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Royal Park Hotel in Shatin launches Special Promotion for Hong Kong Residents

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The Royal Park Hotel in Hong Kong has launched a special promotion available exclusively to Hong Kong Residents.

Residents of the SAR can enjoy a Superior Room at the hotel for just HK$800 and as a bonus receive daily dining credits of HK$300.

Privileges include:
- Welcome fruit
- One night accommodation in a Superior Room
- HK$300net Food & Beverage Credits per room per night for any consumption at one + one bar and 2+2 cafe
- Free use of health club facilities including gymnasium, swimming pool and steam room
- Late check-out until 16:00 (subject to availability)
- First priority for upgrading to higher room category (subject to availability)

This promotion is valid until June 30, 2009 inclusive. The rate quoted is subject to 10% service charge and prevailing government tax (if applicable). Other Terms and conditions apply.

 As the promotion is available only to Hong Kong residents an HK ID card must be presented upon check-in.

The Royal Park Hotel is a 16-storey twin tower offering guests a variety of well-appointed, spacious rooms and superb dining facilities. Conveniently located in the New Territories, just 25 minutes from Tsim Sha Tsui, and adjacent to the Shatin Kowloon-Canton Railway station (the KCR), the hotel is just 25 minutes from China by rail and 45 minutes from the Hong Kong International Airport.

The Royal Park Hotel is linked to the New Town Plaza, one of the largest shopping and entertainment complexes in Hong Kong with over 300 shops, a myriad of restaurants and a 10-screen cinema.

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