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Pros & Cons
Free night certificates expire after 12 months for Gold Level and Platinum Level members
Blackout dates may apply and vary by property
Account memberships expire after 24 months of inactivity
Ease of Earning Free Night3.0
No. of Hotels< 100
The Omni Select Guest program does not use traditional points, but every qualifying night you stay at an Omni hotel brings you one step closer to a free night.
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The Omni Select Guest program offers three membership levels: Gold, Platinum and Black. Members are also automatically enrolled in the Global Hotel Alliance's DISCOVERY rewards program.See details about how membership works
The Fine Print
- You can only earn credit toward a free stay on two rooms in your name at a time; only one member per room can receive credit.
- Free night certificates cover the room rate, taxes and resort fees, plus food and beverage items at all-inclusive resorts.
- Free night awards earned by one member cannot be given to another member.
- GHA properties are not eligible for qualifying stays or free night certificates.
- Discounted reservations booked on third-party websites are not eligible for reward nights or membership perks.
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