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Shangri-La Hotel Guangzhou presents packages for 72-hour transit visitors
Guangzhou, August 19, 2013
 

WITH Guangzhou now the third city in China offering foreign travelers 72-hour visa-free transits, Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou has developed two packages for the short-stay traveller – the Business Traveller Choice package and the Gourmet Indulgence package.

 

The Business Traveller Choice package includes a minimum of two nights' stay in a Horizon Riverview Roo, limousine transfers to and from the airport, a one-hour personal fitness training session at Health Club, a choice of head and shoulder or foot massage for one at the hotel spa, free Wi-Fi and wired Internet access, free access to the Healthy Club, and Horizon club privileges including daily breakfast, all-day beverages, pre-dinner cocktails, private meeting room, and late check-out, among others.

 

Prices start at RMB1,880 (US$307) per room per night.

 

The Gourmet Indulgence package comes with a free upgrade to a Premium Riverview Room, free daily breakfast buffet for two at WOK TOO Cafe, RMB600 in F&B credit, one private cooking class, free Wi-Fi and wired Internet access, free access to the Health Club, free shuttle service to key locations in Guangzhou every hour.

 

Guest must stay a minimum of two nights to qualify for the Gourmet Indulgence package, which starts at RMB1,260.

 

Both packages are valid until December 31, 2013 and prices are subject to a 15 per cent service charge. For reservations, email reservations.slpg@shangri-la.com.

 

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