Meetings in Style at Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental is the place where business gets done in Hong Kong. The most technologically advanced meeting rooms in the city are combined with comfort, elegance and outstanding Mandarin Oriental service. Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong`s stylish Meetings Package includes a host of leisure and business benefits that makes doing business in the city a pleasure.

Rate -
$3000
Benefits
- Harbour View Room
- Daily American breakfast
- Daily meeting package
- One hour full open bar in either the Captain`s Bar or Vong
Principal Meeting Elements
- Use of meeting room 8-5pm
- Early bird breakfast
- Morning and afternoon coffee breaks
- Lunch buffet in the Clipper Lounge or Captain`s Bar
- Complimentary internet access for delegates in the business centre
- Complimentary use of Coffee and Refreshment Bar (on the 2nd floor)

Rates are in Hong Kong dollars and subject to 10% service charge and applicable government tax, (currently 3%). Minimum 10 rooms. Validity January 1- May 30, 2004. Subject to availability.

This exclusive meetings offer is a component of Mandarin Oriental`s global programme, Meetings by Mandarin Oriental. Re-launched in May 2003, the worldwide programme is the Group`s commitment to meeting organisers and delegates. It is designed to provide an unsurpassed meetings experience at all of its hotels worldwide, combining creativity with flexible solutions, delivered with meticulous attention to detail and the highest levels of personalised service from senior management to banquet operational staff. For further information and assistance on Meetings by Mandarin Oriental, please visit www.mandarinoriental.com.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has the most technologically advanced meeting facilities in the city, including a dedicated boardroom that seats 14 delegates, twelve additional meeting rooms and a Business Centre with high-speed internet access and full business services.
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 19 luxury hotels in key business and leisure destinations, with four additional hotels under development in Washington D.C. (opening spring 2004), Hong Kong (opening 2005) as well as Tokyo and Boston (opening 2006).  Mandarin Oriental now operates some 7,000 rooms in eleven countries wi
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