Last week, we talked about the new IHG Point Breaks list, which is good for bookings for now through April 30th, 2017. I have updated my reference page that I keep with all of the IHG Point Breaks. Remember, you can always bookmark that page and check in at
Originally I was confused and thinking that the list would be bookable on Friday, but several people corrected me that it would be bookable instead on Monday (today). It appears that the list is bookable now – and remember that the “good” hotels sell out quickly, so book quickly.
There are 2 Intercontinental hotels on the list – one in Maracaibo, Venezuela and one in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, if you’re into that kind of thing. Personally, I’m bummed that the Staybridge Suites in Sacramento, California, which has been periodically off and on the list, is not on the list during the months that we’re planning on being there. And also there weren’t any hotels on our route through Texas and New Mexico
Here’s one screenshot of a hotel on the list for 5000 points
What IHG Point Breaks hotels for Q1 2017 are you booking?
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