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10% off Accor Plus Membership (from $355, Was from $395) @ The Champagne Mile


The Champagne Mile is running an exclusive Accor Plus offer for new members. Get a 10% discount when you join before 23 May 2021 (T&Cs apply). Accor Plus membership normally starts from $399, but you can get it for $355 (a saving of $40) with our exclusive link.

What is Accor Plus?
Accor Plus is a paid loyalty program that operates at over 800 hotels across Asia Pacific. Obviously, most international travel is off the cards right now, but there is a large portfolio of participating hotels in Australia and NZ. You can read my comprehensive overview of the program here.

Get a complimentary hotel stay worth up to $400 or more
The key benefit is 1 x complimentary 'Stay Plus' hotel night each year that can be redeemed for a participating property.
While there are some blackout dates in play, if you can get organised to book your night in advance, it's entirely possible to lock in a stay with up to $400 or even more in value - fully offsetting the membership fee.

See my post here for examples of complimentary night availability I've found worth between $371 and $450 for properties in Australia and NZ.

I am also happy to search the Accor Plus website for 'Stay Plus' availability for specific dates/properties. Feel free to comment below or drop me a message if you would like assistance.

Other Accor Plus benefits:
* Up to 50% off dining at over 1100 hotel restaurants (you don't need to be staying at a hotel to use this benefit)
* Up to 50% off exclusive sales (Red Hot Room offers, Early access to Accor global sales)
* Status fast track to ALL- Accor Silver (get free drink vouchers, late checkout)

Accor Plus membership types

Accor Plus offers two distinct membership types: the standard ‘Explorer' membership (which includes all the benefits listed above) and top tier ‘Discovery' which costs $96 more.

Membership Type Normal Price TCM Price
Explorer $399 $359
Discovery $495 $445

A Discovery membership delivers a few additional perks that are probably only likely to be worthwhile once global travel re-opens. This includes worldwide cruise, tour and wine offers, plus the ability to earn Discovery Dollars booking flights on the Accor Plus portal. Personally speaking, I hold an Explorer membership.

For more information about Accor Plus, you can read our comprehensive membership overview here. Or, head to our exclusive sign up link here.

Disclosure: The Champagne Mile receives a small commission when you sign up for Accor Plus using our exclusive link

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  • +3 votes

    who pays for loyalty membership to be tied to one chain
    one night stays outside of the city you live in are not worth it!
    check in at 2pm
    checkout 10am
    so then you forced to book again at that hotel for a weekend at high rates


      Hi aussman, having an Accor Plus membership doesn't necessarily need to tie you to the chain. It's possible to get substantial value back even if you only use it once or twice. For example, we've put together a post highlighting how you can get more than the cost of the standard membership fee back simply by using the free night at some of the premium hotels in Aus and NZ (Sofitel, MGallery, Pullman). Most of the specified 'free night' dates in my post cover weekend nights. ALL - Silver status provides free drinks vouchers and late checkout (subject to availability) and many people (myself included) can save decent $$$ with the private sales and dining benefits.


      I've been a member for several years (joined whilst in Fiji) & tend to use my free night in conjunction with a sale & if you make a multi-night booking have found it automatically makes the free night what normally would have been the most expensive night.
      Even if we end up not staying at an Accor property we sometimes walk to a Sofitel for breakfast. Normally expensive but very good & 50% off makes it cheaper than most cafes & you don't need to be staying to get 50% off. The other way we have used the membership is in my home city is when going out for a show, etc we will have dinner at one of the Accor properties with 50% off the meals making it a great option.

  • +1 vote

    This is not a bad deal considering Accor has some good hotels.

  • +2 votes

    Might be cheaper to get the membership from other countries like Indonesia…

    I paid $395 from Bali and got 2 nights instead of 1.



    Can you still get accor plus from Indonesia or Fiji these days? They are much cheaper.

    • +1 vote

      You can still get it if you have the right connection. I have had it for a number of years now.

      With the current exchange rates getting an Accor Plus membership can pay for itself relatively quickly especially if you make use of all the benefits.

      These are the 2021 Accor Plus Indonesia Membership fees:

      New Membership 1 stay plus (1x complimentary night) IDR 2,900,000 ($260 AUD)
      Yearly Renewal 1 stay plus (1x complimentary night) IDR 2,600,000 ($233 AUD)
      New Membership 2 stay plus (2x complimentary nights) IDR 4,100,000 ($368 AUD)
      Yearly Renewal 2 stay plus (2x complimentary nights) IDR 3,900,000 ($350 AUD)


        How does one go about finding these "connections"? Also are the nights from this usable worldwide?


          I'm assuming by 'connections' Booger means 'have friend/relative in Bali'!

        • +2 votes

          To be fair to The Champagne Mile it wouldn’t be appropriate for me to discuss it here but I’m happy to point you in the right direction if you send me a PM.

        • +2 votes

          Probably best to PM members who have joined overseas & see if they have a referral offer, otherwise it would be best to support the original poster (and get a discount) if you plan to purchase membership locally.
          Accor Plus is a program of the Asia-Pacific properties, consequently the free night is only in the Asia-Pacific region (essentially Australia, NZ & Asia).

  • +2 votes

    I've joined this for the first time this year and whilst at first I was a little skeptical, I really like it.

    One of the things not often discussed is you get better rooms, ranging from location (corner room) to a high floor in the hotel. I am tired of booking through 3rd party sites and the rooms are crap. Every hotel I've stayed at this year (and there's been a few) the room has been great. I've stayed at places from Ibis through to Pullman and look forward to staying at some Sofitel hotels in South East Asia when the world opens up.

  • +1 vote

    FYI this is free with the American Express Platinum CHarge card if you can afford that.


    I was lucky enough to be referred by somebody through ozbargain via their Fiji office.My renewal was just over $200 AUD


    Joined up, pretty disappointed the Stay Plus benefit isn't available on a lot of the dates.
    Wanted to use it at Noosa Sofitel next month but it wasn't available for my dates, only the Sebel was available.


      Probably best to PM current members if you have particular places & dates in mind before joining so they can check for you.
      Some of the really expensive place require 2 night stay and won't show up unless you choose 2 nights.
      Of course most places aren't available peak periods as you might expect (eg long weekends, Christmas holidays).


        Yeah true, but I was trying to book at least 3 nights during shoulder season and it still wouldn't accept the Stay Plus. Tried a whole bunch of dates and stay lengths. 3 nights to 7 nights and none was accepted. Ended up booking the Noosa trip without using the Stay Plus benefit.

        Also did a whole bunch of random searches in Melbourne and it's pretty difficult to find a place which would be worth over the membership price.
        With covid still rampant across the globe I don't see much reason to renew next year.


    I renewed my Fiji membership today - 295 FDJ which comes out around 187AUD - easily covered by my redemption at the Sofitel on Collins during the Australian Open this year. Happy to provide tips on how to sign up or renew.