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Marriott Rewards is the loyalty program offered by Marriott International, Inc. It allows members to earn reward points or airline miles by staying at participating Marriott brand hotels, in addition to other membership benefits.


Membership Levels and Benefits

Members receive benefits such as priority hotel check-in and member-only specials. Frequent travelers can also earn “elite level” benefits with Marriott Rewards, including room upgrades, bonus points or miles, and special gifts. There are four “elite” levels—Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum Premier (the highest level) -– based on the number of nights stayed at Marriott hotels each year. Platinum Premier, although not officially listed, is said to be the top 3% of Marriott Rewards Platinum members based on the number of nights stayed at Marriott hotels each year and tenure in the Marriott Rewards program.

In addition to earning either points or miles for hotel stays, members can also receive Rewards points through partners such as SkyMall, Hertz, and others. Members who apply for a Marriott Rewards VISA card earn points based on the amount they spend too, and are automatically upgraded to the Silver elite level.

Rewards points can be redeemed for any of over 250 reward options, including future hotel stays at Marriott brand hotels, merchandise, cruises, spa or golf packages, and more. There are no blackout dates for hotel reward stays at participating locations. Members who choose to earn miles can redeem them with over 30 U.S. and international airlines.


In 2009, Marriott Rewards earned 9 Freddie Awards, including Best Hotel Rewards Program.


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