Save At Small Luxury Hotels Of The World With Amex Offers

Save At Small Luxury Hotels Of The World With Amex Offers

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The Amex Offers program frequently has promotions for hotel stays (including with Hilton, IHG, and Marriott), which can save you money or earn you bonus points for stays you’d make anyway. Amex has just rolled out its latest targeted hotel offer, which could be worth it for a stay at a boutique luxury property.

Spend $300+ with SLH, save $60

There’s a targeted Amex Offers deal for stays at Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) properties:

  • Save $60 when you spend $300+ across one or more transactions (up to 20% back)
  • This is valid when you pay for your stay between June 8 and September 30, 2022
  • This is valid for stays at properties in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe
  • The terms state that you need to book directly at slh.com or by calling 1-877-234-7033 to qualify for the offer
  • All room charges, including taxes and fees, should qualify toward this offer
  • Registration is required

It’s worth noting that while Hyatt & SLH have a partnership, that requires booking through Hyatt booking channels (like hyatt.com or the World of Hyatt app). Therefore it sounds like those bookings wouldn’t qualify — however, if you book direct you can take part in SLH’s own INVITED loyalty program.

Many SLH properties also belong to Virtuoso, which offers extra perks for hotel bookings. While this isn’t a direct booking, in practice the hotel still charges your card the same way it usually would when booking through Virtuoso, so I wouldn’t be surprised if these bookings do qualify (though it’s no guarantee).

Canaves Oia Epitome Santorini, an SLH property

What is Small Luxury Hotels of the World?

Small Luxury Hotels of the World is a collection of independent luxury hotels, with over 500 properties around the globe. Chances are that you’re familiar with some of SLH’s properties, even if you didn’t know they were associated with the group.

You should think of Small Luxury Hotels of the World as more of a hotel marketing group than as a single hotel group. SLH doesn’t manage its hotels, but rather markets a group of otherwise independent luxury hotels. As a matter of fact, many properties of smaller hotel groups belong to SLH.

Calala Island Nicaragua, an SLH property

Bottom line

There’s a new targeted Amex Offers deal that can save you $60 when you spend $300+ at SLH properties in North America or Europe in the coming months. This is potentially a good offer for those into luxury hotels.

Do you see this Amex Offers deal on one of your accounts, and if so, do you plan on taking advantage of it?

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  1. Guy from the Midwest Guest

    Novice question… would use of spa within a SLH qualify? It says room charges but does that extend beyond room service?

    I am using three such hotels this month that are already paid for with Hyatt points and would like to take advantage of this credit.

    Thanks Ben for the notification as I would have missed this offer.

    1. Charlie Diamond

      I don’t know how Amex would differentiate between room rate and spa as long as it’s charged to the room and paid at check out. They only see the amount of the transaction and where it’s been made, not the details. If you pay directly at the spa then it might be coded differently (same if you eat at the restaurant, if you charge that to your room and pay at checkout it should qualify)

  2. Andrew Diamond

    Thanks for the awareness. Showed up on my plat card.

    Something I don't understand: if Amex is trying so hard to have the universal reach of Visa/MC, why do they geographically restrict offers like this so much? I'm traveling to Asia and I'd love to use this there, but I guess I'll use the Citi Premier instead...

    1. Never In Doubt Guest

      You know these “offers” are paid marketing by the brands themselves, right?

      They get exactly what they want/ pay for.

    2. Andrew Diamond

      Ah, I was under some assumption that Amex subsidized a portion of them. You're likely right, knowing who Amex thinks they are.

  3. Jules Guest

    Finally, an AMEX offer that can be used outside the US!

    1. Andrew Diamond

      It's progress, but somehow Asia not included. :(

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Jules Guest

Finally, an AMEX offer that can be used outside the US!

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Charlie Diamond

I don’t know how Amex would differentiate between room rate and spa as long as it’s charged to the room and paid at check out. They only see the amount of the transaction and where it’s been made, not the details. If you pay directly at the spa then it might be coded differently (same if you eat at the restaurant, if you charge that to your room and pay at checkout it should qualify)

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Andrew Diamond

Ah, I was under some assumption that Amex subsidized a portion of them. You're likely right, knowing who Amex thinks they are.

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