AHA announces reciprocal benefits for loyal guests

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4 March 2002

HONG KONG - Members of the Asian Hotels Alliance have moved one step closer by offering reciprocal benefits for loyal guests at over 60 participating hotels.

Members of the Dusit Gold Card, Landis Card, Meritus Privilege Card, Marco Polo's Tai Pan Club and the New Otani Club will be able to enjoy reciprocal benefits, such as special rates which are extended by the host hotel to its own members, with immediate effect.

"This is one of our primary objectives in forming this alliance - and that is to reward our loyal patrons with added value over and beyond that which one single hotel group can offer," said Michael Ow, president of Meritus Hotels & Resorts.

Guests need to make their reservations in advance and show their membership card when checking in at any participating hotel to enjoy reciprocal rates and benefits. They will not be available in conjunction with other discounts such as group or special contract rates.

AHA, a marketing alliance, was formed last July by Dusit Hotels & Resorts from Thailand, Landis Hotels and Resorts from Taiwan, Marco Polo Hotel Group from Hong Kong, Meritus Hotels & Resorts from Singapore and New Otani Hotels from Japan.

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