SPG offering discounts & benefits for Starwood restaurants around India

One of the lesser known aspects of being a member of the Starwood Preferred Guest program is that you usually get a 15% discount at most restaurants in SPG properties for dining in. You also get points for your dining at these SPG properties. However, SPG has recently launched a promotion, with 29 participating restaurants in India, which takes it to a whole new level.

With the SPG Triple Benefits being offered from July through September, at the 29 participating restaurants, you get the 15% off on your dining bill anyways. On top of that, each restaurant has individual offers as well. For instance, at the Prego (Westin Gurgaon), you get a complimentary cheese platter and complimentary entrees as well.


Here is a list of the participating hotels and cities where the restaurants are located:


You can check out the entire list of restaurants and the promotions they offer on the SPG Restaurants & Bars website. Overall, a superb promotion and I’ll try to visit some of these restaurants in the coming months.

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