Qantas launches Classic Hotel Rewards

Posted: 13 March 2017 1:02 pm


Qantas Frequent Flyers can now enjoy exclusive discounts when redeeming their points for Classic Hotel Rewards.

Qantas has announced another way for frequent flyers to get more value from their Qantas Points with the launch of Classic Hotel Rewards. Just like Classic Flight Rewards, this program offers frequent flyers exclusive discounts and deals when they use their points to book accommodation through Qantas Hotels.

The Classic Hotel Rewards program launches with over 180 hotels and resorts in Australia, offering plenty of ways for members to save when booking a domestic holiday. Partnered hotel chains include Adina Serviced Apartments, Grand Hyatt and Travelodge. Depending where your next travel plans are taking you, you could relax at the Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney for 22,000 points, enjoy a stay at the Seasons Heritage in Melbourne for 13,000 points or stay the night at the Travelodge in Perth for 14,000 points.

To redeem the right reward for you, filter your choices by whether you want to pay with points or cash, the minimum rating, the maximum average rate you’re willing to pay and the type of accommodation you’re after.


While you could always use your Qantas Points to redeem hotel rewards, the launch of Classic Hotel Rewards offers Qantas Frequent Flyers more ways to get more bang for their buck when spending their points.

The revamp of Qantas’ hotel rewards options comes just a few weeks after Velocity announced that it would also allow Velocity Frequent Flyers to redeem points for hotel stays.

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