Radisson Promotion: 20% Discount on Weekend Stays Until November 2021

Radisson Hotels has started its Take a Break promotion, with a possible 10% discount (+ 10% for Radisson Rewards members) on the best available rate on hotels in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Until September 30, 2021, you can enjoy a discount on stays between today and November 30, 2021.

This rate is fully refundable until 16:00 on your day of arrival. Sadly, some hotels require your stay to be prepaid – an unusual request during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Radisson Take a Brake

You can select your preferred hotel by following the link above. The offer is valid for nights at selected hotels of all Radisson brands, such as Radisson Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson RED, Radisson, Park Inn by Radisson and Park Plaza hotels. You can find a comprehensive list of participating hotels here.

Even better, you can save an additional 10% by signing up to Radisson’s loyalty program, Radisson Rewards.

The booking period for this deal ends on September 30, 2021. The eligible nights for the weekend stay vary:

  • Europe: Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
  • Africa & Middle East: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Weekend Offer Prague
The Weekend is flexible until the day of arrival and mostly requires no prepayment.

This promotion is not exclusive to Radisson’s website. You can find similar rates on in portals like booking.com on all dates we checked.

Bottom Line

This isn’t an outstanding, but quite good offer by Radisson. While the travel period is short and even further limited to specific weekdays, overall availability just isn’t that good. At least the rate is fully refundable and can be cancelled short term, so you have all the flexibility the pandemic demands.

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  1. Uwe Listing says:

    Your link leads to “This offer has expired”…(offer booked by December31)….
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