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Fri, 14 August 2015

Mandarin Oriental Geneva Launches Panamera S E-Hybrid Porsche Promotion

Mandarin Oriental has launched a Lake Geneva Dream Drive promotion, which includes two nights in a suite at the Mandarin Oriental Geneva and a full day driving the latest Panamera S E-Hybrid Porsche.

Guests booking the Lake Geneva Dream Drive package will get a private limousine transfer from Geneva International Airport and be welcomed with Champagne in their suite, which has panoramic views over the city and mountains.

The following morning, the hotel's concierge will give them keys for their Panamera S E-Hybrid Porsche and a specially created itinerary for their drive around Lake Geneva and surrounding Alps, based on what sights they want to see.

For lunch, guests are given a gourmet picnic basket to take with them and enjoy at their leisure during the drive.

Valid until 15 October 2015, the Lake Geneva Dream Drive package at Mandarin Oriental, Geneva is priced from CHF 1950 per night and includes:

- Accommodation in a Junior Terrace Suite, Corner Suite or Deluxe Suite;

- Daily buffet breakfast for two at Caf Calla or in the Suite;

- Perrier-Jout Champagne and Swiss-chocolate delicacy upon arrival;

- Private round-trip limousine transfers from and to international airport;

- A Panamera S E-Hybrid Porsche at the guests' disposal for one day including insurance and one full tank;

- A gourmet picnic basket for two; and

- A three-course dinner for two at Rasoi by Vineet.

The offer is valid for a minimum stay of two nights and is not available on Sunday and Monday, and from 11 July to 3 August 2015 inclusive. Other terms and conditions apply.

Mandarin Oriental, Geneva, Porsche

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