BANGKOK, Thailand (June 14, 2017) — Anantara Vacation Club, Asia’s leading luxury shared vacation ownership concept for discerning travellers, is pleased to present its Diamond, Platinum and Royal Club Points Owners with the opportunity to convert their points into Thai Airways’ Royal Orchid Plus Miles. With a 1-to-5 conversion rate, the new partnership makes it easier than ever for Club Points Owners to fly to Anantara Vacation Club resorts throughout Asia and beyond.
We are delighted to offer the benefits of this partnership to our Club Points Owners,” said Maurizio Bisicky, Chief Commercial Officer. “Thai Airways easily connects our resorts to the rest of the world with service to dozens of destinations throughout Thailand, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Europe.”
Anantara Vacation Club Diamond, Platinum and Royal Club Points Owners now have the option to convert their Club Points into Royal Orchid Plus Miles. Club Points Owners will receive 5,000 Royal Orchid Plus Miles for every 1,000 Anantara Vacation Club Points converted. There is a USD 50 conversion fee; and converted points will be available for use eight weeks after the conversion.
Formed in 1988, Thai Airways is Thailand’s flagship carrier with corporate headquarters in Bangkok. Thai Airways is based at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Bangkok, offering service to 84 destinations in 37 countries throughout Thailand, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Thai Airways is a founding member of Star Alliance; and co-owns low-cost carrier Nok Air and regional carrier Thai Smile.
About Anantara Vacation Club
Launched in 2010, Anantara Vacation Club is Asia’s premiere shared holiday ownership programme. Offering a portfolio of eight luxurious Club Resorts across Thailand, Indonesia, China and New Zealand, it provides Club Points Owners and their guests with the opportunity to explore top holiday destinations. Club Points Owners’ travel opportunities are further enhanced through the use of the flexible Club Escapes and Global Traveller programmes, which provide access to hundreds of partner resorts and hotels internationally.
Anantara Vacation Club is part of Minor Hotels, a hotel owner, operator and investor with a current portfolio of 155 properties under the Anantara, AVANI, Elewana, Four Seasons, Marriott, Oaks, PER AQUUM, Tivoli and St-Regis brands. Today, Minor Hotels operates in 23 countries across Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Europe and South America.
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