When you’re looking at your Marriott Rewards account activity, have you ever wondered what a qualifying night is and how that’s different from a stay or a rollover night?
See if this helps:
A qualifying night is considered as any night booked under your name and paid for by you at a participating hotel.
Example: If you book and pay for a room under your name, checking in on 4/1 and checking out on 4/3, this counts as two qualifying nights
A stay is considered as one or more consecutive qualifying nights booked under your name and paid for by you at a participating hotel.
Example: If you book and pay for a room under your name, checking in on 4/1 and checking out on 4/3, your completed visit at the hotel counts as one stay
Rollover nights (or Elite rollover nights) are any qualifying nights over and above the annual minimum requirements for you to retain or achieve Elite membership status for the following calendar year.
Example: To achieve Silver Elite status, you need to complete 10 qualifying nights in one year. If you complete 12 qualifying nights in one year, you can rollover the two extra nights to count towards your Elite status for the following year.
Now, you can view your Account Activity with ease.