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TenFace Hotel in Bangkok Reopens with Promotion

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TenFace Bangkok, an all-suite boutique hotel with 59 rooms, has reopened following a three-month closure for the construction of a car park.

To celebrate its reopening the hotel is offering a special rate on a spacious 61 square meter one-bedroom suite from now until 31 October 2013.

The rate includes breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity and use of the 24 hour shuttle service to the BTS Ploenchit and All Seasons Place.

The special rate starts from Baht 2,600 nett per room per night (US$ 90), representing a 70% saving on the published rate of Baht 9,000 (US$ 300) per night (plus tax and service).

Four different suite types with one or two bedrooms are available, making it ideal for business travelers or families, as well as being immensely popular with long stay guests.

The hotel has a residential ambiance with friendly, personalized service and whimsical features, including images and hieroglyphs painted on the walls depicting the Ramakien story, creating unique artworks.

Facilities include the stylish Wanara Restaurant serving both Thai and western cuisine, the funky Sita Bar with creative cocktails, a pool and fitness center.

On check-in, guests are given a Tosakans Heart, a mythical box containing useful, fun goodies including herbal bathroom amenities, a prepaid BTS Sky train card, a local SIM card, iPod Nano video, Must-see-Places map and a TenFace Taxi card.

Bangkok, Kirimaya

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