Intercontinental Hotels 3rd night free promotion 2021

Great news! The free night promotion of Intercontinental Hotels from early 2021 to June of this year has been extended until the end of December 2021. Guests who book for 3 nights’ stay during this time will only pay for 2 nights.

The extended offer now means that guests can enjoy a long weekend at select Intercontinental Hotels at discounted prices throughout the summer, autumn, and winter months. The 3rd free night is cumulative, which means that guests who book for 3 nights will pay for 2, 6 nights they will be billed for only 4, and for 9 nights, guests will get 3 nights free. The offer is for up to a maximum of 14 nights’ stay.

This promotion is valid until December 31, 2021, and can be booked right up to December 27, 2021, available in over 70 Intercontinental Hotels across the globe, bookable on Privateupgrades or other preferred travel agents of Intercontinental.

Here is a selection of five of the best hotels to use with this promotion:

Intercontinental Amstel Amsterdam

This elegant 5-star luxury grand hotel sits beautifully on the banks of the Amstel River. In a quiet area of Amsterdam yet within easy reach of the historic city center, the hotel has hosted many royals, diplomats, and global celebrities.

The grand colonnaded entrance is matched by the classic interior of sweeping staircases, marble floors, gilded mirrors, and chandeliers. There are 79 opulent rooms and suites with traditional French décor blended with state-of-the-art modern amenities. These include free Wi-Fi, cable TV, coffee machine, and air-conditioning.

Moreover, all rooms feature fine views over the gardens, square or river, and benefit from exquisite fabrics. There are also large windows and elegant drapes and deeply comfortable beds with fine linens. Marble bathrooms are also large and lavish.

Other features include a fine dining restaurant, terrace dining/bar by the river, and a tea and coffee lounge. Besides, there is an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, whirlpool, and fitness center. Families are welcome with interconnecting rooms possible, and pets are also allowed in rooms.

Intercontinental Bora-Bora Resort Thalasso Spa

This villa-only resort in French Polynesia is on an islet in an idyllic lagoon setting surrounded by the marine blue waters of the South Pacific. Each luxury thatched villa is on stilts where guests can walk onto a deck right over the peaceful lagoon to dine, swim, or relax.

There are 70+ villas, varying in size, with the largest having private plunge pools, and there are also 4 deluxe suites. All have wide-covered terraces, padded sun loungers, and floating walkways. Additionally, the stylish contemporary interiors have floor-to-ceiling windows, UV-resistant Lucite ceiling fans, and luxury black slate bathrooms.

There are also indoor and outdoor showers and oversized soaking tubs that give views over the lagoon. Amenities include a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, and huge beds with the pristine white bed linen. There are also mini-bars, Nespresso coffee machines, and Bose entertainment systems.

Other benefits include the world-famous Thalasso Spa, a raft of dining options to enjoy on the long white-sand beach, a terrace, or a Philipp Starck-designed dining room. Marine life is spectacular here. Moreover, you can enjoy any water sports in this gorgeous environment.

Intercontinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel

Famous for decades and a favorite with global celebrities, this neoclassical grand hotel holds a prime position in the city. It sits majestically opposite the National Opera House within the Triangle D’Or, a trio of fashionable 18th-century boulevards.

This is a vast building in a restored Baroque style exuding opulence. It has a lot of marble and silk, chandeliers, gilded mirrors, and black-lacquered antique furniture. There are 141 luxury rooms and suites with every modern amenity. Amenities include a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi, plus lavish adjoining marble bathrooms.

Dining is top-notch with a Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant and a brasserie, both under the direction of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey. The wine concierge service is also famous here.
Other benefits include the many ultra-luxe treatments of the gorgeous Nuxe Spa and a sublime Roman-style swimming pool. Moreover, guests can expect top-class service in all areas of the hotel.

Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin

Old-style luxury in richly decorated interiors graces this 5-star Urban Resort. It is set within 2 acres of lush, landscaped gardens in the upscale Ballsbridge district. Sitting in a quiet niche, the hotel is yet only a short distance from the city center.

Dublin’s Intercontinental has 208 luxury rooms and suites. Besides, its décor blends contemporary and classic elegance enhanced by rich jewel color tones and snowy white bed linen. Many rooms overlook the refreshing greenery of the gardens and the pretty courtyard. In-room amenities include satellite TV, DVD, and CD players, mini-bars, and 24/7 room service. Additionally, bathrooms are pure luxury, adorned entirely in white marble with walk-in showers. They also include deep soaking tubs, courtesy bathrobes, and slippers.

The award-winning Seasons Restaurant is a trendy all-day dining venue in a sunny light-filled stylish room overlooking the attractive courtyard and terrace. Menus reflect the philosophy of Executive Chef Alberto Rossi, drawing on the heritage of Irish cuisine and using only the finest local ingredients. An expert sommelier oversees a bar celebrating Irish whiskeys.
Wellness facilities feature an award-winning ESPA spa, heated indoor pool, and state-of-the-art gym.

Regent Porto Montenegro

Intercontinental has recently included Regent Resorts into the portfolio of this global brand. The Regent Montenegro is a vast neo-classical Venetian style complex occupying a prime position. It overlooks a fabulous 460-berth yacht marina and the beautiful Boka Bay. Moreover, it sits in Tivat on the Adriatic and is near the UNESCO-listed old town of Kotor sheltered by the rugged Balkan Mountains. The picturesque marina boasts many cafes, restaurants, and high-end shopping boutiques.

The style and décor of the resort are elegant, reflecting the city’s long ties with maritime Venice. The staff is very warm, welcoming, and efficient. There are 149 luxury rooms and suites with magnificent balcony views of the bay and the majestic surrounding mountains of the area. Moreover, the rooms all have modern amenities, including flat-screen TV and Wi-Fi. Bathrooms are equally luxurious and well-appointed. The resort also offers an upscale Mediterranean restaurant, a French bakery, fine bar, ultra-luxe spa, a lap pool, and 2 kid’s splash pools.

Guido Graf is Founder of Privateupgrades. Privateupgrades is a global luxury travel club with over 20 years of experience in luxury hotels, ensuring exclusive VIP privileges like upgrades, free breakfast, free nights, rate discounts, free airport transfers, free massages and much more.

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Comments (2)

  1. Tom Holmes says:

    Intercontinental hotels are great, I’ve stayed in a few of them. A third night free is an excellent offer. When you think of it as a 33% reduction it’s a really good deal.

  2. Fiona says:

    The Bora-Bora hotel looks like the ultimate holiday paradise. I’ve always aspired to the decadence of a private plunge pool.

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