The Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen
has launches an “Introductory Weekend Package” offering accommodation for two persons in a Deluxe
room for just RMB1,280, plus complimentary meals for accompanying children at Café Zen, one of the hotel’s signature eateries.
promotion includes complimentary breakfast for two persons, late check-out at 4 p.m. and free upgrade to the next
available category of room. The package is valid from Friday to Sunday until 31 January 2009 and
is subject to a 15% service charge.
As a part of the offer, a maximum of two children aged six or under accompanying parents are entitled to complimentary meals at the hotel's
Café Zen, which incorporates a dedicated dessert spread that will keep children entertained with creative lollipops, gummy bears, chocolates
and ice cream.
Modelled on the successful concept highlighted by a theatrical show kitchen, Café Zen features a line-up of chefs specialised in noodle-making,
Peking duck and dim sum, as well as Hong Kong-style dai pai dong favourites and popular Asian and international dishes.
Headed by Australian Executive Chef Michael McCalman, the team combines years of culinary know how and experience. Leading the individual
cooking stations is Melvin Kong from Malaysia; Australian Grill Specialist Robert Davis; award winning and globe trotting
Australian Executive Pastry Chef Anthony Collar - and Hong
Kong Master Chef Ng Wing Kun.
The 40-storey Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen offers easy access to business centres and tourist attractions within Shenzhen. It is just minutes
away from the Huang Gang and Futian Port border crossings into Hong Kong, 15 minutes' drive from the
Lo Wu Railway Station and 30 minutes away from Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport and the Shekou Ferry Terminal.
The hotel's 548 rooms and suites are among the largest in the city with an average floor area of 45 square metres. In addition, 53 spacious serviced apartments are available to cater to the needs of guests and families staying for longer periods.
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