Pros & Cons
Some member benefits are subject to availability, including room upgrades, early check-in and late checkout
Stays that are booked through third-party websites do not qualify for rewards
Reward night vouchers can only be redeemed for a standard room of $300 or less; a supplement will apply for other room types or more expensive standard rooms
Ease of Earning Free Night5.0
No. of Hotels500 - 999
You can accrue and redeem complimentary stays with any Small Luxury Hotels of the World property. To earn a free night, you must stay at least five times or spend $6,000 within a calendar year. Only qualifying stays – stays booked through slh.com or the SLH voice reservation team with your membership ID – count toward the free night reward.
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The INVITED program is divided into three membership levels: Invited, Inspired and Indulged. INVITED also offers the invitation-only Indulged Elite level for its most loyal customers.See details about how membership works
The Fine Print
- SLH may terminate the INVITED program and an individual's membership at any time with immediate written notice.
- No more than five reward night vouchers can be booked consecutively per hotel, per stay.
- Free reward night vouchers expire one year after they are issued; extensions cannot be granted.
- You can only earn one qualifying stay per reservation, regardless of the number of rooms booked.
- Bookings made through the individual hotel's website do not count toward INVITED benefits.
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