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If you have any friends who are super airplane nerds, you’ve probably heard by now that there’s business class, which is great – but then there’s Qatar Airways Qsuites business class, which is absurdly great. Qatar Airways Qsuites bring privacy doors to business class, and double beds for those lucky enough to land two center seats. Right now Qatar has a great deal to an even better destination, allowing you to venture over to Tokyo in total style…

a crowd of people crossing a streetThe Qsuites Tokyo Business Class Deals

Ahead of Valentines Day, the worst holiday ever invented whether you’re single or with someone, Qatar Airways has launched a great fare to get people in the mood… for Tokyo. There’s no minimum passenger requirement either. For £1450 ($1800), you can jet off from Budapest, Hungary – which is an exciting trip in itself – bound for incredible Tokyo. These deals can even get you there in time for cherry blossom.

Budapest is super easy to reach from most of Europe, and since the next lowest price is over £300 ($400) more expensive, using points or a cheap flight to get to Budapest could easily be worth it.

You’ll get an Airbus A330 with Qatar’s old style of seats, which still feature dine on demand and total comfort for the shorter flight from Budapest to Doha, and then the magnificent Qsuites from Doha into Tokyo. For the best experience, seek out the Airbus A350 into Haneda, rather than Narita. Two reasons: the Airbus A350 is one of the best planes for jet lag, and Haneda is closer to Tokyo than Narita.

a room with a computer and monitorsThe Dates You Can Jet Off

You can jet off as soon as February 25th for travel through May. After that, July, September, October, November and December are all available. These deals require a seven night stay and you’ll find the best prices if you leave on any day except Thursday. If you leave on a Saturday you can’t come back until next Saturday. Sunday to Sunday, Tuesday to Tuesday, hopefully you get the drill by now.

a tree branch over waterHow To Book Tokyo In QSuites

Easy, head to Qatar Airways here.

Dates are going fast, so don’t linger! Be sure to use the 7 day calendar to find dates where fares are roughly 265,000 HUF each way.

You’ll get a round trip price of roughly 530,000 HUF, which is about £1450 or $1800. Be sure to stick to the dates above and plan to stay at least a week. Even if the connections are slightly longer, the A350 into Haneda is the best option for the 10+ hour flight to Tokyo. The Al Mourjan lounge offers plenty to keep you busy while you wait. You really can’t go wrong either way. Here’s a Qsuites A350 review to get you salivating.

As to Tokyo, here’s what to know before you go, and here are 10 amazing things to do once you get there…

a screenshot of a computer screenTo ensure you’re getting the Qsuites, and not just any standard seat on your Doha-Tokyo flights, use the free ExpertFlyer seating tool. Just plug in your flight dates, flight number and look for a cabin that looks like the above. If it looks like the above, it’s Qsuites – and you can pop that champagne early.


Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. So I reserved on dates that work for me for £1700 – but I can’t bring up the flight config on expert flyer.

    It says it’s too far in the future?! I booked for April.

  2. Thanks for the tip – we’ve just booked this – leaving in three weeks!

    We’ve included 2 days stopover in Doha and wondered if it’s possible to use the Qatar stopover offer for only one of those two nights? We would rather book a different hotel for the second night. Do you think this will cause problems?

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