Drury Hotels just received the J.D. Power & Associates award for “Highest in Guest Satisfaction Among Mid-Scale Limited Service Hotel Chains” for the 7th year in a row.
Drury Hotels $7 discount on Weekly e-Saver Rates
In celebration of the 7th consecutive award from J.D. Power, Drury Hotels is offering $7 off their weekly e-Saver rates for 7 weeks from July 25 to September 12, 2012.
Promotion: Stay 3 times and earn 10,000 Bonus Points.
Stay 3 times at a Drury Hotels brand between July 17 and October 31, 2012 and earn 10,000 bonus points. Only one bonus of 10,000 points may be earned per member during this promotion. Bonus points will be added to your account in November 2012.
This Drury Hotels web image needs a spellcheck!
Drury Gold Key Club basics
Gold Key Club is Drury Hotels loyalty program. Drury Gold Key Club members normally earn 10 points per $1 for hotel stays.
Free nights range from 7,500 points to 20,000 points per night. The cost for a free night appears to be variable now and that is something I do not recall from my previous studies of the loyalty program. All hotels show a base amount of points needed for a free night followed by “& up”.
This image on their website might be a strong indicator of why guests are so happy with Drury Hotels.
The “5:30 Kickback” is Drury Hotels 5:30 to 7:00pm evening social function with free hot food and soft drinks. Alcohol is available, but not complimentary during the evening happy hour.
Drury Hotels also offer free wireless internet, free breakfast and free soft drinks in the lobby from 3pm to 10pm. The Extras Aren’t Extra.
The only problem with Drury Hotels is they are only located in 20 states with no properties on the west coast or northeast USA. But if your travel plans take you to middle America and places like Missouri and Texas or the southeast, then Drury Hotels might be to your benefit.
Loyalty Traveler original post link: http://boardingarea.com/blogs/loyaltytraveler/2012/07/25/drury-hotels-3-stays-for-one-free-night-july-17-oct-31-2012/
Ric Garrido, writer and content owner of Loyalty Traveler, shares news and views on hotels, hotel loyalty programs and vacation destinations for frequent guests. You can follow Loyalty Traveler on Twitter and Facebook and RSS feed.