China World Hotel, Beijing is ready to pamper meeting organisers with an exclusive free meeting package when room bookings are made at rates from RMB1,499*. The offer is valid until 31 August 2013. Terms and conditions apply. For reservations, please telephone China World Hotel, Beijing on (86 10) 6505 2266 extension 6079 or e-mail email@example.com.
The experienced meeting specialists at China World Hotel, Beijing are able to customise a company's meeting arrangements and, for easy convenience, room bookings qualify for the following special rates if a meeting is confirmed within the given deadlines from the date of the hotel’s proposal:
- Within 14 days: RMB 1,499 *
- Between 15 and 30 days: RMB 1,699*
- More than 30 days: RMB 1,899*
* All prices are subject to a 15 per cent service charge per person per room/night.
The meeting package includes:
- Deluxe Room accommodation
- Use of one meeting room
- Daily breakfast
- Meeting package (including items listed on the standard package offerings)
- Use of a secretariat room
- Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the meeting
- Bonus miles up to a maximum of 20,000 miles
China World Hotel, Beijing, with its highly acclaimed restaurants, soars over the China World Trade Center complex, including the China World Exhibition Center and shopping mall, in the heart of the city’s diplomatic and business district. Hailed as one of the first three hotels in mainland China to be awarded with a Platinum Five Star rating by the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA), China World Hotel, Beijing has been named one of the world’s best hotels by both Condé Nast Traveller and Travel + Leisure magazines. China World Hotel, Beijing was also voted “Best Hotel in Beijing” by Euromoney, Frommer’s Guide and Finance Asia; “Best Business Hotel in Beijing” by Business Traveller China and Asia Pacific, TTG Asia, The Asset and Asian Legal Business; ranked one of the “Top Ten Business Hotels in China – Golden Pillow Award” by 21st Century Business Herald; and named one of “The Top 50 Hotels in China” by Forbes and Travel + Leisure China.
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