Marriott International and LAN Airlines are teaming up to offer discounts in Latin America

Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE: MAR) and LAN Airlines are teaming up to offer LANPASS members a 20 percent discount at Marriott’s portfolio of hotels in Latin America and Miami.

LAN Airlines is the largest airline service provider in Latin America, and an ideal partner for this special promotion” said John Licence, vice president of sales and marketing for Marriott International, Inc. if the Americas South region. “As a like minded brand, we created this program especially for ELITE LANPASS members to thank them for their business in the region during the holiday season” 

Speaking on behalf of LAN Airlines, Ralph Piket, general manager of the LANPASS program said, “We are thrilled to partner with Marriott on this exclusive offer, and we are confident it will be a success with our ELITE LANPASS members in key destination markets throughout the region”

The LANPASS member rates will be offered at participating Marriott International hotels in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico and Miami, Florida.


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