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Shangri-La opens New Hotel in Taiwan

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To celebrate the opening of Shangri-Las Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Tainan in Southern Taiwan, on November 22, 2008, the hotel launched a special introductory promotion - A Rising Star in an Historical City. Available until January 23, 2009, rates start from NT$3,300 for single occupancy and from NT$3,800 for double occupancy in a Deluxe room.

The 38-storey hotel offers 336 guestrooms measuring an average 50 square meters. The exclusive Horizon Club, featuring 51 guestrooms and suites, offers guests a host of special amenities and privileges such as express check-in and check-out, club lounge for daily breakfast and evening cocktails, and meeting facilities.

Caf at Far Eastern, the hotels all-day dining restaurant, features international cuisine at interactive cooking stations and an open kitchen, amidst a 14-level atrium. The Lobby Lounge and Mezzanine Bar serve refreshments and beverages. Foo Num Court will feature a 360-degree panoramic view of Tainan city and specialize in Huaiyang, Cantonese and Taiwanese cuisine when it opens in December 2008.

The SPA features six treatment rooms each with private facilities and provides a wide range of massages and treatments. There is an extensive range of fitness equipment at the hotels health club, as well as a large aerobics room offering guests a choice of classes. 

The hotel offers a variety of multifunctional meeting and banquet venues, including the pillar-free, 1,075-square-meter Far Eastern Grand Ballroom and a circular, theater-style auditorium. The ballroom has high quality audio-visual equipment, modern digital facilities and a functional layout.

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