Earn Accor Live Limitless (ALL) points on dining, with no stay required

Accor has simplified the process for earning ALL points when dining at hotel restaurants, allowing members to stack credit card discounts.

Accor Live Limitless (ALL) members have historically been able to earn points when dining at hotel restaurants, even if they weren’t an in-house guest. However, the system was rather clunky. Members had to register a Visa card in the Accor app, and would only earn points when they paid with that particular credit card. 

Accor has now introduced a much better solution. You simply provide your ALL number when paying the bill, and then proceed to pay however you wish. Rewards points will be credited within seven days.

What this means is that you can enjoy Chillax or other credit card discounts, while earning ALLL points on the nett amount payable. The lack of a minimum spend requirement also makes it easy to extend the life of your entire points balance.

What’s the earn rate?

Points will be accrued at a rate of 1 Euro= 1 point, and there is no minimum spend required to earn points (well, OK you need to spend at least 1 Euro (S$1.60)). For comparison, hotel stays earn 25-44 points per 10 Euros, depending on your membership tier. 

ALL points can be redeemed against hotel stays at a rate of 2,000 points= 40 Euros, so this is equivalent to a 2% rebate on dining. More importantly, however, earning at least 1 point extends the life of your entire balance by a further 12 months. 

If you racked up some ALL points under the excellent SCB X Card transfer offer last year, this is an easy way to recharge them. 

Which restaurants are participating?

Tiffin Room
Tiffin Room

Accor has provided a list of hotels that are participating, so my assumption is that all the hotel-operated F&B outlets will be eligible to accrue points. This includes:

Fairmont &
Swissotel The Stamford
  • Asian Market Cafe
  • Bar Rouge (closed)
  • JAAN by Kirk Westaway
  • Kopi Tiam (closed)
  • Mikuni
  • Prego
  • SKAI
  • SKAI Bar (closed)
  • Szechuan Court
  • The Eight
  • The Stamford Brasserie (closed)
Ibis Styles Singapore on MacPherson
  • Chat & Chow
Ibis Singapore on Bencoolen
  • Taste
Ibis Singapore Novena
  • Oopen
Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy
  • Breez Bistro.Bar (closed)
  • Feast Roxy
  • Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant
  • Wave Cafe (closed)
Mercure Singapore Bugis
Mercure Singapore on Stevens
  • Fudebar (closed)
  • Winestone
Novotel Singapore on Stevens
  • Food Exchange
  • L’Apéritif (closed)
Raffles Hotel
  • BBR by Alain Ducasse (closed)
  • Butcher’s Block
  • La Dame de Pic
  • Long Bar
  • Raffles Courtyard
  • The Grand Lobby
  • Tiffin Room
  • Writers Bar
  • Yi by Jereme Leung
Sofitel Sentosa Resort & Spa
  • Kwee Zeen
  • LeBar
  • The Cliff
  • The Garden
Sofitel Singapore City Centre
  • 1864
  • Racines
Sofitel SO Singapore
  • 1927 (closed)
  • Lobby Lounge
  • Xperience
Swissotel Merchant Court
  • Blue Potato
  • Crossroads Bar (closed)
  • Ellenborough Market Cafe

Not all F&B concepts are open at the moment due to COVID, so be sure to give the hotel a ring before heading down. 


The revised system gives you more flexibility to earn ALL points when dining, and all you need to remember is to provide your membership number to the staff when paying.

Remember: you can stack this with the discount offered by Accor Plus, saving up to 50% off food.

Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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So the payment card doesn’t have to be a Visa card right? I can use AMEX love Dinning then get the points?


The regular prices on mostly Accor Plus eligible restaurants are completely rip-off.


Mikuni is definitely overpriced even after Accor+ discounts. Luckily the regular lunch sets are eligible (though priced at around S$70-100 per set). Same case for SKAI a-la-carte menu (and Accor+ is not eligible on all those premium items e.g. caviar, wagyu etc., leaving only half a page of menu for you to exercise your Accor+) Asian market café and Szechuan Court taste OK, but the former is halal (I am fond of char siew and sio bak) and the latter is above average but isn’t really stellar. For restaurants in Raffles, I believe stay-in guests have 15% off or 10%… Read more »


Do you think I could make a retroactive claim? I had a meal at La Dame de Pic in end-Dec but didn’t get any points (was not staying at Raffles).


I remembered back then only few restaurants were in the programme and none was from Raffles.


Any good value recommendations with AccorPlus



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