19th August, 2002. Hong Kong. Legendary hotel, The Oriental, Bangkok, is offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity from 5-8 December to be one of the very few guests to witness internationally-acclaimed tenor, Jose Carreras, live in concert at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
The exclusive package combines luxurious accommodation, air charter and tickets to see Carreras as he makes his debut performance in Cambodia for only 1,000 guests at one of the world`s most historical treasures.
The all-inclusive package is limited and is highlighted as follows:
á Two night`s accommodation in a Deluxe Room including American Breakfast (either 5-7 December or 6-8 December. Additional room nights are available at a special rate upon request).
á Return transfers to/from airport on arrival/departure
á Return transfers to/from airport on night of concert
á Gala Dinner and Concert on 6th August.
á Flights to/from Angkor on a chartered airplane. A private air charter has been exclusively arranged for The Oriental to transport guests to and from the concert, leaving the hotel at approximately 4.00pm and departing Angkor at midnight.
á Entrance fee to temple
á Transfer to/from Siem Reap Airport to Siem Reap
The all-inclusive two-night package is priced as follows:
US$1,500 Concert Ticket
Single US$2,900 nett
Double US$4,900 nett
US$1,000 Concert Ticket
Single US$2,400 nett
Double US$3,900 nett
Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly on (66) 2 659 9000 or through Mandarin Oriental`s worldwide sales and reservations offices or the Group`s on-line reservations service, www.mandarinoriental.com.
The award-winning hotel, which celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2001 and recently completed a luxurious room renovation, has been home to some of the world`s most famous faces since opening its doors in 1876.
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 three additional hotels under development, including New York (opening late 2003), Washington D.C. (opening 2004) and Tokyo (opening 2006). Mandarin Oriental now operates some 7,000 rooms in eleven countries with nine hotels in Asia, six in The Americas and three in Europe.