JIA Shanghai launches Weekend Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 10 February 2009

The JIA Shanghai boutique hotel is offering a two-night Weekender Escape complete with Italian family-style Sunday lunch for two for RMB2,660++ until 31 March, 2009.

This package includes accommodation in a chic Studio room and the chance to experience the hotels unique Sundissimo dining, which is normally priced at RMB375++ per person. (Guests can upgrade to a luxurious Balcony Suite for which the package price would be RMB4,550).

An indulgent menu of appetizers, pastas cooked a la minute, a choice of main courses and sumptuous desserts is served from midday to 9.30pm including authentic wood-fired oven pizza by celebrity founder chef Salvatore Cuomo, who won Napolis Pizzafest, the world cup for pizza-makers, for three years running.

Also included in the package is a hot cooked breakfast at Issimo daily, 24 hour soft beverages, afternoon cakes and evening wine in the Lobby as well as a multitude of complimentary extras which adds value to the package.

The package rate, for either single or double occupancy, is subject to 10% service charge and 5% tax, with advance booking required.

JIA Shanghai extends Singaporean founder and owner Yenn Wongs successful JIA Boutique Hotels concept from Hong Kong to Chinas hottest city, in a prime, central location in a stunning 1920s building on the corner of West Nanjing Road and Tai Xing Road.

JIA Shanghai features 55 chic guestrooms and suites, some with balconies, Two Penthouses and a host of special facilities including a Techno gym and a Business Centre with two offices and a boardroom with videoconferencing facilities which can be used for up to two hours, complimentary.

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