Amari the hotel and resort brand celebrating the colours and rhythms of modern Asian hospitality is offering sensational Spa Packages, specially designed for relaxation and rejuvenation. Offering an attractive selection of complimentary benefits including traditional Thai massages and discounts on a variety of Spa treatments, the Amari Spa Packages provide all the essential ingredients to escape for a relaxing and rejuvenating summer break.
>From a two or three-night stay in the coastal retreats of Pattaya or
>Krabi to a
two-night stay in the bustling capital of Bangkok, the Amari Spa Packages offer the ideal opportunity to escape to the tropical paradise of Thailand. With a choice of city or island location, superior accommodation as well as the very best in Asian hospitality, Amari hotels offer the perfect relaxing Spa holiday.
Details of the Amari Spa Packages include the following:
Amari Watergate Bangkok
• Fresh flowers and a seasonal fruit basket in room on arrival.
• Complimentary welcome drink.
• Complimentary daily newspaper; The Nation.
• Complimentary two-hours of Spa pampering to include a massage, a Jacuzzi
bath, hydrating wrap or an exfoliating body treatment.
• Room rates are from THB 14,404 (approx. USD$453.00) for a two night stay in
a Deluxe Room including breakfast. The package is available from 16th July until 31stDecember 2012. Additional nights are available at 10% discount on standard rate. .
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