Free Small Luxury Hotels of the World Status – Loved Membership Level

| Updated: April 6, 2017
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Another free hotel loyalty status is up for grabs this week. This time Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) is giving select credit cardholders free Loved Club Membership.

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SLH’s Club Membership has three tiers, including:

This means you’ll get an free Loved status level, instead of the normal Special level given upon signing up with the program.

Normally the Loved level is awarded after just one stay, so it’s not a hugely exclusive level. But still, why not grab it while it’s free?

Free Small Luxury Hotels of the World Loved Status

You can register and get the free status level here if you have one of the following credit cards: American Express, MasterCard, DinersClub.

Given that many in the miles and points game tend to have multiple credit cards most people should qualify. It only takes a minute to sign-up, so it may be worth it if you think you may plan on staying at a SLH hotel.

At the very least with Loved status you’ll get free breakfast, room upgrades, and late check-out. Once you have the status level you will keep it for 12 months.

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World looks like it has some very unique properties around the world and you can find a full list of locations worldwide here.

Hat Tip: Extreme Hotel Deals

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