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Anantara Aims to Gets Tourism Back On Track with New Packages Designed For Local Thai Residents
04 May 2010
In a bid to get Thailand's tourism back on track, Anantara Resorts and Spa's is offering Thailand residents the chance to go out and rediscover the beauty of their own country by introducing its new ‘Great Escape' campaign.
As part of the ‘Great Escape' six of Anantara's luxury resorts situated in Thailand have reduced the prices of their best available room only rates by up to 50% for the first two nights and a third night for free, giving a total saving of 70% for the residents of the Kingdom, giving everyone across the country the opportunity to be pampered in 5 star luxury for as little as BHT 2,300.
Thai residents are allured to select between the exceptional choices of locations from misty hilltops and royal beaches to pristine shores from any of the Anantara Resorts in Thailand including Hua Hin, Golden Triangle (Chiang Rai), Koh Samui, Phuket and Anantara Si Kao (south Krabi).
This special escape rate is per room and includes 20% off all food and beverages at the resort. Also, to make this holiday even more special, Anantara will add in a late check out till 4pm in the afternoon. The Great Escape runs until the end of June 2010.
For more information of the Great Escape call the reservations line on 02 476 1130, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Anantara resort of your choice.
Terms & conditions:
•· Enjoy up to a 50% discount on our best available room only rate for your first two nights
•· Revel in a third complimentary night, creating a total saving of up to 70%
•· All rates are subject to 10% service charge and applicable government and local tax.
•· Offer is subject to availability at each of the resorts
•· Work permit or proof of Thai residency must be presented upon check-in
•· Offer is not combinable with any other promotion
•· All stays must be taken before the end of June