New World Mayfair Hotel Shanghai launches Expo Promotion

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The New World Mayfair Hotel Shanghai has launched an Expo Special Treatment promotion with rates starting from RMB1,500+ per night, single or double occupancy, for a Superior Room from 1 June to 31 August 2010.

 Getting to and around the 528-hectare (1,305-acre) Shanghai Expo sites from the hotel is made easy for hotel guests with direct and easy access to the metro and light-rail stations. Other Expo Special Treatment complimentary benefits include:

Shuttle to Puxi Expo venue on request
Dining voucher worth RMB400 per stay
Daily buffet breakfast for one person
Unlimited use of in-room Internet
Late check-out to 4 p.m.
Welcome fruits

The Expo Special Treatment package is based on availability and subject to 15% surcharge and cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions or offers. Additional breakfasts for package guests are RMB100 plus 15% surcharge per person daily.

The New World Mayfair Hotel Shanghai is located in the commercial and business district opposite the southern edge of Zhong Shan Park and steps away from the Metro and Light Rail station. The 605-room hotel features a health club, outdoor swimming pool, comprehensive business facilities, and four restaurants and lounges offering a wide spectrum of cuisines and wines from all over the world.

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