Formula One’s fans can gear up in style towards an exciting 6th Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix 2004 season at Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur with the hotel’s dynamic Formula One Fiery package. Engineered to maximize sporting excitement, the package presents the ultimate luxury sporting experience for F1 sporting enthusiasts. Guests can enjoy the best fitness and recreational facilities at the hotel’s innovative Mandarin Oriental Vitality Club as well as the thrill of being close to the city’s premier shopping centre, Suria KLCC.
Based on single or double occupancy for a minimum of three-nights stay, rates start from RM750/US$200 for a deluxe room, RM900/US$240 for a Club room and RM1600/US$426 and RM4100/US$1090 for a Park Suite and Club Suite respectively and is valid from 19 to 21 March 2004. Commissionable at 10% to bona fide travel agents, rates are per room, subject to availability and exclusive of taxes.
The “Formula One Fiery” Deluxe package includes
—Daily buffet breakfast
—Complimentary use of the Mandarin Oriental Vitality Club
—Exclusive shopping benefits at selected shops through the Mandarin Oriental Lifestyle shopping programme with Suria KLCC, the city’s premier shopping centre
The “Formula One Fiery” Club package additionally includes
—In-room registration with welcome beverage
—Complimentary use of the Club Lounge with breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapés daily
—Additional Club benefits including complimentary laundry/dry cleaning/pressing, High Speed Internet Access and more.
For reservation or enquiries, please call (603) 2380 8888 or email to: [email protected]
Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur enjoys a prime location in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s business and commercial district, adjacent to the world’s tallest buildings, the Petronas Twin Towers. Its central location and efficient service, matched with the most comprehensive and luxurious facilities in the city, makes it an ideal choice for the discerning traveller.
Mandarin Oriental is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels and resorts. In total, the Group operates 18 luxury hotels in key business and leisure destinations, with a further six hotels under development: Washington D.C. (opening spring 2004); Chiang Mai (opening late 2004); Hong Kong and Riviera Maya (opening 2005); and Tokyo and Boston (opening 2006). Mandarin Oriental’s properties represent some 7,500 rooms in 12 countries with 12 hotels in Asia, nine in The Americas and three in Europe.