SAN FRANCISCO – XOJET, the leader in on-demand private jet charter services, announced its first global hotel partnership with Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences.
“We are devoted to caring for and providing our clients with unparalleled service, whether it’s for business or leisure,” said James Henderson, XOJET’s Chief Business Officer. “This new partnership with an acclaimed hospitality leader such as Mandarin Oriental will allow us to extend the elite travel experience to our clients long after they’ve landed.”
“Mandarin Oriental is delighted to be XOJET’s first global hotel partner and we look forward to providing their clients with a range of exciting benefits as they travel the world,” said Jennifer Atkinson, Director of Customer Relationship and Partnership Marketing.
Effective immediately, XOJET Preferred Access and Elite Access program clients will enjoy privileges, including VIP status, when they stay at Mandarin Oriental properties and the opportunity to upgrade their stay upon check-in.* In keeping with Mandarin Oriental’s legendary service, additional amenities will be available to XOJET program clients during their stays in select Mandarin Oriental properties.
In return, Mandarin Oriental VIP guests can enjoy dedicated booking services with XOJET’s team of Aviation Advisors and a $2,500 credit towards their first flight. XOJET clients enjoy premier in-flight service, a round-the-clock Aviation Advisor, and for flexible flyers, the ability to manage costs by selecting flight features that matter to them.
Mandarin Oriental joins XOJET’s elite roster of new luxury lifestyle partners, including Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort, Etihad, Pebble Beach Resorts, and Summus, which connects families to top-tier physicians across leading US medical institutions. This ecosystem of partners continues to expand the range of value added service offerings available to clients who fly with XOJET.
* Subject to availability.