The Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription was launched in 2023. At a cost of €199 per year, the card promises a number of interesting benefits. Since at least 95% of my hotel stays per year are in Accor properties, I thought I’d sign up and see whether it’s worth the cost.

What is the Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription?

Priced at €199 per year, the Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription is one of two card available. The other is the ALL Plus Ibis Card which is priced at €99 per year. This didn’t interest me, because although I do regularly stay at Ibis, I didn’t see much point in a card which wouldn’t also offer me benefits at other Accor brands, such as Mercure, Sofitel or Novotel.

The Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription is valid for one year from the day you sign up. This means it can be purchased strategically, as we’ll discuss a little more later. The core benefits are:

  • 20% discount across 11 Luxury and Premium brands (such as Sofitel, MGallery and Pullman) and 15% off at 10 Midscale and Economy brands (such as Mercure, Novotel and Ibis).
  • Guaranteed room availability, providing you book two or more days in advance.
  • 20 free Status Nights in the ALL Accor loyalty scheme
  • Premium customer care support

Prior to signing up, I was unsure what these discounts would mean in practice. The wording on the Accor website is slightly ambiguous. It merely states that the discount is based on the best public rate that day. It’d nice to be able to see what discount you could actually benefit from prior to signing up. Unfortunately, however, this isn’t possible.

How much can I save with the Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription?

Of course, the main advertised benefit is the room discount. Considering I stay at Accor hotels for at least 40 nights per year, I was hoping I’d be able to easily get back the cost of my card. I still wasn’t clear when I purchased, however, how much this would actually be per stay.

To see this in more detail, I’m going to share some examples. I’ll compare the cost of a stay with my Accor All Plus Voyageur Subscription, compared to the rate available for standard ALL Accor loyalty members, who can join the scheme for free.

I typically spend most of my stays in Asia, Europe or South America. So these are the locations I’ll focus on, but the discounts are available worldwide. I’ve randomly chosen to price up a 1 night stay on Friday 8 November 2024. I’ll compare the cheapest rate available for that day.Β 

Example 1: Novotel Madrid Center

Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Saving: €21.59 / 10.53%

Example 2: Century Old Town MGallery Prague

Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Saving: €19.47 / 15.3%

Example 3: Sofitel Krabi

Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Saving: €23.47 / 15.79%

Example 4: Pullman Bali Legian

Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Saving: €18.25 / 15.79%

Example 5: Ibis SΓ£o Paulo Paulista

Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Saving: €5.88 / 10.53%

Are there any other Accor ALL Plus Voyageur Subscription benefits?

The only other benefit I’d rate highly is the addition of 20 Status Nights after purchasing the Voyageur Subscription. In fact, this was the main reason I decided to go ahead and purchase the card. Usually, I gain my status with Accor through Status Nights, rather than Status Points. By December 2023, I had 45 Status Nights which meant I was on track to be downgraded from Platinum to Gold.Β 

I didn’t have any further stays planned for the year, and while I technically still had time, it was going to cost far more than €199 to get an additional 15 Status Nights the conventional way. As promised, within 24 hours of my subscription the Status Nights had been applied to my account. I then successfully retained my Accor Platinum for 2024.Β 

This is when it can pay to be strategic. I waited until December to buy the card, because by that point, I knew I wasn’t going to meet the threshold to retain my status. If Status Nights aren’t a factor for you, it’d be worth waiting to buy the subscription until you’re ready to start making big bookings. This means you’ll maximise your twelve month period.Β 


Since I typically stay in Accor hotels when I’m travelling, it made sense for me to explore the Accor ALL Plus Voyageur subscription. All being well, I know I’ll spend around 45 nights at Accor hotels over the year, so at this level, I know I can gain savings from the card. Using the examples above, I’d need to stay at the Novotel Madrid for roughly 9 nights to get my money back.Β 

What’s more, because of the Status Night perk, I can make savings throughout the year and achieve Platinum much more easily. This, for me, makes it an excellent value option. If you don’t have any status in Accor ALL, you’d instantly qualify for Silver if you purchased the Voyageur Subscription. While Silver status doesn’t get you much more than a complimentary welcome drink, you’d only be 10 nights away from Gold and this is when free upgrades start being a benefit.Β 

You can visit Accor’s dedicated subscriptions page to find out more, or to purchase the card if you’re interested.Β