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Caravelle Hotel in Ho Chi Minh launches Meetings Package

Travel News Asia 10 August 2004

The Caravelle Hotel in Ho Chi Minh city is celebrating its recent US$2 million makeover with a discounted Meeting / Accommodation Package priced through the summer at just US$118.

The Business in the Heart of Saigon offer, valid until November 30, aims to introduce a host of new high-tech meeting facilities together with renovated rooms to corporate groups.

At US$118 per person package for a minimum of eight delegates provides everything required for a day-long gathering following or preceding an overnight stay -- function rooms, tea and coffee breaks with pastries and fresh fruits, international buffet lunch, backdrop with company logo and wording, slide projection facilities with screen and laser pointer, television, video player, podium, microphone and PA system.

The Executive Meeting Rooms complementing the hotels existing function rooms accommodate gatherings for up to 130. These are designed for multiple configuration as a Theatre, Cocktail Party, Classroom and U-shaped, or simply in Round Table format as an intimate, professional venue for business meetings, incorporating the services and convenience of the adjoining Business Centre.

We invite corporate groups to take advantage of the package and experience for themselves the most prestigious and efficient business address in Ho Chi Minh City, said The Caravelles General Manager, Stephen OGrady.

The refurbishment includes a new upmarket shopping mall featuring prestigious designer outlets with the second phase heralding a new entertainment centre with state-of-the-art electronic gaming.

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