Mandarin Oriental, Miami launches Fifth Anniversary Promotion

Travel News Asia 10 November 2005

In commemoration of its fifth year anniversary, the Mandarin Oriental, Miami, situated on the waterfront enclave of idyllic Brickell Key, has created two celebratory packages for guests.

Mandarin Oriental, Miami

On 20 November 2000, Mandarin Oriental, Miami opened its doors to its very first guest, said Jorge Gonzalez, general manager. The journey has been exciting and triumphant, and we look forward to welcoming guests from nearby and afar with our exciting anniversary packages.

The Five Year Celebration package was created for guests who are celebrating a fifth wedding anniversary or any five-year milestone. This commemorative package includes:

Luxury accommodations for two nights
In keeping with tradition, guests will receive a five year anniversary gift made of wood 
Five-piece gift box from Norman Love Chocolates in-room upon arrival
US$ 50 resort credit towards any incidental charges at our restaurants, bars, spa and beach club (credit is per room per stay)

Based on a two-night stay, rates are from US$915 per room from Sunday through Thursday and US$995 on Friday and Saturday.

The Fifth Anniversary, Fifth Night Free package offers a gift of a complimentary night. Guests who reserve five nights will get the fifth night free. Rates are from US$405 per room per night from Sunday through Thursday and US$445 on Friday and Saturday.

Rates are subject to availability, exclusive of tax and valid from until 31 May 2006.

Contemporary in design and with a prominent waterfront location, the 327-room Mandarin Oriental, Miami includes two high-energy restaurants, the Lobby Lounge, M-Bar a dynamic cocktail lounge and martini bar, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Miami, Oasis Beach Club, extensive meeting and business facilities and spacious rooms and suites, offering dramatic views of the bay and ocean.

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