Qatar and Accor link loyalty schemes

Qatar Airways and AccorHotels offer reciprocal benefits
Qatar Airways and AccorHotels have announced a new partnership that will bring reciprocal benefits to members of both Qatar Airways Privilege Club and Le Club AccorHotels.
Members of the Qatar Airways loyalty program can now convert their Qmiles into Le Club AccorHotels points to redeem accommodation at over 3,400 hotels and resorts across the hotel group’s global network.
Meanwhile, members of AccorHotels’ scheme can opt to convert their points into Qatar Airways Privilege Club Qmiles, to redeem flights to over 150 destinations.
Qatar Airways Privilege Club members can use a conversion rate of 4,500 Qmiles for 1,000 Le Club AccorHotels points, while Le Club members have an exchange rate of 2,000 points to 1,000 Qmiles.
The partnership “heralds the beginning of an exciting partnership with AccorHotels Group as we continue our commitment to provide the very best rewards program for our most valued guests,” said Ian Di Tullio Qatar Airways’ vice president for customer loyalty and relationship management.


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