The free mid-tier elite status offer has been extended through the end of 2014 for Visa Infinite cardholders and HSBC Premier members and perhaps others.

Langham Hotels 1865 Voyager status normally requires 5 stays within 12 months.

Key benefits are:

  • complimentary room upgrade subject to room availability)
  • free internet access
  • 6pm late checkout
  • welcome amenity

Use this link to go to the enrollment page. Then enter the invitation code 453826123 into the top box and click ‘enter’. Membership tier should change to ‘Voyager’.

The offer is valid through December 31, and status is scheduled to last for 12 months once you register. Status should get renewed with just two stays per year.

  1. Diondi said,

    Hi Gary, have you heard of being able to use Langham Voyager status to match to either Hyatt Diamond or Hilton Gold?

  2. Gary Leff said,

    @Diondi i haven’t

  3. Ryan H said,

    @Diondi tried it a while back, didn’t work.

  4. Rami said,

    Thank you for the link.

  5. Ryan said,

    I can’t get it to work :(

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  7. Charles said,

    any tips on how to enter the promo code into an existing Langham account?

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