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Special Travel Industry Rate from Le Meridien Angkor

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Wednesday, 4 July 2007

Le Meridien Angkor has launched a special Travel Industry Rate of US$ 59++ per room per night valid until September 2007.

Le Meridien Angkor is one of the closest hotels to the extraordinary World Heritage site of Angkor Wat. All rooms are elegantly designed with unique Khmer influences, had-crafted accessories and exquisite works of art all combine to provide unrivalled luxury. The 104 Deluxe Rooms are located on the elevated 2nd floor with sweeping garden views. Each Deluxe Rooms offers a spacious 38 square metres and all are well appointed with modern conveniences including high speed internet access, DVD/CD players, a luxurious pillow top mattress, and even mood enhancing aromatherapy oil burners. Bathtubs and separate showers feature in the elegant bathrooms and guests may request non-smoking rooms as well as interconnecting rooms. Access to the Naga Lounge serving soft drinks, tea and coffee throughout the day is also included for guests who select to stay in the Deluxe Rooms.

Discover the world of Le Meridien and experience authentic locations and inspiring cultures. Continue your voyage of discovery and enrich your life with long-lasting experiences and memories. Rest assured that whichever hotel, wherever in the world, Le Meridien will provide an experience to savour.

The offer is valid for Superior rooms only, and travel industry ID is required upon check-in. The above rate is subject to 10% service charge and 2% government tax.

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