Qantas Holidays has kicked off 2023 with the launch of a premium focused brand – Qantas Luxury Holidays.
The “all-new” Qantas Luxury Holidays is offering exclusive limited-time offers which can be purchased as hotel-only or bundled with a flight, although not all accommodation options offer flight packages. For its debut, the division is promoting savings of over 60% on regular rates.
Accommodation and packages that are currently listed online are available across many of Qantas Holidays’ network of destinations, domestically and internationally, and include luxury hospitality brands such as InterContinental Hayman Island Resort, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Jumeirah Bali, COMO Point Yamu in Phuket, as well as numerous QT Hotels and Crystalbrook locations, and others.
The holidays vary from as few as two nights duration, through to seven nights, with Qantas Frequent Flyer members able to use either cash or points (a minimum of 5,000 points are required) to book the deals.
Depending on the property, “exclusive inclusions” built into the Qantas Luxury Holidays packages may include items, such as, food and beverage credits, meals, excursions and activities, transfers, room upgrades, and a complimentary bottle of wine.
“From exclusive room upgrades, food and beverages, luxury spa treatments and more – this new world of luxury is packed with value and ready for you to enjoy,” an email announcing the new arm of Qantas Holidays said.
Members of Qantas Frequent Flyer were notified of the new brand this week via email, while the Qantas inflight magazine has been promoting Qantas Luxury Holidays from the start of January on flights around the country, featuring a dedicated, multipage lift-out.
“Our holiday experts have negotiated exclusive inclusions… with our best hotel partners, just for you. Each offer is available for a limited time only and in most cases, can be combined with Qantas flights to create the ulitmate luxury holiday package,” the Qantas magazine states.
Frequent Flyers will earn 3 Qantas Points per $1 spent on accommodation, plus Status Credits on packages including flights, when booked through Qantas Luxury Holidays.
The company says that Qantas Frequent Flyers will also use 30-45% points across holiday package when they utilise Points Plus Pay to book packages, as part of a “permanent program change”.
When booking with Qantas Luxury Holidays, Points Club members will earn 25% more Qantas Points, and Points Club Plus members will earn 50% more Qantas Points.
For more details, see qantas.com/luxuryholidays