To show support for the business community and to reward its loyal Golden Circle members, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is offering the third consecutive room night for free at any of the group's Asian properties for guests participating in its special Rate Break promotion.
Available until September 30, Rate Break provides savings of up to 40 per cent, complimentary breakfast and double air miles with participating airline partners.
Rate Break will also be on offer at the group's two newest hotels in Australia when the ANA Harbour Grand Hotel Sydney is rebranded as the Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney and from the opening of the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai.
Commenting on these offers, Carmen Lam, Shangri-La's group director of sales and marketing, said: "The third consecutive night for free offer has been specially designed to demonstrate our appreciation of the business traveller and to show our understanding of the difficult times many companies have faced recently."
To take advantage of the offer, travellers can enroll in Golden Circle online at http://goldencircle.shangri-la.com and will enjoy Golden Circle privileges upon their next stay at a Shangri-La property. A temporary membership card will be issued online, enabling travellers to also take advantage of the "pay-for-two, get one free" room night offer.
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