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Skywards members can earn more miles at London hotels

Skywards members staying at any Jumeirah International property in Dubai and London can now earn three Skywards miles per US dollar as part of a new promotion.

Skywards members staying at any Jumeirah International property in Dubai and London can now earn three Skywards miles per US dollar on all eligible spend, as part of a new promotion by the frequent flyer programme of Emirates and SriLankan Airlines.

Members staying in any of the Jumeirah International hotels in Dubai or London can now earn three Skywards miles per one US dollar on eligible spend.

“Skywards membership means privileges both in the air and on the ground, giving our premium customers opportunities to enjoy their time away, courtesy of our partners in the airline, hotel and car hire industries,” Brian LaBelle, said general manager of Skywards.

To celebrate the launch of the new programme, Jumeirah International will offer all Skywards members additional bonus opportunities by doubling their miles on selected offers in many of the Jumeirah International hotels.

Skywards members now earn double miles until the end of September this year, when staying at The Carlton Tower or The Lowndes Hotel, Jumeirah International’s latest additions in London.

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