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Enjoy rates as low as THB850 (USD28) at the Mercure Chiang Mai for stays through July 2011. This is a “Hot Deals” rate for a Standard Room and does not include breakfast, service charge, or local taxes. Superior Rooms are also available at a special rate of THB1,150 (USD38) per night. The Mercure is a four-star hotel located in downtown Chiang Mai.
Starting from May 1, 2011, Nok Air will fly from Bangkok to the southern city of Hat Yai six times every day. Promotional one-way fares start from just THB1,190 (USD40) inclusive of taxes and surcharges. Nok Air is a domestic carrier and also flies to Chiang Mai and Phuket for similarly low prices. Promotional fares are available until sold out for valid for travel until September 30, 2011.
Enjoy a complimentary hors d’oeuvre buffet with drink purchase during happy hour at Bangkok’s trendy BarSu. The buffet selection includes coldcuts, cheese, olives, bruschetta, dips, and much more. This promotion is available weekdays from 5:30 – 8:30pm with selected happy hour drinks from THB250 (USD8). BarSu is located in central Bangkok at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel.
Celebrate the opening of the five-star St Regis Hotel Bangkok with an opening promotion until June 30, 2011. The “Debut Deal” includes a complimentary room upgrade, internet access, a THB1,000 (USD30) voucher for Elemis Spa, and your choice of breakfast or a two-course dinner for two people at Viu Restaurant. Rates start from THB7,300 (USD245) per night for a Deluxe Room.
Enjoy great rates and free internet access with the “Stay Saver” package at the Eastin Hotel Makkasan in Bangkok. The nightly rate for a Superior Room is just THB2,749 (USD91) and for stays of two nights or more the price drops to THB2,449 (USD81). Rates include taxes, service charge, and breakfast for two people. This promotion is available until October 31, 2011.
Budget carrier Air Asia has increased the frequency of their flights from Thailand to Malaysia and Singapore. Starting April 1, 2011, AirAsia will fly from Bangkok to Singapore four times daily. Additionally, Air Asia now flies direct from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur four times daily. One-way fares start from THB1,050 (USD35) to Kuala Lumpur and THB2,090 (USD70) to Singapore.
Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon you can enjoy an all-you-can-eat dim sum buffet at Déjà Vu Restaurant. The buffet is priced at THB488 (USD16) per person or THB588 (USD19) for the buffet plus one soup. These are net prices inclusive of all taxes and service charge. The Déjà Vu Restaurant is located within the Pullman Hotel in downtown Bangkok.
Enjoy opening rates from just THB1,500 (USD50) per night at the new Sakul House Hotel in Bangkok. The quoted price is for double occupancy in a Standard Room and includes a welcome drink, American breakfast, wireless internet access, and all service charges and taxes. This promotion is available from now until June 15, 2011.
Exploring all of Thailand’s diverse provinces is easier than ever with the “Discover Thailand’ air pass from Thai Airways. For just USD278 the pass entitles travelers to 3 domestic flights within a period of 3 months. Destinations include Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Krabi, and 7 more cities in all corners of Thailand. This promotion is available until December 31, 2011.
From now until May 31, 2011, receive one free night for every night booked at the Tenface Hotel in Bangkok. This promotion is valid for stays in a One-bedroom Suite and the rate for the payable night is THB4,200 (USD135). Guests of the Tenface Hotel also enjoy a complimentary fruit platter on arrival, in-room internet access, and a 24-hour shuttle to the nearest transit station.