre Point Ratchadamri. The loyalty programme also includes a 10 per cent discount on any food orders from the à la carte menus at any of Grande Centre Point’s dining venues and other participating restaurants in Seefah group across Bangkok.
Mrs Suwanna Buddhaprasart, Director and Senior Executive Vice President of L&H Hotel Management, said: “We want to offer a reward programme that our guests can take advantage of from the moment they check into our properties and this is what GCP Rewards offers. Guests not only save money our rooms and restaurants, but also enjoy convenience and comfort that will make their stay in Bangkok more memorable.”
Grande Centre Point Hotels are ideal for upper midscale business and leisure travellers who prefer the convenience of a central Bangkok venue with an emphasis on the Thai experience, health and green tourism.
Owned and operated by L&H Hotel Management, Grande Centre Point Hotels currently has a portfolio of three properties in Bangkok: the 277-room Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit (2003); the 526-room Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri (2007); and the 498-room Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21 (2011).