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  • Governments must work together to guarantee long-term sustainable growth of Travel & Tourism

    Governments need to work collegiately and take a long-term view of the economic importance of Travel & Tourism to ensure the sustainable growth of the industry. That is the message from Mr. David Scowsill, President & CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), who is speaking on the occasion of the 98th UNWTO Executive Council.

    Speaking in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Mr Scowsill says, for Travel & Tourism to grow in a sustainable and successful way, governments need to be better coordinated and to engage properly with the private sector; “WTTC understands the limitations faced by some government departments responsible for Travel & Tourism, whose influence and decision-making power is often limited and competes against other stronger elements in government. But for visa facilitation and infrastructure projects to work for the sector, and for true transport connectivity to be realised, this requires understanding and support across many government ministries. Our Members frequently tell us of the need for governments to take a long term view \" often one that will stretch for periods beyond the length of individual government terms of office”.

    Mr Scowsill set out the economic importance of the industry worldwide, explaining that it accounts for 9% of GDP, a $7 trillion contribution to the global economy and 266 million jobs.

    Speaking on the occasion of World Environment Day, Mr Scowsill emphasised that the industry needs to be proactive about ensuring benefits for all; “We need to prove that we a Force for Good and not a ‘force for destruction’ as many critics fear we may become. We must embrace our belief in Tourism for Tomorrow. Our standards of ethics and sustainability must be of the highest order”.

    “The Travel & Tourism Industry cannot hope that someone else will solve the world’s problems. Most importantly, it is time to stop talking and start acting. The sector needs to focus consciously on whether it wants to be ‘just good enough’ or become a ‘leader’ in sustainability. This requires concerted action and coordinated commitment from both the public and private sectors”.

  • Advancing innovation and talent development in tourism and air travel is the core component of the first Memorandum of Understanding signed between UNWTO and The International Air Transport Association (IATA). The MOU is part of the objectives set by both organizations of bringing the tourism and air transport agendas closer together (Madrid, Spain, 10 June 2014).

    UNWTO and IATA have formally agreed to jointly advocate for innovation and talent development in the public and private sectors as a means to promote competitive and sustainable tourism development, with a particular focus on the air transport industry.

    In line with the agreement, IATA will support the creation of a new category within the UNWTO Awards for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism, which will recognize innovation in marketing, product development with the objective to enhance connectivity and increase travel accessibility by airlines, travel agents and other travel and tourism companies. IATA will also be a leading implementing partner in the UNWTO Knowledge Network Talent Development initiative, which aims to support young talents in the tourism sector through internships, knowledge transfer and research.

    “This agreement is an important step to further strengthen our close relationship with IATA, a valued Affiliate Member of UNWTO” said Carlos Vogeler, UNWTO Executive-Secretary of Member Relations, on the occasion of the signing. “Air travel is a key driver of tourism development around the world and we are looking forward to joining forces with IATA in promoting the important innovations spurred by travel companies and further fostering young talents in the tourism and air transport sectors”.

    The head of the IATA Global Partnership and the Travel & Tourism Unit, Ismail Albaidhani, highlighted the strong linkages between air transport and tourism. ”Passenger experiences expand beyond the travel by air, involving other tourism components including tour operators, car rentals, railway companies as well as hotels”, he said. “IATA works with over 60,000 travel and tourism organizations offering a solutions portfolio ranging from professional identification, digital coding and training products, to financial, billing and settlement services. We are now working very closely with UNWTO to strengthen the collaboration between the various travel and tourism value-chain partners, and today’s important agreement establishes a solid platform to launch crucial joint-industry initiatives worldwide”, he added.

    On the occasion, UNWTO and IATA further agreed to organize a joint event on air travel and tourism value chains to be held next January in the framework of the UNWTO Awards taking place in Madrid, Spain.


Kerala Tourism steps up campaign to attract domestic tourists

Signs MoU with GoAir to offer discounted fares to visitors

In an innovative new season initiative launched as part of efforts to aggressively market ‘God’s Own Country’ domestically, Kerala Tourism today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading Indian carrier GoAir to offer exclusive discounted fares to visitors to the state.

 The MoU, signed under a new ‘Destination Promotion’ campaign that looks to capitalise on the increasing propensity for travel in the domestic market, will make travelling to the state easier and cheaper through the tie-up with GoAir.

 Mr. P I Sheik Pareeth IAS, Director of Kerala Tourism and Mr. Manoj Dharmani IAS, GoAir Vice-President (Sales and Marketing) signed the MoU at a ceremony held in Thiruvananthapuram.

 Mr. A P Anilkumar, Kerala Tourism Minister and Mr. Suman Billa IAS, Kerala Tourism Secretary were present on the occasion. The MoU signing ceremony was also witnessed by senior GoAir executives Mr. Naveen Soni, Head of Corporate Communications, Mr. Gaurav Patwari, Regional General Manager, and Mr. Hemesh Shenoy, General Manager (Marketing).

 The offer, applicable only as a bundled package along with a Kerala holiday, will be available on GoAir flights to Kerala from as many as eight cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Jaipur and Nagpur. The airline will offer a fixed allocation of seats under the MoU, which has been signed for two years, with the fares reviewed every 3-4 months.   

 Special fares under the promotional scheme will be available for bookings made from September 1 through tour operators accredited by Kerala Tourism. The initial scheme will continue until January 2015.

 The packages can be booked exclusively from the official Kerala Tourism site where a link will take the user to the list of accredited tour operators.

 “The MoU signed today opens a new chapter in domestic tourism. It shows our commitment to support the tour operators’ fraternity in Kerala and other industry stakeholders, as well as our efforts to offer the best services to visitors,” said Kerala Tourism Minister Shri Anilkumar after the ceremony.

 The timing of the scheme will also ensure that tourists visiting Kerala are protected from the high cost of air travel during the festival season, he added.

 He pointed out that the MoU is bringing together, all the important players in the domestic travel and tourism sector, including the state government, airline industry, tour agents, transport operators and hotel and resort agents. He also urged GoAir, which currently has services to Kochi, to consider extending operations to the state capital Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode and hoped more carriers will take up the tourism promotion scheme.

 Kerala Tourism Secretary Mr Suman Billa said the exclusive discounted fare package to travellers during the peak season has taken domestic tourism to a new level by eliminating the pressures of the market..

 “The new scheme of Kerala Tourism sends out a clear message that there is now unconditional freedom for the traveller to discover new destinations and experiences,” he added.

 Kerala Tourism Director Mr Sheik Pareeth said the MoU is expected to help cement Kerala’s reputation as a top tourist destination among both international visitors and the increasingly travel-savvy Indians.

“We appreciate the support from our partners in the aviation industry and the travel and hospitality sector in helping provide a hassle-free and enjoyable Kerala experience for our guests,” he said.

GoAir Vice-President, Mr. Manoj Dharmani said, “Our aim is to positively participate in the growth of tourism in God's Own Country. We are hoping to bring more tourists, especially from North India to Kerala, which is he described as a “much-sought after dream destination”.

“At present, GoAir has daily flights between Kochi and Mumbai; and from Mumbai they get connected to other parts of India. GoAir’s double daily service between Mumbai and Kochi strives to boost tourism and business in the state. Since tourism is growing nationally and internationally, both the Kerala Government and GoAir stand to gain by signing this agreement. Our partnership clearly highlights our commitment to the domestic tourism sector and we are delighted to be associated with Kerala”he added.


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Air Transport and Tourism to Grow Together

The 2013 UNWTO and WTM Ministers´ Summit at the World Travel Market (WTM) will put a spotlight on the essential connection between air transport and tourism, debating the challenges and opportunities of promoting higher policy coordination between aviation and tourism.

Air transport, being an important factor in outbound or inbound tourism, plays a vital role in foreign tourist arrival in India. Therefore, the discussions on the matter must be considered as important for the tourism industry in the country. New alliances with tourism boards and airlines all around the world is needed  to boost the business. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on all partners and stakeholders involved in passenger travel to work together to deliver greater value to passengers. This is a remarkable decision that will encourage travellers all around the world to visit foreign countries.

Air travel is one of the major part, travellers worried about in their journey. Addressing their issues is the most important thing for the sector to grow their business. According to IATA Director General and CEO, Mr. Tony Tyler, Aviation makes possible $2.2 trillion worth of economic activity and supports about 57 million jobs around the globe. Every day more than 8 million passengers take advantage of the safety, speed and convenience of air travel. Therefore, any new strategy implemented will work as a catalyst that makes big changes.

The alliances by airlines also play a major part in air transport. The recent joining of Qatar Airways in “Oneworld” shows a positive approach by major airlines that hold major part of the market share. These alliances give the consumer better offers, which encourage them to travel frequently. The initiatives by WTM and IATA are expected to give new possibilities for air transport and tourism to grow together. Let's hope for a better connected world that encourages people to travel and make the tourism industry to grow to a new level.


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Special Category of States to boost innumerable tourism opportunities - Chhattisgarh

Mr. Ajay Chandrakar, Hon’bl Minister of Tourism and Culture, Govt. of Chhattisgarh at the Second National Conference of Tourism Ministers held at New Delhi reiterated his commitment to develop Chhattisgarh as India’s top tourism destination.At the conference Mr. Chandakar was much vocal on the need of according a special tourism status to Chhattisgarh on lines of the same special status accorded to Jammu & Kashmir and the north-eastern st ...
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Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival, California

The World Pumpkin Capital of Half Moon Bay celebrates its bountiful fall harvest and autumn splendor with a special display of gigantically ginormous, heavyweight champion pumpkins. Watch three stages of smashing entertainment, non-stop live music, and the Great Pumpkin Parade. Dare to experience the bone chilling Haunted House or instead enjoy harvest-inspired crafts, home style foods, and expert pumpkin carver Farmer Mike sculpting a monster pu ...
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Million Facebook Fans and Counting for Kerala Tourism

The tech savvy tourism department of Kerala reached a spectacular milestone this week when the number of its fans on Facebook hit the one million mark. Kerala Tourism is the first tourism board in the country to have more than one million fans on its hugely popular Facebook page.Kerala Tourism is well ahead of major global tourism destination boards like Singapore Tourism (8 lakh fans), Thailand Tourism (6 lakh fans), Paris Tourism (3.2 lakh fans ...
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IT&CM India 2014 Kicks Off With New Tabletop Exhibition Format

95% Filled Appointments For All Exhibitors As IT&CM India 2014 Kicks Off With New Tabletop Exhibition Format The second installment of IT&CM India kicked off with international and domestic MICE professionals across various regions of India congregating to explore business, education and networking opportunities during the next 3 days. The 2014 edition of the leading international MICE event in India showcased its new exhibiti ...
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Hong Kong Tourism Board Bags PATA Gold Award 2014

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has bagged the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) 2014 Gold Award in the category Marketing  Primary Government Destination for its “Hold My Hand in Hong Kong” promotion campaign in India.The HKTB launched “Hold My Hand in Hong Kong” in 2013 as a unique year-round marketing platform integrating literature, film, digital media, and trade, consumer, and public relations promotions in one campaign ...
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Mr. Rakesh Sarna, will join Indian Hotels Company Limited as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer on 1st September, 2014. Mr. Sarna will take over from Mr. Raymond Bickson. In this role, Mr. Sarna would be responsible for steering the growth of the organization as it continues to be positioned as a strong India based hotel group with strategic presence in chosen markets outside India.

Mr. Sarna brings over three decades of experience across various leadership roles with Hyatt Hotels Corporation. He was the Group President - Americas with a portfolio of 146 Full Service hotels, 233 Select Service hotels and 15 Vacation Ownership facilities across North America, the Caribbean and Latin America with around 40,000 employees. In this role, Mr. Sarna was responsible for the development and management of all owned, managed and franchised hotels across all Hyatt brands.

Previously, he served as Chief Operating Officer - International from June 2007 until his appointment as Group President - Americas in October 2012. During this time, he was responsible for the development and management of all owned, managed and franchised hotels across all Hyatt brands and for overseeing the Divisional Offices in Hong Kong for Asia Pacific; in Zurich for Europe Africa & Middle East; in Dubai for South West Asia and in Mexico City for Latin America. In addition, during this time, Mr. Sarna was also responsible for co-authoring the brand attributes of Andaz (Hyatt's boutique brand) and leading the launch of this new brand.

Mr. Sarna has had an international upbringing. He moved to Canada as a young adult and completed his Diploma in Hospitality Administration from Ottawa.

Indian Hotels is an iconic part of the Tata group and representative of the group legacy. The current Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Raymond Bickson has been instrumental in expanding this legacy globally. Mr. Bickson has also been responsible for the expansion of the brand to include luxury, upscale, mid-scale and economy hotels.

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Etihad Cargo launches Skystables Equine product

Etihad Cargo, the freight division of United Arab Emirates (UAE) carrier Etihad Airways, has unveiled a new Equine service called SkyStables, targeted at customers around the world wishing to transport horses and other similar species by air.

Supervised by expert managers, SkyStables offers owners, breeders and equestrian organisations bespoke global transport arrangements on Etihad Cargo’s fleet of 10 Airbus and Boeing wide-body freighters.

The service, bookable from today, is being rolled-out across Etihad Cargo’s scheduled network of 44 freighter destinations with personalised charter services to other cities also available.

Horses travel in dedicated stalls equipped with anti-slip floors, which are then loaded in temperature controlled sections of the aircraft.

Throughout the flight, the animals can be attended to by their grooms, ensuring arrival at their destination fit and healthy.

Kevin Knight, Etihad Airways Chief Strategy and Planning Officer, said:  “Our new global SkyStables product is a tangible example of innovation being at the very forefront of how we continue to develop our business by adding more services for new and existing customers.

“SkyStables goes beyond simply meeting the safety, security and reliability needs of equine owners, offering a more comprehensive air transport solution which is overseen by dedicated and fully trained Etihad Cargo equine managers.

“The animals are well looked after prior to, during and after the flight, and combined with a dedicated handling team and facilities at our Abu Dhabi hub, we also have approved export and import processes in place with local UAE customs and police, in addition to a full veterinary service at Abu Dhabi International Airport.”

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Destination Review

Thattakkad, the Bird Paradise of South India is first identified by late Dr. Salim Ali in the 1930’s during his ornithological survey of old Travancore Cochin State for the  Maharaja of Travancore and Cochin. Later, during 1983 as per Dr. Salim Ali's wish, Kerala State government declared a part of Thattekkad as Kerala’s First Forest Bird Sanctuary.

An area of 25.16 sq. kms. on the bank of river Periyar constitute the Bird Sanctuary. The Periyar valley irrigation project dam constructed across Periyar river during 1960’s submerged the river sides to form a lake. This is the ideal habitat for many specious of water birds seen in the Sanctuary. Different types of forests present in the sanctuary are the ideal home for large number of forest birds. Even though forest bird specious are more in number compared to water birds, the area is rich in both water as well as land bird population.

Situated on the Western Slope, almost at the foot hill below the highest point Anamudi, Thattakkad lies at an altitude ranging from 500 to 1500 ft MSL  The land surface is undulating with two high peaks called Njayappilly Mudi and Thoppi Mudi. Old Aluva- Munnar road, which is now not in use passes through the western side of the sanctuary. Even though there is no tribal settlement inside the sanctuary, nearly 9 sq. km. inside the sanctuary is occupied by human habitation with or without title deeds. This area is either under cultivation, plantation or with other occupation like buildings roads etc.

Sanctuary is well connected with nearest town Kothamangalam by road and there is regular public transport to the sanctuary. Visitors to the sanctuary has only limited facilities for food and accommodation. One has to satisfy with home stays for accommodation and tea shops for food. Forest department facilities are very few for overnight stay except for a dormitory inside the sanctuary.

Like other sanctuaries, Thattakkad bird sanctuary is also divided into three areas such as core area, buffer zone end tourism zone. Tourists are permitted only to the tourism zone with a total area of 3 sq kms of discarded Teak plantations, Moist deciduous Forest and Wetlands. Entry inside the tourism zone is from 6 am to 6 pm on all days with an entry permit costing Rs. 10 per adult and Rs. 5 for children. Foreign Tourist has to pay Rs. 100 per head for one day. Local guides are available.

The forest area of the sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. There are many types of forests ranging from Riparan forests to open grass land inside the sanctuary. Many different varieties of plants are available inside the forests in the sanctuary. They include water plants, marshy vegetation, grassland vegetation, Huge tall trees with epiphytes and climbers on them and so on. There are nearly 21 specious of orchids, 37 specious of ferns, 5 specious of premative plants apart from mono culture like Teak, Mahagony etc. Large extent of Bamboo specious can also be seen in the sanctuary.

Even though Thattakkad is famous as bird sanctuary it has many other fauna related to birds. In the large extent of water body many variety of water organisms like water insects, water snails, crabs, shells, frogs, fish etc. There are about 55 specious of fresh water fishes in the lake and river. Over 21 specious of Frogs are recorded from the sanctuary area. Some of the Fishes and frogs are endemic to western ghats and are very rare.

Reptilian fauna of the sanctuary include Lizards, Turtles, Tortoises, Snakes and so on. Snakes alone in the sanctuary is identified over 35 specious. This include King Cobra, Python, Blind Snake etc. The world of insects in the sanctuary is very big. They include groups like Beetles, Bugs, Spiders, Ants, Bees, Wasps, Butter flies and Moth. Over 222 specious of butter flies are identified from the sanctuary. Some of the insects are rare and endangered.

Bird diversity of the sanctuary is very rich. Over about 322 specious of birds, out of nearly 600 specious of Birds recorded from Kerala, is seen in the sanctuary. Around 40% of the total specious in the sanctuary is migratory. They include international migrants, long internal migrants and altitudinal migrants. Migration season for the birds in the sanctuary start from October and extent up to march next year. Peak of migratory season is by December and January and this is the best time to watch birds in the sanctuary. There are many specious of Western Ghats endemic birds in the sanctuary. Rare sp: of owls, Frogmouth, Night jars, Bird of Prey, Trogon etc can also be seen in the park. Best time for bird watching is in the morning and evening hours. For maximum sighting of birds it is advisable to take trained local guides along with you.

Mammal fauna of the sanctuary is fairly rich. All major mammals of this region except Gaur (Bison) and Niligiri langor all other animals are present in the sanctuary. Elephant population is fairly high around (42). Tiger, Leopard, Bear, Sambar, Gient Squirrels, Bats, Rats, Pongolone, Loris, Monkey, Flying Squirrel etc are also recorded from the sanctuary.

There is an interpretation centre and Medicinal plant garden in the sanctuary. 

For further information contact the Asst. Wild Life Warden, Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, Njayappilly P.O, Eranakulam Dist., Kerala

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Honeymooners want the perfect exotic destination for their post-wedding retreat. They look for a place that blends romance, adventure and is far-flung from routine. In Maldives one can find brilliant white sands, sparkling aquamarine lagoons and vibrant coral reefs. It’s no wonder why this paradise on earth is a top honeymoon destination. From dramatic scenery to the privacy and amenities of the overwater bungalows, everything in Maldives rates a perfect 10 on the romance scale.

Maldives offers one of world’s best backdrop for an intimate, secluded and most importantly beautiful setting. There are endless ways to let the magic of the islands dazzle you on your holiday as a couple. A dinner under the stars with the occasional flicker of candle light to bring you back into the real world, a daring getaway to a nearby uninhabited island all by yourselves for the whole day, or just lazing around in your private bungalow watching the endless turquoise waters while you are treated to a spa treatment in the room.   

Maldives attracts plentiful tourists who come to the incredible island beauty. Floating bungalows and honeymoon resorts set on some of the bluest water ever encountered will make you and your new partner want to stay forever. From sunrise to sunset, each resort has designed their own blend of unique romantic experiences for their guests to choose from.   

Couples could bond with each other through a swim around a house reef with a mask and fin, or dive among the beautiful, vibrant reefs. They can indulge in some lighthearted competition on a night fishing trip by seeing who catches more. Not to miss is the amazing boat trip at sunset before anchoring at a suitable fishing spot. It is as if nature plays with the colours of the setting sun just to ensure that you remember this day, this moment, and this love for the rest of your life. 

 A honeymoon is a once in a lifetime experience. You will relive the honeymoon over and over again, every time you come back to these magical islands.  

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Aamod Resorts launches new property-Alwar Bagh (Sariska)

After the successful launches of luxury resorts in Narkanda (Shimla District) and Bhimtal (Nainital District), Aamod Resorts recently expanded its roots of out-of town exotic locations with the launch of a 38 room resort near Sariska Tiger Reserve (Alwar District), Rajasthan to its bouquet of offerings. Set amidst a rural setting with a backdrop of the Aravali Mountains, Alwar Bagh by Aamod is a tailored experience for those who want to unplug, unwind and rejuvenate. Spread over a lavish 5 acres of green, the resort is conveniently located between Sariska National Park and Alwar City, under 2.5 hrs drives from Gurgaon. 
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Gaurav Jain- Managing Director, Aamod Resorts said, “This property is not merely a commercial expansion but also an extension of the Aamod experience. This endeavor takes our unique service design to a historic destination. Alwar Bagh by Aamod is an ideal getaway from NCR.”
Tastefully designed in heritage style, the 38 rooms offer character along with all contemporary amenities to make a holiday comfortable and enjoyable. Aamod carries forward its much acclaimed in-house dining experience, with its multi-cuisine restaurant with an addition of traditional Rajasthani recipes to tickle your palate. The popular theme of “Find a place and we set up a Table” continues at the Sariska Resort also. On festive periods and on special occasions (on request), live food counters are arranged in the lawns and by the swimming pool. The resort boasts of an in-house spa with several services like Body Therapies, Hand & Foot Care and Face Vitality & Body Polishes by experts which bring a sense of well-being and relaxation. The location of the resort greatly enhances the effectivity of Wellness programs. The ambience is perfect for those who want to focus on their health and well-being along with the professionals Aamod has, in-house and through association with Wellness Experts.
 The Aamod Team curates experiences to make all vacations special with a range of onsite and offsite activities- from visiting historical monuments, exploration of wildlife, nature trails, cycling, mountain trekking, kite flying, tree plantation, photography workshops, Culinary workshops and many other specialized workshops , camel & cart ride, village walk, city palace, museum sightseeing to local cultural shows and more complete revitalization. The resort also hosts leisure facilities like swimming pool, multi-purpose court (basketball, skating/roller blading, volleyball), Pool Table, Table Tennis, Badminton, Archery, Darts and several other indoor games for families and Corporate alike. By October, The resort also plans to start Paint-Ball facilities, Remote controlled cars race track and a climbing/rappelling wall. 
The magnificence of Alwar Bagh, delectable menu spread, leisure facilities, well designed rooms all come together to form a perfect recipe for hosting various kinds of events and conferences. The indoor and outdoor locations offer a choice for pre-wedding ceremonies, destination wedding & receptions gatherings. The dedicated, experienced and passionate Aamod team assists in organizing all events and workshops keeping in mind their guests’ happiness. The vicinity of the swimming pool, views of the scenic hills & the backdrop of the majestic Haveli adds glamour to all the events. . The resort is 13 kms from Alwar City and 170 kms from Delhi.


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Park Hotel Hong Kong Offers Special Family Packages

Park Hotel Group, one of Asia Pacific’s best hospitality groups, is now offering budgeted travel saving up to 50% for the whole family. Park Hotel Hong Kong extends an exclusive offer to make your family vacation extra special. Take your family on a great getaway where children (under 12 years) stay for FREE! Exclusive to Park Hotel Hong Kong, guests can book Deluxe plus Family Room or Premier Family Room suitable for a family of four and enjoy complimentary breakfast, hotel-wide Wi-Fi Internet connectivity and complimentary kid’s meals, so you have more to spend on the most important people in your life. 
Furthermore, the property also offers in-room amenities tailored for little ones such as connecting rooms, baby toiletries, cots, bathtubs, bottle sterilizers and more are also available, at no additional charge!
Providing families with the added comfort of privacy, space and convenience, Park Hong Kong’s Deluxe Plus Family Rooms and Premier Family Rooms feature choices of triple beds, one queen-sized bed and one single bed or one king-sized bed and one single bed that guests may choose from. For a family of four, look no further than the Park Hotel Hong Kong’s Family Rooms with two queen-sized beds and two double-sized beds which can accommodate two adults and two children/ four adults.
Enjoy family moments with Park Hotel Group! With properties spread across frequented destinations like Singapore and Hong Kong, the tourist can make the best of the offers by booking on .     
Park Hotel Group, an established name with properties under the brand name Grand Park and Park Hotel spread across Singapore, Hong Kong, China and Japan is also offering in-room amenities tailored for little ones such as baby toiletries, cots, bathtubs, bottle sterilizers and more, at no additional charge!
Enjoy family moments with Park Hotel Group!
Valid till 31 December 2014, accommodation is inclusive of the following benefits*: 
    Children under 12 stay free
• Complimentary Breakfast for up to two adults and two children.
• Complimentary wired and wireless high speed Internet access
• Complimentary kid’s meals when accompanied by paying adults
 About Park Hotel Group 
Park Hotel Group is one of Asia’s Pacific’s best hospitality groups. The group manages, owns and develops Park branded hotels around the Asia Pacific. Established in 1961, Park Hotel Group grew rapidly from its first hotel in Hong Kong to the current portfolio of ten properties across three countries and six cities in the region, with access to over 3,300 rooms.
Committed to delivering exceptional service with love and passion, the acclaimed Park Hotel Group has established a track record of operating successful hotels. As it strives to be a world-renowned brand in hospitality, Park Hotel Group continues to focus on its footprint expansion through acquisitions and hotel management services.
Park branded hotels include the luxury Grand Park and the upscale Park Hotel. 
Grand Park is a luxury hotel brand synonyms with premium accommodation, facilities, service and comfort designed for discerning business and leisure travelers. Grand Park hotels can be found in Singapore, China and Japan. 
Park Hotel is an upscale hotel brand symbolizing utmost convenience, personalized services and high standards of amenities carefully crafted to please business and leisure travelers. Park Hotels can be found in Singapore and Japan.    
Park Hotel Group’s portfolio of properties comprises
Grand Park Orchard
Grand Park City Hall
Park Hotel Clarke Quay

Grand Park Kunming
Grand Park Wuxi
Grand Park Xian

Hong Kong

Park Hotel Hong Kong 
Grand Park Otaru


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