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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok Launches Wellness Retreat Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 31 March 2011

The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, has launched a new Wellness Retreat Relaxation Package featuring pro-active care from one of Bangkoks premier Executive Health clinics.

Guests can relax for three days at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, enjoy the spa and riverside dining, and choose from a range of executive health programmes available at CEO Health.

All medical screening programs are conducted in selected leading hospitals in Bangkok with the involvement of European centres of excellence and in conjunction with the Centre of Cardiovascular Prevention of the renowned Ferrara University in Italy.

This promotion is inclusive of the following:

Three nights in a Superior Riverside Room or an Authors Suite (different rates apply).
Return airport limousine transfers in a new BMW 7 series limousine with fast track, arrival assistance.
Daily limousine transfers to and from the selected Executive Health clinic.
Daily buffet breakfast for two with healthy choices on the Riverside Terrace.
A customized dietary dinner for two persons at the Sala Rim Naam Thai restaurant (one per stay).
One Signature Spa treatment for two people during the stay.

The package is valid until 31 December 2011. Rates range from THB 50,000 to 131,000 dependent on the type of accommodation booked and does not include the cost of the medical checkup programme. All medical checkup programmes must be reserved and settled directly with the selected Executive Health clinic. Rate is subject to availability, 17.7% service charge and government tax. Terms and Conditions apply.

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