New Starwood (SPG) Properties in Thailand

The Starwood group of hotels has an excellent range of hotels in Thailand and are constantly expanding. Chains in the group include Sheraton, Westin, W Hotels, St Regis, Four Points by Sheraton, Aloft, The Luxury Collection and Le Meridien.

Some of the higher end new properties claim to have only limited participation in the SPG frequent guest scheme.

Starwood brands in Thailand

The Definitive Guide to the Starwood and Marriott Loyalty Programs after Merger

Last week Marriott International, Inc. finalised the merger with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. With a change this big, everyone is wondering, “What will happen to my rewards points?” Marriott has released a statement saying that the rewards programs for Marriott and Starwood would remain separate until 2018. But there will be some increased flexibility […]

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Starwood’s New Terms and Conditions Tell Us What to Expect in the Future

The official merge of Marriott with Starwood has brought many benefits for the guest. They can move points between the accounts (Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest) by the ratio 3:1. Officials of both the organisations are working on a new Unified Loyalty Program that will be launched soon, till then member can choose to […]

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Marriott and Starwood merger date set for September 23

Marriott and Starwood Merger Date Announced The Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts merger has received the green from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, clearing its last regulatory hurdle. Both parties now expect to close the deal before the markets open on September 23, 2016 – underscoring Marriott’s status as the world’s largest hotel […]

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Your Chance to Win Starpoints or a Free Night in the SPG Open More Game

Starwood Preferred Guest is currently running the SPG Open More game, where you can win daily prizes of 1000, 5000 or 10,000 Starpoints or a free night. You can play once every day until the end of the contest, September 12, 2016. There is no cost to play and no purchase or booking is necessary. Upon […]

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Marriott CEO Tells Starwood Points Holders Not to Worry

The Marriott CEO says that Starwood Points benefits can stay the same or get better. Arne Sorenson, the CEO of Marriott, endeavors to offer a broader selection of rewards to the hotel chain’s customers. There is cause for concern among loyal Starwood guests that their loyalty points could be worth less after Marriott buys the rival […]

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