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ihgPriority Club / IHG has released its new list of IHG Point Breaks hotels that will be available for booking on February 25th and bookable for 3 months: through March 2015, April 2015 and May 2015. The list was posted on the IHG Rewarding Experiences page.

IHG Pointbreaks March 2015 through May 2015

My wife and I both just got the Chase IHG 80,000 point card recently, so we are flush on points for now. Between the 2 of us, we could probably stay 30 nights at some of these IHG PointBreak hotels!!!

Remember that there is a limit of 2 IHG Point Breaks reservations per person (though I’m not sure how that’s tracked or enforced). I don’t see a ton of them on this list, but typically, the more aspirational hotels go pretty quickly, so you’ll want to book them soon after they are released on November 24th (Monday) if you have your eye on any of those.

If you need to find the official list (it won’t be updated until tomorrow), it is here – (why is the official IHG Point Breaks list page so hard to find?!?!)

Here’s a map that has the 149 locations listed in the IHG Point Breaks March 2015 – May 2015 list. There may be some changes as this list is only a preview, but it should be mostly accurate.

It is color coded by brand (Holiday Inn Express is light green, Intercontinentals are purple, etc.). The complete legend is in the dropdown in the left of the map

Note that the geocoding that I used didn’t seem to be super accurate but it does appear to be mostly correct at least down to the city level. Meaning I would not count on it being accurate as to WHERE the Holiday Inn Express is in Pikeville, Kentucky, but it should be accurate as to WHERE Pikeville, Kentucky IS (southeastern KY, i.e. not somewhere I’d be particularly excited about spending a few nights, with apologies to the Southeastern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce 😀 ). If you find any markers that are horribly in the wrong places, please let me know!


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