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FHR + Virtuoso

FHR + Virtuoso

  1. yaboobie

    Hi guys,

    I have a question regarding booking both FHR and Virtuoso.

    Im planning on booking 2 nights at the RCHK, both are members of FHR and Virtuoso. Can i book 1 nights with FHR and the second consecutive night with Virtuoso, or visa versa, and get both Dining credits?

  2. David W

    I dont see why not but I’d read the fine print for both to make sure there’s no specific wording about benefits for consecutive stays.

    Or, check with your Virtuoso agent and/or Ford

  3. Mr WD

    No. Hotels consider consecutive nights (even though on separate itineraries) as one stay. While it is two sets of benefits, and they may even differ slightly, it is considered “like benefits” and you wouldn’t be able to claim both.

    There is a slight chance that a generous front desk manager might extend both, but it is very unlikely. It certainly breaks the spirit of the law, even if not in writing, and they are likely to deny the dining benefit.

    You could easily do it by bouncing between RC and FS, but not the same property.

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