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Preferred Signs its First Hotel in Mongolia

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Preferred Hotels & Resorts has signed its first member in Mongolia the brand new The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower.

 The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower is a 200-room hotel housed within a newly built tower with a glass exterior - currently the tallest and most prominent building in Mongolia.

The hotel is located on the Sukhbaatar Square in the heart of Ulanbaatars business centre with government agencies, entertainment as well as tourist attractions nearby.

 Occupying the top floors of the tower, the rooms offer views of the city with understated design and warm earth tones. At present, it is the only hotel in the country with a dedicated executive floor, lounge and complete executive floor benefits.

Five restaurants offer Japanese, Chinese, Korean and European cuisines and other international favourites.

 For entertainment, there is a lounge located on the top two floors of the tower and a separate club providing live bands and DJs.

Recreational facilities include an indoor climate-controlled pool, gymnasium, sauna and three large jacuzzi tubs of varying temperatures.

 With one of the largest function spaces in the city fitted with state-of-the-art visual, acoustic and lighting equipment, Hotel Blue Sky can cater for various events for up to 500 persons within the two ballrooms and three function rooms.

To celebrate its opening, the hotel is offering a Buy One Get One Free promotion with rates from US$320 (US$160 per night) with free breakfast, free WIFI, and taxes included. The promotion is valid until 31 May 2012.

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