Published on : Friday, February 17, 2017
Starting from now onwards, Enrich members are entitled to earn 600 and 300 Miles respectively for each eligible stay at any participating Regal Hotels and iclub Hotels* with specified qualifying room rates.
Regal Hotels always takes great care of frequent travellers by offering them various options to earn miles while enjoying world-class hotel services and amenities that bring guests a pleasant stay. The collaboration will surely create synergies offered by both brands and to enhance guest engagement. Regal Hotels will continue to deliver delightful experience and best of the best services which are beyond the expectation of their guests.
According to Malaysia Airlines’ Head of Enrich and Loyalty, Ms. Khairul Nisa Ismail, “We are excited to partner with Regal Hotels as we are constantly exploring more ways to reward our loyal members, especially those who frequent the China routes. The partnership is timely as Malaysia Airlines has already mounted the second daily flight between Kuala Lumpur and Shanghai. For members who are planning to visit Hong Kong and stay in Regal properties there, they can look forward to flying the A330 which offers the comfort of a fully flat business class seat.”
Malaysia Airlines and its partners in the global alliance offer a seamless travel experience to more than 1,000 destinations in over 150 countries. In the meanwhile, Enrich, Malaysia Airlines Frequent Flyer Programme, presents guests a world of privileges and preferential treatment. On top of credit card spending, car rental, shopping and indulging in recreational activity with its lifestyle partners, Enrich Miles can also be earned when flying with Malaysia Airlines, oneworld member airlines and Enrich partner airlines.
Besides Malaysia Airlines, Regal Hotels currently has 20 international airline partners, including Air China, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, ANA, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Hong Kong Airlines, JAL, Jet Airways, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin Atlantic.
Source:- Malaysia Airlines