Marriott Offers Special Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Experiences

by Richard D'Ambrosio


Marriott International announced a multi-year partnership with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), making Marriott International the preferred hotel company for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

As a result, the more than 100 million global members of Marriott's three loyalty programs - Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guests (SPG), which includes more than 3.7 million members in Canada, will be able to redeem points for once-in-a-lifetime hockey themed experiences with current and past players.

To celebrate the launch of the partnership, former Maple LeafsDarcy Tucker and Johnny Bower surprised an unsuspecting Marriott Rewards member checking into Delta Hotels By Marriott Toronto for the weekend to watch a game.

The company converted the guest’s Maple Leafs tickets into a morning skate with the team, a behind the scenes tour of the Air Canada Centre and the chance to watch the game from VIP platinum seats.

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