If you love travel rewards or are a stalwart supporter of Best Western Hotels, then you’re in luck. Best Western’s latest rewards deal might just be the motivation you needed to book that Springtime Caribbean vacation this year. With locations in almost 100 countries and territories worldwide, the brand is known for both their budget-friendly and upscale offerings. Keep reading to learn how you can earn 5,000 Best Western points when you travel.
Becoming a Member and Joining the Rewards Program
From now until February 5th, Best Western Members can earn 5,000 Points with every stay booked at eligible locations. This offer, first featured on Loyalty Lobby, applies to all locations in North America, including the Caribbean. All you have to do is this:
- Be (or become) a Best Western Rewards member
- Register for the 5,000 Bonus Points offer
- Book your stay at at any Best Western branded hotel online by Sunday.
- Complete your eligible stay before May 7, 2023
Earlier this year, American personal finance company Nerd Wallet noted that “for people seeking a reliable, wallet-friendly option, joining the Best Western Rewards program can make sense.” According to the finance company, budget-conscious travelers might often find that the Best Western’s program offers a good return for their spending.
Experience Belize with the Best Western
The Best Western Belize Biltmore Plaza is a premier stay in Belize City, just a short drive away from the Philip Goldson International Airport. With it’s convenient and central location, it offers guests the perfect launching pad for day trips and any other Belize adventure.
[Belize’s] tropical climate allows it to be an ideal tourist destination to visit throughout the year, and its cuisine is inspired by Caribbean food. It is a country for travelers who feel that there are still corners to discover, with a great mix of culture and stunning beaches.
If you’re a business traveller, or simply seeking to unwind and relax, the Biltmore Plaza is also more than fit for being your home away from home.
Featured photo by Duarte Dellarole