Old Mar 21, 20, 6:47 pm
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: NYC - upper West Side
Programs: Marriott Bonvoy Lifetime Titanium Elite
Posts: 638
Originally Posted by UAConcorde View Post
Just flew from YYZ to Taiyuan, landed in China and the entire plane was put into government imposed isolation for 14 days at the Fairfield Taiyuan South Railway Station property. Passengers are to cover the room and board cost out of pocket by ourselves at a rate of 450 CNY per night

Front desk refuse to recognize elite status and refuse to take membership number for points/night accural, is that reasonable? I thought even if booking was made by a third party (in this case the government), we should still receive status recognition?

If there a Marriott Rep on this forum? Can someone @Him/her? Thanks!
Let me get this straight.
You voluntarily left Canada to fly into the epicenter of a worldwide pandemic.
You are in a country that is a brutal, repressive dictatorship which allows no freedom or dissent.
Do you understand that you put your health, and perhaps life, in jeopardy by flying to China?
And your biggest concern is not receiving all of your Bonvoy elite benefits?


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