Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Extra Value Dates for Events Planners
At Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, you will always find event expertise, stylish facilities and personalised service. Whether it is developing creative events and set-ups or providing food and beverage service with thoughtful touches like Personal Preference menus, we make every meeting more than successful and every guest more than welcome. What’s more, the hotel is now introducing Extra Value Dates to help you plan your events with additional benefits.
Enjoy great saving by planning the next event or meeting during the following dates:
December 1-5, 16-30
Room rates including meeting package for one person are available from HK$2,580 + 10% per night.
10-29 rooms per night 1-hour Plateau treatment for up to 1 VIP
30-59 rooms per night 1 complimentary standard drink for all in-house guests in Champagne Bar or The Waterfall Bar
60-100 rooms per night 1-hour cocktail and dry snacks for up to 80 guests in The Waterfall Bar
Please call Grand Hyatt Hong Kong at +852 2584 7878; fax: +852 2802 0704; email: email@example.com or http://www.hongkong.grand.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp
- the offer is applicable to a minimum of 10 rooms per nigh
- subject to availability and rates are subject to change without prior notice
- 10% commissionable to bona fide agents
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