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Sheraton Macao rolls out opening offers for MICE planners
Singapore, August 7, 2012
 

SCHEDULED to open in September, the 3,863-room Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central has rolled out a series of attractive meeting packages to incentivise MICE planners to book their events at the property.

 

Meeting Package Offers

The hotel is offering a half-day meeting package priced at HK$450+ (US$58+) per head, inclusive of meeting room usage up to four hours, welcome coffee and tea, morning or afternoon coffee break, a deluxe lunch set or buffet lunch, standard AV equipment and complimentary WiFi in the meeting area.

 

A full-day package is priced at HK$650+ and includes everything in the half-day package, plus four additional hours of meeting usage and an extra coffee break.

 

In addition, MICE planners can choose one of five complimentary items to personalise their event, including:

·      Exclusive welcome cocktail themed to enhance your event.

·      Complimentary Sheraton FIT meeting inclusions designed to recharge and energise participants.

·      Executive helicopter return transfers between Hong Kong and Macau, plus on-ground roundtrip limousine transfers for one VIP.

·      Upgrade to the Presidential suite with personalised butler service for one VIP.

·      25 tickets to the spectacular live show The House of Dancing Water.

 

No minimum headcount is required for both the half-day and full-day package.

 

Big Rewards for Big Meetings

The more rooms that meeting planners book, the more benefits their groups will enjoy.  For stay-in groups of 300 to 599 rooms, two per cent will be deducted from the master bill, and the meeting planner will receive double Starpoints and a personalised Sheraton signature gift.

 

For stay-in groups of 600 rooms and above, four per cent will be taken off the master bill and a further two per cent discount will be given for peak night room upgrades to suite for the entire meeting stay.  The meeting planner will also receive triple Starpoints and a personalised Sheraton signature gift.

 

In addition, one lucky nominee of the contracting organisation that holds the largest meeting at the Sheraton Macao, with the greatest number of materialised roomnights during the validity period, will stand a chance to win a trip to one of 100 countries where Starwood hotels are present.  The recipient will receive a seven-day getaway, including return business class airfares for two, luxury suite accommodation and a personalised private dinner.

 

To avail of the meeting packages and offers, event bookings must be confirmed by December 31, 2012 for stays between November 1, 2012 and December 31, 2013. 

 

Enquiries or reservations can be made with any regional Starwood Sales Organisation representatives or email: sales.macao@sheraton.com

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