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Qatar Airways has launched a promotion for travelers flying Qatar and stopping over in Doha. With the promotion, you can stay from as little as $23 per night in Doha. The promotion is valid for travel and stays through December 31, 2020.
- The promotion is valid for bookings made by December 28, 2020
- All travel and stays must be completed by December 31, 2020
- Book a stopover hotel from as little as $23 per night
- To take advantage of the promotion, your stopover in Doha must be for 12 hours or longer
- The promotion is only available when stopping over in Qatar; not if your journey starts or ends in Doha
- The promotion only applies to Qatar E-tickets starting with “157”
- The promotion does not apply to codeshare flights
- Maximum one hotel booking per E-ticket allowed
- Maximum hotel occupancy is 2 adults and one child under 11 years old
Qatar has put together a helpful page with details including sample four- and five-star hotels that participate in the program. The sweet spot for the promotion seems to be splurging by spending the extra $5 USD to book one of the five-star options. It's also worth noting that you can also get discounted rates for multi-night stays if you plan to stay in Doha for more than one night. However, if you're planning to book an award ticket, any stop longer than 24 hours will likely require more points or miles.
If you fancy Flying Qatar’s groundbreaking Qsuites, then this promotion could be very handy. Since many Doha connections involve long flights on both ends, this can be a great way to rest on solid ground or spend a few hours exploring a new city.
Opting to fly to Asia with Qatar is a great way to sample the Qsuites, especially as Qatar keeps adding them to U.S. destinations, most recently Boston and Philadelphia. Currently, Qatar operates Qsuite-equipped aircraft to eight U.S. cities including Boston, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington D.C., Dallas, and Philadelphia. That leaves Miami and Atlanta as the only two U.S. destinations that have a nice, but less spectacular standard business class.
Source: Qatar Airways
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