Carlson Hotels launches MeetingPERKS Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Carlson Hotels is now offering more perks for small and medium sized meetings booked at its properties in Asia Pacific with the launch of a new dedicated campaign - MeetingPERKS.

The campaign applies for three of the Carlson hotel brands across the region - Regent Hotels & Resorts, Radisson Hotels & Resorts and Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts. Other Carlson brands include Park Inn and Country Inns & Suites By Carlson.

The perks include an attractive package rate inclusive of free internet and free breakfast for Residential Meeting participants and an upgrade to a club/executive room or a free room night for planners who book a minimum of 20 or more nights. In addition, planners who book a minimum of 50 room nights will be hosted to a one hour cocktail party inclusive of drinks and canaps.

MeetingPerks was designed to provide added value, enhanced services and convenience for meetings and conference customers in our hotels across Asia Pacific. As companies look to more conservative travel spend and meeting related costs, this campaign will benefit them with a combined approach that helps save time, money and effort in planning a meeting, said Frank Trampert, executive vice president, Revenue Generation Asia Pacific, Carlson Hotels Worldwide.

The promotion is valid until 30 November for bookings fulfilled by 28 February 2010.

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