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Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo Launches 1st Anniversary Promotions

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Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo has launched a range of special promotions in celebration of the first year anniversary of its opening on 2 March 2009. From 15 February to 30 June 2010, the First Year Anniversary package offers a Deluxe room from JPY53,130 per night (approximately US$592, tax and service charge included), including breakfast and a first year anniversary commemorative gift, single or double occupancy, subject to availability.

The commemorative gift is a Japanese translation of a hardcover version of the novel Lost Horizon. The novel, written by James Hilton in 1933 and from which comes the origin of the name ďShangri-LaĒ, is a literary classic around the world and has twice been made into Hollywood movies. The novelís Japanese version, which is currently not for sale, has been exceptionally republished on the occasion of the hotelís opening and is now only available as an amenity in each guestroom.

For guests who wish to try their luck, the Shangri-La Surprise package offers a Deluxe room from JPY49,665 per night (approximately USD554, tax and service charge included) with a Shangri-La Surprise envelope from 15 February through 31 May 2010. Guests can draw an envelope upon arrival to win instantly one of the five prizes. Prizes include a room upgrade, lunch for two at Piacere, afternoon tea for two at the Lobby Lounge, a spa treatment at CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, or an upgrade to an Executive Suite spanning 120 square metres that is usually sold at JPY250,000 (approximately USD2,787) per night. Moreover, Shangri-La Surprise package reservations for stays from 15 February to 19 March 2010 made via shangri will be automatically upgraded to a Deluxe Bay View room.

In addition, from 1 March through 31 May 2010, special commemorative menus will be introduced at all dining outlets and at CHI, the hotelís spa.

ďI am pleased and proud to celebrate the first year anniversary, which is an important milestone. Only one year after our opening, Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo has received several accolades from around the world. These include being named one of the best five hotels for comfort in the 2010 Tokyo Michelin Guide, one of the best new business hotels by Wallpaper and Fortune as well as one of the top 10 spas in Japan at the Crystal Award 2010 by SpaFinder. We also became the first hotel in Japan to receive the double accreditations of ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System certifications. I attribute that to our caring and dedicated colleagues, guests and suppliers, all of whom have helped make these accomplishments possible. I look forward to the future and capturing more achievements in the coming years,Ē said Wolfgang Krueger, general manager of Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo.

The 200-room Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo opened on 2 March 2009 as Shangri-La Hotels and Resortsí first property in Japan. The hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the 37 storey, mixed-use Marunouchi Trust Tower Main building, located adjacent to Tokyo Station, and offers cityscape views from a prime location. The hotelís dining facilities include Piacere, a signature Italian restaurant; Nadaman, which serves authentic Japanese kaiseki cuisine; and The Lobby Lounge. CHI, located in the hotel and featuring ancient Chinese healing therapies, opened in Japan for the first time, and offers six treatment rooms that are some of the largest self-contained spa suites in Tokyo.

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