Priority Club has just unveiled a new Pointbreaks list valid through June 30, 2013. Through PointBreaks, select hotels are available for just 5,000 points per night, compared to the normal rates of up to 50,000 points per night.

This new list is actually one of the longest I’ve ever seen, though I can’t say there are all that many properties that interest me. The only InterContinental properties on the list are those in San Salvador, San Pedro Sula, and Hanoi (that one interests me at least).

Other than that there are other properties that may prove useful though not especially aspirational.

Keep in mind that PointBreaks availability tends to disappear pretty quickly, so you’re best off locking in space ASAP if you’re interested. PointBreaks bookings have the same cancellation policies as normal reward night bookings, meaning they can usually be canceled up until a day or so before arrival.

  1. March 25th, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    Tim said,

    You’re interested in San Pedro Sula? The murder capital of the world? Just because its an Intercontinental?
    The US National team stayed there before their game. Here’s a reporters take:

  2. March 25th, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    lucky said,

    @ Tim — No, I was stating which three InterContinentals were on the list, and said of the three only the one in Hanoi interested me.

  3. March 27th, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    Jeffrey said,

    Hopefully someone might find this useful:
    I’ve mapped all of the locations so it makes it easy to find and pick good hotels (ie see what’s close enough to say, Washington DC to stay outside the city and take a train in etc…)

    Link here:

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