By The Nation
Under the Holiday Escape promotion, guests booking a minimum twonight stay between February 10 and 25 will be rewarded with daily breakfast, complimentary WiFi, a US$100 dining or spa credit, upgrade to the next room category upon checkin and late checkout to 4pm.
Find out more at MandarinOriental.com.
Samui shares the love
Couples planning a honeymoon will find everything they could dream off with the new Romance Package being offered by Santiburi Samui through December 22.
Room rates range from Bt76,250 to Bt93,125 for a minimum threenight stay in a Grand Deluxe Pool Villa and include daily breakfast, a bottle of sparkling wine in the villa, a candlelight dinner at the beach, a 60minute Signature Couple spa treatment in the villa and roundtrip airport transfer.
Check out the best rates at www.SantiburiSamui.com/romancepackagesharetheloveatsantiburisamui.
Great rates for seniors
Royal Orchid Sheraton & Tower introduces a Senior Room package that will save guests aged 62 or older up to 15percent off the best availฌable rates throughout the year.
Room rates start at Bt3,740 for a Deluxe Room with a guaranteed river view. The hotel is the ideal place from which to explore the Thailand Creative Design Centre, new community space Warehouse 30 and Chinatown. A shuttle boat service is available from Saphan Taksin BTS Station to the hotel every halfhour.
Online bookings can be made at www.RoyalOrchidSheraton.com.
C’est un vrai bargain!
Travellers flying with Air France can enjoy the Oh La La promotion when bookฌing an economy class seat by January 31 for travel before November 30.
Departures from Bangkok to Europe start from Bt19,415, Bt43,00 for North America and Bt59,900 for South America. Guests will receive complimentary champagne in all cabin classes and French inspired meals and entertainment.
Book a flight at www.AirFrance.co.th.
Sails to the wind
The Bay Regatta returns from today through Sunday, making its way across Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi.
Featuring more than 40 sailing yachts and some 250 competitors, the 21st Bay Regatta fleet has six classes – Racing, two Cruising divisions, and Multihull racing and cruising divisions in which curฌrent King’s Cup Regatta champions Henry Kaye’s Thor and John Newnham’s Twin Sharks will renew their battle.
Find out more at www.TatNews.org.