There is a bespoke bedroom aboard Qatar Airways in what could be described as the world’s most over-the-top business class suite.
Aptly named the Qsuite, it comes with the first-ever business-class double bed and stowable privacy panels that give passengers a private room.
The maiden flight will land in Los Angeles to be followed by soon-to-be-daily flights Los Angeles is the sixth U.S. gateway to operate the flights with Qsuite amenities.
If you are not traveling alone, four suites can be joined for friends or families flying together, which allows for dinner parties or business meetings.
“We are thrilled to be operating this state-of-the-art product in Los Angeles, offering our loyal customers a one-of-a-kind, unique experience they have never had before in the sky. We are excited to see the response we receive from our Los Angeles passengers,” says Eric Odone, Qatar Airways senior vice president of the Americas.
Those traveling in and out of New York City; Washington, D.C.; Chicago; Houston; Dallas; London; Paris; Canberra; and Shanghai have been enjoying Qsuite perks such as the White Company sleepwear and slippers for long-haul night flights, an actual door with a Do Not Disturb sign, pillows, a quilted mattress and duvet, a media panel with all kinds of outlets and plug-ins, and a top-notch amenity kit. A year after Qsuite’s March 2017 launch, Qatar Airways introduced a dine-on-demand concept featuring newly designed tableware, in-flight dining menus, cutlery, and chinaware. Bon appétit.
Los Angeles was the first U.S. West Coast city from which Qatar Airways offered passenger flights.