Marriott International rewards its loyalty programme members with the call to eat, play and have fun at the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens from April 6 - 8, and the HKSEVENS Festival at Lee Gardens, the weekends of March 30 - April 2 and April 6 - 8.
Power members who redeem 45,000 Rewards points/15,000 Starpoints will get to enjoy access to the Marriott Executive Suite. The VIP Package includes premium hospitality, performances and activities including head and shoulder massage, face painting and a family-friendly tote-bag making workshop. Members can also bid for a VIP package, starting at 15,000 Rewards points/ 5,000 Starpoints. It includes an anticipated meet and greet with rugby players from the USA Eagles team, and autographed balls and jerseys.
Family members can get to enjoy Hong Kong Sevens experiences as well by using their Rewards points or Starpoints to take part in Junior Rugby Clinics at Hysan Place (2 April), where a limited number of spaces have been reserved exclusively for children to meet rugby star, Waisale Serevi, for an exclusive coaching session.
Other member-exclusive experiences include the HKSEVENS Kick Off Concert (5 April), headlined by legendary British band UB40 with a mix of old classics and their latest reggae beats. Sponsored by Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and SPG, members will receive premium seating and exclusive access to the Marriott VIP area. These packages can be redeemed directly on Marriott Rewards Moments and SPG Moments for 15,000 Rewards points and 5,000 Starpoints respectively.
"Today's travellers see their points as the gateway to creating memories that last a lifetime," said Peggy Fang-Roe, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Marriott International, Asia Pacific. "The sponsorship of the Hong Kong Sevens creates unbeatable value for our members by giving them the ability to participate in authentic, international tent pole events."
Members of Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) are eligible to enjoy these exclusive privileges.