Jet Linx launches preferred hotel program

By Doug Gollan, September 10, 2020

Jet Linx Aviation is partnering with luxury travel agency Embark Beyond to created the Elevated Lifestyle Preferred Hotel Program

Private jet management and jet card membership provider Jet Linx is launching the Elevated Lifestyle Preferred Hotel Program. The program providers jet card members and aircraft owners VIP access to luxury hotels and resorts.

“Jet Linx continues to set new standards for private aviation, from our safety initiatives to 5-star service, and this groundbreaking program is no different,” said Jamie Walker, the CEO of Jet Linx.

He added, “It is an honor to provide our clients with exclusive access to some of the world’s most coveted properties, as well as complimentary booking assistance, to deliver a truly seamless travel experience. By bridging private aviation and hospitality we look forward to introducing our clients to these sought after destinations.”

The Jet Linx Elevated Lifestyle Preferred Hotel Program provides benefits and amenities at participating properties, such as preferred rates and complimentary upgrades, among other special accommodations.

The program is being launched with nearly 50 hotels, including Acqualina Resort & Residences On The Beach in Miami Beach, Florida; One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico; Eden Roc Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic; Auberge du Jeu de Paume in Chantilly, France; and Royal Mansour Marrakech in Morocco.

To create the program, Jet LInx partnered EMBARK Beyond, a leading Virtuoso travel agency. Embark is recognized for creating high-end experiences, including hotel and private island takeovers. EMBARK will be responsible for booking reservations at participating properties for Jet Linx clients.

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