From boardrooms to ballrooms, Club CarlsonSM for Planners has your event covered. Whether you’re planning a small meeting, a large convention, a dinner, or even a wedding, planners can earn Gold Points® for events booked at over 1,000 Carlson Rezidor hotels worldwide.
- Enroll in Club Carlson℠ at clubcarlson.com
- Contact your selected hotel to book your next meeting or event and request Gold Points® through the Planners program.
- We will take care of the rest. Our facilities and technology, along with our experienced staff, strive to ensure that your next meeting or event will be a success—start to finish
When you book your next meeting or event at any of our more than 1,000 participating Carlson Rezidor hotels worldwide, you can earn:
5 Gold Points®
per USD spent on event purchases at any participating Carlson Rezidor hotel.
Plus, your event attendees are not required to participate in Club Carlson for you to earn points.
Redeem your points and reward yourself with:
Free Award Nights
Redeem starting at just 9,000 Gold Points with no blackout dates on standard rooms.
Enjoy valuable redemption options such as prepaid cards, gift cards, airline miles, and more.
Points + Cash
Use Points + Cash for an Award Night starting at 5,000 Gold Points or buy more points online to top off your account balance.
Club Carlson was the FIRST hotel loyalty program to commit to a global meetings and events carbon offsetting initiative by purchasing carbon credits to offset the estimated carbon footprint of Club Carlson for Planners meetings and events, at no cost to the planner.
Club Carlson has partnered with Carbon Footprint to purchase the carbon credits after conclusion of each Club Carlson for Planners event. Each ton of carbon is offset with the planting of one tree in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, plus either an investment in renewable energy in India, or the saving of a tree in the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil.
Carbon credits purchased take into account the energy consumption of the hotel related to the meeting or event, including elements related to heating and cooling, lighting, projectors and audio-visual equipment, as well as food and beverage-related emissions such as refrigeration and cooking.