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City of Dreams and Altira Macau join Asia Miles

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City of Dreams and Altira Macau have joined Asia Miles. From today (6 October 2009), Asia Miles members will be able to earn 500 miles for every eligible stay at City of Dreams Crown Towers and Altira Macau, and 250 miles per eligible stay at City of Dreams music-inspired Hard Rock Hotel.

At City of Dreams, Asia Miles members can earn miles with a minimum spending of MOP$500 at selected retail outlets, restaurants and bars at The Boulevard and purchases of MOP$300 or above at The Bubble Shop. Both City of Dreams The Spa at Crown and Rock Spa will also participate in the program.

At Altira Macau, customers can also earn Asia Miles with a minimum spending of MOP$500 at any of the hotels signature restaurants including Aurora, Tenmasa, Kira, the Michelin-starred Ying and 38 Lounge together with the purchase of services to the same minimum spending at Altira Spa.

As Asias leading travel reward programme, we are very pleased to be collaborating with two of the most distinguished leisure and entertainment destinations in Macau, said Mr. Paul Loo, General Manager of Cathay Pacific Loyalty Programmes Ltd. Macau is truly a world-class destination and we are proud to welcome City of Dreams and Altira Macau as the first Macau based integrated resort and hotel Asia Miles collaborator.

To earn Asia Miles, guests simply need to present their Asia Miles membership cards when checking in or when making purchases at selected retail outlets, restaurants, spas and bars at both resorts and hotels.

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