Taj InnerCircle wins Frequent Traveller award

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Taj InnerCircle has been declared Hotel Program of the Year at the first annual Frequent Traveller Awards held in the United States in November.

Taj InnerCircle is the frequent guest programme of the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces. The award for Taj Hotels recognized the best in frequent flier programmes.

“We are delighted to accept this award. It is an honour and one which we are proud to have earned,” said Ajoy Misra, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing. “The endless efforts of our team and their dedicated commitment to our guests have paid off, making Taj InnerCircle the best Hotel Program of the year in all of Middle East, Asia and Oceania. The ‘customer’ is said to be the ‘King’ and at Taj, the guest is undoubtedly treated like a king. We have many loyal and discerning guests who have chosen to stay with us everywhere and every time. We thank them sincerely for making us who we are.”

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is one of Asia’s largest group of hotels comprising 114 hotels in over 50 locations across India with an additional 16 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is part of the Tata Group -- India’s premier business house.

Besides a host of benefits, as a member you will earn points when you stay or stop by for a meal at one of the restaurants, at participating Taj Hotels in India and abroad. You will earn points on your eligible spends on room, food and beverage, laundry, telephone and business centre. The points are redeemable for holidays and memorable meals at the Taj and for gifts from a hand-picked selection of merchandise.

The Frequent Traveller Awards represent excellence in frequent travel programs worldwide, rating the best frequent flyer and frequent guest programs. Frequent flyer and frequent guest programs from around the world are pitted against each other in five categories. Voters then select programs in one of three global regions: Americas, Europe/Africa, and the Middle East/Asia and Oceania.