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Worldhotels Celebrates China’s National Day with “Golden Week Special”

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Worldhotels, a global brand that brings together some of the world’s most unique independent hotels in 250 destinations, is offering a celebratory “Golden Week Special” package to mark China’s 66th National Day.

Available until 11 October 2015, guests staying a minimum of two consecutive nights at our participating hotels across the globe will be entitled to:

  • 15 percent savings on Best Available Rate
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Wi-fi access
  • 1,000 miles or double Peakpoints per stay
  • An additional benefit or experience (offered by selected hotels)

To help guide travellers through an unforgettable Golden Week, Worldhotels has rounded up a select list of accommodation choices that juxtapose curated services and bespoke amenities in destinations that suit every whim.

To view all participating hotels and make reservations for this offer, please visit: http://bit.ly/1QI7yAx.

For the avid adventurers

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia | Sutera Harbour Resort

From the UNESCO-listed Kinabalu National Park and Southeast Asia’s highest Mount Kinabalu to the thousands of native flora and fauna and Bornean Orangutans, exhilarating adventures beckon guests set out to discover Kota Kinabalu’s natural wonders.

Spanning 384 acres, Sutera Harbour Resort is a fully-integrated lifestyle haven that comprises The Pacific Sutera Hotel and The Magellan Sutera Resort. Both five-star properties feature a total of more than 950 elegantly-styled rooms and suites, coupled with an impressive range of facilities and features for indoor and outdoor pursuits. Visitors may travel into a bygone era onboard the North Borneo Railway steam locomotive or embark the Puteri Sutera for a sunset cruise along the South China Sea.

For the entertainment seekers
Hong Kong | Harbour Grand Kowloon & Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay

Hong Kongis the world leader in East-meets-West personality. The city boasts a vibrant scene that features the eclectic influences of its Chinese roots, colonial connections, and a wondrous pool of homegrown talent, not to mention the heavenly Cantonese cuisine that fascinate. The oldest neighbourhoods are gentrifying with hipster hangouts, top notch eateries and meticulously curated boutiques – there has never been a more exciting time to visit.

Explore Hong Kong with Harbour Grand Kowloon and Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay where exciting nightlife atmosphere is a mesmerising medley of sights, sounds and smells. Visitors will be delighted to know that both hotels offer the perfect vantage point to catch the show-stealing fireworks on display and celebrate the National Day in style.

For the ultimate island escapade
Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam | Salinda Resort

Known as Pearl Island for its local pearl farming industry, Phu Quoc may be the last undiscovered pearl of Asia’s white sand beaches. ABC News singled out Phu Quoc as having the “cleanest and most beautiful beaches in the world”. The largest island of Vietnam is coming of age, leaving it ample room for exploration. Travellers seeking a slice of paradise should head to this leafy laid-back paradise before mass-tourism harshes its mellow vibe.

As the first five-star resort on Phu Quoc island, Salinda Resort offers refreshingly luxurious accommodation experience that complements the island’s pristinely beautiful surroundings. Located only 10 minutes from the Phu Quoc International Airport, Salinda Resort provides 122 guest rooms and villas with contemporary interiors that integrate elements of local rustic culture, complete with private oversized balconies for unrivalled ocean vistas. Visitors to the resort will find endless options for activities and enjoyment, from snorkelling, diving, water and jet skiing to deep-sea fishing expeditions.

For the cultural (and kimchi) enthusiasts
Seoul, South Korea | The Palace Hotel Seoul

Fashion and technology-forward yet deeply rooted in culture and tradition, Seoul mashes up temples, palaces, cutting-edge design, and mountain trails, all to a non-stop K-pop beat. Explore the fascinating juxtaposition of the traditional and contemporary worlds that make up South Korea’s unique culture.

A cultural and culinary landmark, The Palace Hotel Seoul is located in the Gangnam commercial district, moments from the Sumsung HQ and the Seoul Arts Centre. Nearby attractions including “The little France” Seorae Village, mega shopping complex Central City, and the icnonic Banpo Han River Park will please visitors looking to discover this dynamic city. After a day out, retreat to an oasis of calm in The Palace Hotel recently refurbished to exceptional standards.

For the pilgrims of a world-class metropolis
Shanghai, People’s Republic of China | Dorsett Hotel

Shanghai is the epitome of China’s spectacular economic growth. The world’s eighth largest city was once a city of nightclubs and French villas; Shanghai today is a cosmopolitan city of dazzling spectacles. Packed with everything from classical buildings erected by colonists to futuristic architectures, Shanghai is a city rich in history yet primed for the future.

Formerly the Yue Shanghai, the design-led Dorsett Shanghai is an idyllic oasis situated opposite the 140 million square metres Century Park, with easy access to the airport and famed attractions. The hotel uniquely fuses modern themes with Chinese elements and stylish interiors. Most of the guest rooms offer balconies and rejuvenating park views.

For the jet-set families
Bahrain, The Kingdom of Bahrain | The Gulf Hotel

Heralded as the true pearl of the Arabian Gulf, the Kingdom of Bahrain – which name means “two seas” – is the smallest Arab nation in the entire Middle East. A window to its historic past, Bahrain is a blend of old and new with the majestic embodiments that speak of the intriguing Islamic art, culture and architecture.

Take in the sweeping panorama of Manama cityscape from the plush comforts of 361 luxuriously appointed rooms or suites – including 97 premium one to three bedroom serviced apartments. The Gulf Hotel features the finest of Bahraini hospitality and is well-endowed with family-friendly recreational and relaxation options, including a lagoon-style pool, kids’ play area, a health club, plus extraordinary cuisines from the country’s largest dining selections – this is a legendary landmark in its own right.

For the “bourgeoisie” globetrotters
Paris, France | Hotel de Sers

Paris needs no introduction – it being one of the most beautiful cities on earth is a fact easily appreciated on a stroll that could yield one stunning vista after another. Beyond the city’s visual appeal, the cultural riches of the French capital are unrivalled. Whether exploring the historic, fashion-conscious, or bohemian and arty arrondissements of Paris, one thing is for sure: the City of Light will always enthrall.

Moments from Paris’ most glamorous avenue – the Champs-Élysées– is Hotel de Sers, a discreetly luxurious home that appeals most to individuals with chic sensibilities. Set in a 19th century baby palace, Hotel de Sers effortlessly blends classic French style with sleek modernity. The 52-unit hotel houses a relaxing courtyard garden, a top-class restaurant, and a large portrait gallery – making it one of the most magnifique boutique hotels Paris has to offer.

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