IHG Hotels Military Discount

ihg hotels military discount

IHG Hotels Military Discount

IHG, “InterContinental Hotels,” is a British multinational hospitality company.

What Is the Discount?

They offer a government rate at over 3,000 of their hotels, on either business or pleasure trips. They also offer special amenities, such as free breakfast, free local phone calls, and more.

Who’s Eligible?

Military personnel.

How Do You Get the Discount?

When booking your room, you would need to choose the government rate. Then, show ID or orders when you are checking in.

Can This Discount Be Used Online?

You would need to book your rate online, or call to book your room.

About IHG Hotels

IHG can be traced back to 1777 when William Bass established the Bass Brewery in Burton-upon-Trent.

In 1876, its red triangle logo was the first ever trademark registered in the UK. In 1969, Bass Charrington launched the Crest Hotel Chain which was its first entry into the lodging industry. In 1946, Juan Trippe, founder of Pan American Airways, established the Intercontinental Hotels chain as a division of Pan Am in Brazil. In 1981, Pan Am sold the company.

After a few more ownership changes, IHG was created in 2003, with IHG focusing on hotels and drinks. Today, they have around 5,600 hotels in over 100 countries, and many military locations. They do offer a government rate.

 

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