To celebrate the launch of its new flight Dubai-Bangkok-Sydney, which started on March 29, Emirates is offering one night’s free accommodation in Bangkok for passengers flying to or from Sydney on the new service.
The ‘One Night In Bangkok’ offer will also extend to passengers flying to or from Auckland, when Emirates’ new Dubai- Bangkok-Sydney service is extended to Auckland on May 1. First and Business Class passengers will enjoy their complimentary one-night in Bangkok at the Shangri-La Hotel, consistently voted one of the best hotels in the world and a preferred choice for business and leisure travellers.
First Class passengers will also be treated to a range of luxuries in the Shangri-La’s Horizon Club Room including complimentary happy-hour drinks and snacks, VIP check-in and check-out, private purser and 24-hour butler service, private lounge and extra business facilities, meeting rooms and internet access. Travellers flying Economy Class will have easy access to Bangkok’s main attractions during their free one-night stay at the Holiday Inn Silom, which is conveniently located in the heart of the city’s commercial, shopping and entertainment district.
This special offer is valid for Economy, Business and First Class passengers on travels till June 30 this year. The offer can only be availed of once, either on the inbound or outbound leg of the journey.
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