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Four Seasons Singapore offers value-added meeting package
Singapore, July 6, 2012
 

FOUR Seasons Hotel Singapore has launched a Value Meeting Plus package.

 

Priced at S$90 (US$71) and S$75 per pax per day for full-day and half-day programmes respectively, the package encompasses the following benefits:

 

·      Complimentary daily buffet breakfast.

·      Complimentary upgrade to a selection of 20 themed coffee breaks.

·      Complimentary high-speed Internet access for up to two devices in the guestrooms and one line in the main meeting room.

·      One complimentary guestroom or suite upgrade for every 30 rooms occupied.

·      Twenty per cent discount on selected spa massage treatments during off-peak hours.

·      Fifteen per cent discount on round-trip airport limousine transfers for meeting participants.

·      Fifteen per cent attrition allowance.

·      Ten per cent off group dinner bill at the restaurants or banquet venue.

 

Value Meeting Plus is extended to groups with a minimum of 10 guestrooms booked from now till September 30, 2012. Meetings must be held no later than December 31, 2012.

 

Additionally, the offer applies to new bookings and cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions. Meeting package rates are subject to service charge, applicable government taxes and may change without prior notice. Rates and function spaces are subject to seasonality and availability.

 

For bookings, contact director of sales, Chinen Phillips, at (65) 6831-7007 or chinen.phillips@fourseasons.com

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