Tower Club at lebua.
Tower Club at lebua. Supplied

Bangkok hotel's special package

BANGKOK'S luxury executive all-suite hotel, Tower Club at lebua has released a special accommodation package.

The "Stay Longer! Save More!" package includes daily buffet breakfast for two persons at Cafe Mozu or an option of Continental breakfast at Tower Club Lounge.

Guests can also enjoy Tower Club privileges; such as exclusive-to-lebua Bvlgari amenities (coming in April: amenities by Acca Kappa), free soft drinks in the mini-bar, complimentary in-suite broadband Internet access, priority dining reservations at The Dome and exclusive usage of Tower Club Lounge on the 52nd floor, where complimentary canapés, alcoholic and soft drinks are served daily from 6.00 am - 6.00 pm in addition to afternoon high tea from 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm.

Additional privileges for one night stay: complimentary guaranteed upgrade from Tower Club City View Suite to Tower Club Riverview Suite with complimentary late check out until 4.00 pm (subject to availability).

Additional privileges for two night stay: complimentary guaranteed upgrade from Tower Club City View Suite to Tower Club Riverview Suite and complimentary one way Airport transfer to or from the hotel (maximum three persons).

The special package is available from now until December 27, 2012. Rates are based on single/double occupancy as well as subject to 10 per cent service charge and applicable government tax per night.

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