GHM Hotels is offering complimentary nights to
travel agent partners at all seven of its properties, including
The Nam Hai Hoi An in Vietnam; The Setai South Beach in Miami,
USA; The Legian Bali in Indonesia; The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah Ubud
on Bali; The Chedi Chiang Mai in Thailand; The Chedi Muscat in
Oman; and The Strand Yangon in Myanmar.
The opportunities to indulge with GHM are
• First, any of GHM’s travel agent partners can
call on any of the GHM properties for a single, complimentary
night’s stay from now until the end of the year. This special
travel agent offer will also include a menu of specially-priced
stays in GHM suites and villas for additional nights.
• Travel agents who take GHM up on its offer and
submit a written account of their on-site experience are
eligible to win an additional two nights on the house at any GHM
property. GHM will award the prize to one account every two months
throughout 2012. Travel agents have a year to redeem their free
• And to one lucky agent, GHM is handing over a
map and a 20-day free pass to any of its boutique properties
worldwide. The winner can use the free nights in any combination
of stays at any of the GHM properties within the space of 20
months. Stays will be limited to five nights at any one property,
and three at The Setai.
Travel agents can book this exclusive 20th
anniversary special by contacting any of GHM’s worldwide sales
offices to obtain a promotional code, which can then be used to
facilitate direct online bookings with GHM or with direct bookings
to the hotel.
Travel agents staying on the anniversary promo
will be required to show travel agent identification upon
check-in. Blackout dates, maximum room nights and other terms and
To select the two-night-stay winners and the
20-night-stay winner, GHM has formed a panel of judges, including
Hans Jenni, president and director of GHM; Clement Koh, vice
president of sales and marketing at GHM; Cynthia Rosenfeld, a
former contributing editor of Conde Nast Traveler; Heike Götz,
managing director of segara Kommunikation; and Jim Sullivan,
managing director of Mandarin Media.
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