Mandarin Enticing Offers Worldwide

Hong Kong, 20th May 2003 - Mandarin Oriental`s groupwide offer, Seasonal Choices, provides travellers with luxury accommodation and breakfast at exceptional weekday and weekend rates worldwide.

Valid from 1st May - 30th September 2003, travellers have a choice of 18 award-winning Mandarin Oriental hotels, with rates as follows:
Hotel - Price for Weekdays(Sun - Thurs) - Price for Weekends(Fri-Sat)
ASIA PACIFIC:  The Oriental, Bangkok - US$189 -US$189
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong - HK$1,899 - HK$1,799
Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta - US$109 - US$99
Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur - RM$379 - RM$339
Mandarin Oriental, Macau - HK$999 - HK$1,299
Mandarin Oriental, Manila - US$99 - US$89
The Oriental, Singapore - S$179 - S$159
Mandarin Oriental, Hotel Majapahit ,Surabaya - US$69 - US$59
The Excelsior, Hong Kong - HK$1,099 - HK$899
EUROPE: Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London - £319 - £239
Mandarin Oriental, Munich - EUR 329 - EUR 319
Mandarin Oriental Hotel du Rhone, Geneva - SFr.499 - SFr.359

THE AMERICAS: The Mark, New York - US$339 - US$339
Mandarin Oriental, Miami - US$229 - US$229
Turnberry Isle Resort & Club, Florida - US$179 - US$179
Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco - US$359 - US$319
Kahala Mandarin Oriental, Hawaii - US$329 - US$329
Elbow Beach, Bermuda - US$439 - US$439
Seasonal Choices combines luxurious accommodation with bed and breakfast, double occupancy at the same rate, late check out and a complimentary extra bed for a child under 12. All rates are exclusive of local government taxes and service charge where applicable and are subject to availability and change. This package is not applicable for group bookings and cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer.

Reservations can be made through travel agents directly, through Mandarin Oriental`s worldwide sales and reservations offices or through the Group`s direct on-line reservations service, . GDS code is MO.
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 in New York (opening late 2003), Washington D.C. (opening 2004), Hong Kong (opening 2005) as well as 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.