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Offers from Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Puli Shanghai, Capella Bangkok, Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui; news from Rosewood, The Hari Hong Kong and more

Holiday Inn Golden Mile in Hong Kong is offering a change for those who work from home if they book a 12-hour stay (8am to 8pm) at the hotel’s newly renovated Premier Room.

The package includes a enjoy daily breakfast for two, Executive Lounge access complete with WIFI, refreshments, daily evening cocktails, and the use of two top-of-the line professional coffee makers from Schaerer.

There is also a 30 per cent discount on in-room dining complimentary use of the Executive Club Boardroom for two hours per visit if conference calls need to be made.

Room rates start from HK$680, and an extra HK$100 gives an upgrade to an Executive Club Room. The offer is valid until September 30, 2020 and subject to terms and conditions, and a 10  per cent service charge.

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Shanghai surprises
The PuLi Hotel and Spa is inviting staycationers in Shanghai to enjoy the best of the city with Hostmanship benefits through three different packages.

The UR Staycation packages includes:

  • Guaranteed 24-hour check-in and check-out
  • URC & LUXE City Guide app for your mobile device
  • Daily breakfast in our restaurants, lounges, your guest room or on the go
  • Daily laundry service for up to 3 pieces
  • Fully-stocked mini bar
  • Best-in-class WiFi everywhere in the hotel
  • No check out required, unless you wish so

Urban Exploration
This offers a getaway in a tranquil sanctuary with daily breakfast and afternoon tea for two and one of these three experiences:

  • Immersive half-day city tour of your choice;
  • Limousine airport or train station pick-up and drop-off service and half-day car rental service; or
  • Any 90-minute spa treatment for two at UR SPA.

Family Delight
Daily breakfast for two and full club benefits, plus:

  • Half-day car rental service; or
  • Limousine airport or train station pick-up and drop-off service.

Offers are valid for bookings and stays until February 28, 2021.

Package details here…


Summer in TST
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui is offering a Summer Staycation Package in a spacious guestroom with modern decors and views of the Victoria Harbour and the city, and dining in the hotel’s award-winning restaurants.

To encourage social distancing, guests can opt for the exclusive Hugo’s three-course set in-room dinner experience, featuring the renowned restaurant’s signature dishes and dinner-set  options from Cafe and The Chinese Restaurant also served in your guestroom.

The package is available until September 30, 2020 and priced from HK$1,380+ per room per night.

Package details here…


Alva Hotel by Royal in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, is offering a Dine-cation Room Package with a dining experience for two prepared by the hotel’s Chinese Executive Chef. There is also the Alva House All-in-one Delicacies Set with global gastronomic gems and the Mizutani Omakase Set crafted by native Japanese chefs to enjoy in your choice of Deluxe Room and Apartment.

The package also includes a complimentary breakfast at Alva House for two and complimentary bicycle lending service and beverages in mini-bar upon arrival. Priced at HK$1,499 for a night in Deluxe Room and $1,999 for a night in Apartment, with 10 per cent service charge inclusive. The package is open for booking until August 28, 2020.

Package details here…


Rosewood on rise again
Rosewood Shanghai is set to break ground in 2022, with an expected opening in 2028, in the heart of Jing’An district and Suhewan area.

The property will occupy the top floors of the site’s landmark building, which will be one of the tallest complexes in the city’s Puxi district at 320 metres, offering 200 guestrooms and suites, five F&B outlets and Asaya, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ wellness concept.

Rosewood’s Greater China portfolio includes properties in Beijing, Sanya and Guangzhou. Projects under development in the region include Rosewoods in Chengdu and Ningbo, both set to open in 2023, along with Shenzhen and Taipei, which are scheduled to open in 2024.


Harilela hails The Hari
The Hari Hong Kong is set to open in winter 2020 in Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, and near the shopping district of Causeway Bay. The Hari is the second hotel from independent hospitality brand Harilela Hotels.

The 210 guest-room hotel will include three signature rooftop suites and social spaces including lobby lounge Zoku, a Japanese restaurant and terrace bar, and Italian restaurant Lucciola.


Capella sets Bangkok date
Capella Bangkok plans to open its doors on October 1 and will be ready for reservations ahead of its debut along the Chao Phraya River and Charoenkrung Road.

To mark the unveiling, the property is offering A Star is Born debut rate of 17,500++ baht per night from October 1 onwards.

Follow here for details and bookings…

Main picture: CGI of the Rosewood Shanghai


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