Following the recent launch of its vibrant Thai restaurant, NAAM, Mandarin Oriental, Macau is offering an enticing package that combines luxurious accommodation with an authentic Thai experience.
With its exotic Thai interiors that are elegant yet simple, NAAM is the first Thai restaurant of its kind in Macau, offering the warmth of gracious Thai service and culinary expertise from renowned Thai chefs. In addition, the restaurant draws on the expertise of culinary traditions of its sister hotel, The Oriental in Bangkok. To complement this exclusive offer, the hotel is also offering guests the opportunity to experience a Thai massage by qualified therapists at its renowned spa.
Valid until 11 July 2003, this package includes:
- One night`s accommodation in a Superior Room
- 50-minute Thai massage per person
- $300 voucher at NAAM Thai Restaurant (for dining during the stay)
- Free access to the free-form swimming pool, outdoor Jacuzzi, gymnasium and aerobic studio
- Shuttle bus transfer between Macau Ferry Terminal and the hotel
Package prices range from HK$1,300 for single occupancy, HK$1,700 for double occupancy and HK$2,300 for triple occupancy from Sunday to Thursday. Rates for Friday night are HK$1,500 for single occupancy, HK$1,900 for double occupancy and HK$2,600 for triple occupancy while for Saturday night and eves of Hong Kong public holiday, the rates are HK$1,800 for single occupancy, HK$2,200 for double occupancy and HK$2,900 for triple occupancy.
All the prices quoted are subject to 10% service charge and 5% government tourism tax. For reservations and enquiries, please call the Hong Kong toll free number: 800 968 886 or visit the Group`s on-line reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com/macau.
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 five additional hotels under development, including New York (opening late 2003), Washington D.C. (opening 2004), Hong Kong (opening 2005) and Tokyo and Boston (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.