50% Off IHG Rewards Club Redemptions in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean

Starting this Sunday and for bookings made by May 3, for travel between May 1 and June 12, 11 hotels in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean will be available to redeem for half the usual number of points.

Here are the properties that are supposed to offer 50% off redemptions:

  • InterContinental® Presidente Ixtapa Resort, Mexico
  • InterContinental® Playa Bonita Resort & Spa, Panama
  • InterContinental® Presidente Cozumel Resort Spa, Mexico
  • Crowne Plaza® hotel Acapulco, Mexico
  • Holiday Inn Resort® Aruba
  • Holiday Inn Resort® Grand Cayman
  • Holiday Inn Resort® Acapulco, Mexico
  • Holiday Inn Resort® Los Cabos All Inclusive, Mexico
  • Holiday Inn Resort® Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Holiday Inn® hotel Cancun Arenas, Mexico
  • Holiday Inn Express® hotel Playa del Carmen, Mexico

This is, of course, low season — when most people don’t want to be there. But I’ve always been a fan of low season, because I don’t really love vacationing when hotels are busy. I’m just not a people person that way, at least if it means having to get up at 8am to place a book on a beach chair.


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  1. Was hoping Puerto Rico would be included in this deal when it was first announced. I have a 3 night stay in early May, and rates seem unusually high for off-season.

  2. I’m at the HI Grand Cayman now and for the 25,000 point redemption it was already quite a deal. At half that, it is a steal. Very nice property but it does appear to have a lot of empty rooms so I guess they are trying to fill them.

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