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Kuching Park Hotel offers promotion for Gawai

by Alan Dexter alandexter@theborneopost.com. Posted on June 1, 2012, Friday

GOOD DEALS: Photo shows a standard room (double bed). Park Hotel hotel is having a Gawai and school holidays room promotion for RM88 per room a night.

KUCHING: Kuching Park Hotel Sdn Bhd (Kuching Park Hotel), a three Star business hotel is having a Gawai and school holidays room promotion.

According to Lyana Lee, the sales and marketing manager of Kuching Park Hotel, the promotion began on May 28 and would run until June 15.

“As such, we are offering our guests a stay at our hotel for only RM88 a room per night.

“In addition, our rooms have also been renovated recently.

“However, this promotion does not include breakfast,” Lee added.

Regarding the terms and conditions, Lee elaborated that guests must book a minimum of three days two nights stay.

“Guests are also required to have a non-refundable pre-payment and prior booking.

“In addition, this promotion is only applicable for Sarawakian residents,” she added.

The room rates were extended to the hotel’s standard rooms only, with one double bed or twin beds.

Lee said that, “The rooms are subject to availability.

“For the basement parking, it is free for the guests, but it is also subject to availability.” On another note, Kuching Park Hotel will be having a promotion for the Father’s Day celebration after the Gawai festival.

“In conjunction with the Father’s Day celebration on June 17, we will be organising a buffet lunch for RM28 per adult.

“Children aged six to 12 years old will be charged RM15. The buffet lunch includes free flow of cordial drinks. The buffet will start from 11am until 2pm,” concluded Lee.

For more information regarding the promotions and bookings, contact 082-239888 or visit the website at www.kuchingparkhotel.com.my.

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