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Ritz-Carlton launches Global Promotion

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 The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has launched two vacation packages which are not just about spending less, but experiencing more. The range of value-added options are designed to encourage travel from May to September 30, 2009.

The “Peace of Mind” package is available in city and resort locations around the world from the streets of San Francisco and Shanghai to the tropical retreats of St. Thomas in the U. S. Virgin Islands or Sanya on Hainan Island.

 Inclusive features at resorts are: deluxe room accommodations, full breakfast for two served in the restaurant, daily internet access and local phone calls, overnight parking, and Ritz Kids special activities programmes for two youngsters.

 In addition to all of these extra perks and privileges, the Peace of Mind package offers the option of three nights for the price of two; five nights for the price of three; and a week for the price of only four nights.

For city locations, including properties in New York City, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Moscow, the offering includes: deluxe accommodations; full breakfast, internet access and local calls, plus parking. When reserving five nights, guests will only pay for three and for a seven nights stay, pay only for four nights.

The “Resort Reconnect” package is available in destinations from Palm Beach, Florida to exotic Sharm el Sheikh on Egypt’s Red Sea.

 Included in the package is: Deluxe accommodations, full breakfast for two in the restaurants, and a resort credit. These credits may be accumulated over the length of the stay to cover such special amenities as tennis, spa, golf or in-room dining charges, but may not be applied against the room rate.

Rates vary from location to location.

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