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JIA Hong Kong Launches Lucky Draw Promotion

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The Philippe Starck-designed boutique hotel JIA Hong Kong is celebrating the one year anniversary of its unique Insider Access Card by offering all guests who stay at the hotel between 1 September and 30 November 2010, a chance to win one of two luxury prizes plus a complimentary night in a one-bedroom suite so they can come to claim their prize in style and comfort.

Each night of every guest’s stay will be entered into the lucky draw so the longer you stay the higher your chance to win. Prizes include:

- A unique Bothos vegetan buffalo leather trolley suitcase, worth HK$8,800.

- A bespoke man’s suit from Moustache worth HK$8,500.

The JIA Insider Access Card gets guests a unique range of complimentary perks and privileges at myriad venues around town, which people would not normally enjoy as visitors to the city - including happy hour drinks all night, access to exclusive private clubs, complimentary wine and champagne, harbour cruises on the aqua luna junk, cash coupons, gifts, and dining, shopping and spa discounts.

The card is presented to guests on check-in at the hotel and these special benefits are extended as long as they are resident at JIA.

Among the partners for the JIA Insider Access Card are: dragon-I, Halo, Volar and Kee private members clubs; The Drawing Room, Bo Innovation, The Pawn, The Press Room, aqua, Hutong, Café Deco and LKF group of restaurants and bars. I.T. Jean Paul Gaultier, Maria Luisa, Rupert Sanderson, 7 for all Mankind and Furla are just some of the big name fashion brands included in this special arrangement.

This year, JIA has added many more participating venues to its Insider Access programme and included a new category ‘Hong Kong Highlights’, drawing attention to unique brands, shops or individuals who collaborate or combine local and international designers such as G.O.D., SONJIA, Bothos, Moustache and others.

Yenn Wong, the young Singaporean owner of JIA boutique hotels, being a constant traveller herself, understands the value of privileges in a city where you are not resident. “Since we launched the Insider Access Card a year ago, our guests have truly appreciated this special benefit. While travelling to new places, the trip is so greatly enhanced when you are treated to a true insider’s experience – it is fun, convenient, and allows you to enjoy a city so much more,” said Yenn. “JIA means home in Mandarin and this is the concept on which our hotels’ design and services are based. Apart from ensuring our guests feel at home at JIA, we want their experience when they are out and about on the town to be equally so.”

 Even before the launch of the Insider Access Card, JIA became known for the many complimentary ‘extras’ to which their guests are treated – complimentary breakfast, 24 hour soft beverages, afternoon cakes, evening wine, broadband/wifi throughout the hotel, local phone calls and more.

Room rack rates at JIA Hong Kong start from HK$2,500 for a studio room, HK$ 3,500 for a one-bedroom suite and HK$6,000 for the duplex Penthouse. Room rates are subject to service charge and include all the complimentary extras mentioned above.

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