Dine Your Way to a Free Stay

November 8, 2014 Samantha David
Starwood Preferred Guest | Travel Rewards | Honeycombers Jakarta

Why settle for a boring ol’ sushi dinner when you can treat yo self (yes, we just made a Parks and Recreation reference) to something a little fancier? If we said you could earn some amazing travel rewards – free night stays! – while you’re at it, would you be out the door in a split second? We thought so!

Starwood Preferred Guest® (SPG®) programme, an exclusive members-only programme covering over 1,000 hotels and resorts across the Starwood group, has just launched the Triple Crave promo, which lets you earn three times the Starpoints® when you spend US$50 or more at participating restaurants* from Mondays through Thursdays, from now till 30 December 2014. Visit spg.com/triplecrave to find participating restaurants and bars close to you.

With more Starpoints®, you can redeem complimentary room nights, awesome room upgrades, free flights, spa experiences and even VIP access to exciting events and once in a lifetime moments. Not an SPG member yet? Sign up for free and reap the benefits of being an SPG® member! Visit spg.com/dining to find out more.

Score lunch for two at Bengawan Restaurant

Here’s one more piece of good news: stand to win a three-course Mexican set lunch for two at Bengawan Restaurant at Keraton at The Plaza by simply telling us what’s your #lunchcrave for today in the comment box below. Most appetising entry wins! Contest ends 30 November, Sunday. Winners will be announced on 1 December, Monday. Good luck!

*For a complete list of participating restaurants for the Triple Crave promo visit www.spg.com/triplecrave.

This article is sponsored by Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Asia Pacific.

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