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Hotel Jen Hong Kong launches Longer you Stay, Less you Pay Promotion

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Until 28 February 2009, Hotel Jen Hong Kong is offering guests who book online a special discount on stays of more than one night.

The “Longer You stay, The Less You Pay” promotion means that guests will enjoy a 20% discount on their second night and 30% on their third night stay based on the Best Available Rate. Any additional nights over three will also be discounted by 30%.

To take advantage of the offer the guests’ stay must be continuous.

The offer includes a daily buffet breakfast for all Jen Room and Suites guests, and Standard Room guests will also enjoy a complimentary breakfast on stays of two nights or more.

Jen Room and Suite guests will enjoy the added benefit of access to the Sky lounge, Hotel Jen’s cosy penthouse lounge with sweeping views of Victoria Harbour. There guests can enjoy breakfast and a nightly 6-8pm complimentary drinks and canapés hour. Guests are also welcomed during the day to work, lounge or relax in this quiet environment.

Hotel facilities include a 24/hr gymnasium, shuttle bus service and WiFi throughout the hotel.

The “Longer You stay, The Less You Pay” promotion is applicable for all individual traveller bookings made through the WORLDHOTELS and Hotel Jen websites.

Hotel Jen is located at 508 Queen’s Road West in the Western District of Hong Kong. For the convenience of guests, the hotel operates a free shuttle bus service throughout the day to Macau Ferry (Sheung Wan MTR), Central Star Ferry, Airport Express Hong Kong Station (ifc mall) and Admiralty MTR (Pacific Place).

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