A lot of the questions around what constitutes a "stay" revolve around whether a "stay" should be each night per visit rather than just a visit. My question is whether rooms booked at special rates, such as the AAA rate, qualify as a "stay"?
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In regards to your post, I'd like to provide some clarity. A "stay" is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/checkout activity. For example if your reservation contains 3 nights, it is not defined as 3 separate stays, it is only counted as 1 stay. But, you will receive 3 night credits in your account. As a reminder, third party bookings are not eligible for points/nights earnings. Bookings made through Marriott using the AAA rate are eligible. If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to ask!
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Thanks so much for the swift reply!
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