Programs at a Glance – Drury Hotels Gold Key Club

Programs at a Glance – Drury Hotels Gold Key Club


  • 10 points per dollar spent on qualifying room rates


  • Hotel
    – Free nights range from 6,000 points for a Standard or King room at Pear or Thrifty Inns to 14,000 points for a two-room suite at Drury Inn & Suites.

  • Free Night Gift Certificates (12,000 points)
  • $50 Retail Gift Certificates (15,000 points)
  • 5,000 Airline Miles (25,000 points)
  • Resort Awards (14,000-80,000 points)
  • Cruise Awards (100,000-350,000 points)


  • Airlines
    – American, Delta.

  • Hotel
    – Drury Hotel brands include Drury Inns, Drury Inn & Suites, Drury Suites, and Pear Tree Inns.



  • Transfer/pooling
    – Not available

  • Mile/Point purchase
    – Not available

  • Expiration
    – Members who do not accrue or redeem any points for a period of 365 days will be placed on inactive status. If the member does not accrue any points for an additional 180 days, membership will be terminated and all points in the account will be forfeited.

  • Award Transfers
    – All awards are fully transferable.

    Drury Hotels traces its family-owned roots all the way back to the 1940’s, and of all things, a plastering business. In 1973, the Drury family experimented with a new concept, the limited-service hotel.

    The first Drury Inn opened in Sikeston, Mo., with a rate of $10.88. Guests found they received quality accommodations at prices 25-30 percent below full-service competitors.

    Today the company owns 100 properties in 17 states.

    Gold Key Club is as tidy and basic as the hotels it represents. With free nights beginning at 6,000 points, and an average stay netting about 600 points, members can begin cashing in for free nights after about nine or ten stays — about average for the industry.

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