ENJOY 6th ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNTS AND PRIVILEGES AT THE LUXURIOUS OKURA PRESTIGE BANGKOK!
The Okura Prestige Bangkok, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, is turning 6 on 14 May 2018 and to celebrate the milestone the luxury hotel is offering spectacular discounts on its Bed and Breakfast rate.
Guests booking a minimum 2 consecutive nights at the hotel between 14 – 31 May 2018 for stays up until 30 September 2018 will be eligible for a 16% discount on the hotel’s Bed and Breakfast rate plus an extra Baht 2,600 net dining credit.
The rate starts at Baht 9,100++ per night for a Deluxe Room and includes daily international buffet breakfast for 2 persons at Up & Above restaurant or a traditional Japanese set breakfast at the hotel’s award-winning Yamazato restaurant. In addition, guests will receive an extra Baht 2,600 net dining credit (one meal per room per stay) for dinner either at an award winning Yamazato restaurant or the hotel’s Michelin-starred Elements restaurant.
In addition, guests who book a luxurious Okura Club Room or higher can enjoy access to the privileges of the Okura Club Lounge, which includes complimentary laundry and pressing services, unlimited local calls (except to mobile phone numbers), soft drinks and beers in room refreshment cabinet replenished once daily, all-day refreshments, including a Japanese tea corner and a selection of fresh fruits, evening cocktails and snacks served from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, use of a meeting room (up to two hours per stay subject to availability), high-speed internet access, complimentary Blockbuster movies, personalised concierge services – from excursions and spa treatments to dinner reservations and airport transfers. A full range of business services is also available, and express check-in and check-out.
For reservations, please visit www.okurabangkok.com or contact the Reservations Centre on 02 687 9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remark: Full payment is required at time of booking, which is non-refundable. Rates are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.