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Review: Qatar Airways Doha to Mumbai QSuites Business Class

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This review of Qatar Airways Doha to Mumbai Flight QR556 covers the QSuite Business Class product which is operated regularly on the Boeing 777 flights between Doha and Mumbai. Unquestionably one of the best business class products out there at the moment.

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Review: Qatar Airways Al Mourjan Business Lounge, Doha

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Qatar Airways Al Mourjan Business Lounge is exclusively for the use of Business Class passengers of Qatar Airways and other oneworld airlines, but as good as some of the First Class Lounges I have seen in the past. Here is a pictorial review of one of the best Business Class lounges, ever!

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What Luxury Boutique Hotels can learn from Mandarin Oriental’s new Loyalty Program?

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Fans of M.O. is Mandarin Oriental’s exclusive recognition programme where guests enjoy privileges such as breakfast, pressing services, late check-out, etc right from their first stay at any hotel. A great move to recognise every guest and offer them privileges that chain hotels give only after testing guest loyalty.

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Marriott Introduces New Ways to Earn Points without stays

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Marriott Rewards is offering a new way to earn Marriott points without staying at hotels. Marriott Moments now allows members to earn Marriott Rewards & SPG points on sightseeing and tours booked. We took a closer look at the prices and the earning opportunity and were quite impressed.

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Your JPMiles won’t expire anymore!

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JetPrivilege is rolling out a new enhancement. As of the end of June 2018, they are doing away with the 3 years expiry of miles and moving to the international system of not expiring miles as long as there is an activity in the prior 18 months. This could mean you are now going to be able to use your miles for much longer than just the 3 years.

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