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Far East Freebie Extravaganza Hong Kong £389.00 / Thailand £489 / Bali £699 / Malaysia £749

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Metropark Hotel Kowloon, Hong Kong 3 nights room only including return flights with Qatar Airways £389 Offer on sale until 15 September 2009. Special Offer: Receive special reduced rates. Th…
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Metropark Hotel Kowloon, Hong Kong 3 nights room only including return flights with Qatar Airways £389

Offer on sale until 15 September 2009.

Special Offer:
Receive special reduced rates.

The Metropark Hotel Kowloon is situated in the heart of Kowloon, close to Mong Kok, the Ladies Market and Tsim Sha Tsui Shopping Centre. The hotel offers a choice of restaurants including the gracefully decorated House of Tang, serving a variety of Cantonese cuisine and authentic Szechuan dishes and the Palm Court, decorated in a California style and serves mouth watering dishes from all over the world. Other facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, health club, shops, laundry facilities and car parking.

All guest rooms feature a private bathroom, hairdryer, air conditioning, colour television, telephone, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities and 24 hour room service. Rooms for non smokers and disabled guests are available on request.

Summary
3 nights at the 3* Metropark Hotel Kowloon.
Return flights with Qatar Airways from London Heathrow
All pre-payable airport taxes
Valid for departures 11 Sep 2009 to 07 Oct 2009

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Mercure Hotel, Pattaya 7 nights bed and breakfast including return flights with Kuwait Airways £499

Special Offer:
Stay 7 nights & only pay for 5.

Pattaya is Thailand's most established beach resort offering something for everyone. This lively resort has developed into Asia's playground, renowned for its sandy beaches and vibrant nightlife. The northern part is the quiet area of the resort while the southern part is hustling and bustling, where both sides of the street are lined with shops, restaurants and nightclubs.

Mercure Roxy is located in the heart of Pattaya, a few minutes walk from the beachand next to the citys best shopping boutiques and restaurants.

Hotel facilities includes, Bars, car rental desk, conference facilities, gymnasium, laundry services, meeting room, outdoor swimming pool, restaurants, sauna and spa.

Room facilites includes air conditioning, hairdryer, mini-bar, private bathroom, radio, safe, satellite television and telephone.

Summary
7 nights at the 3* Mercure Hotel Pattaya.
Return flights with Kuwait Airways from London Heathrow
All pre-payable airport taxes
Valid for departures 17 Aug 2009 to 23 Oct 2009

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#1
Tempting, very tempting.
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3 nights in HK is pointless unless you are goinf somewhere else afterwards
pataya - hmm - i like phuket but Pattaya - no thanks

I have corrected their summary

Pattaya is Thailand's most established dump offering something for everyone...nudge nude wink wink. This lively resort has developed into Asia's playground (xxx), renowned for its sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, dodgy women/men/hybids, women with their special magic tricks and drunks. The northern part is the quiet area of the resort while the southern part is hustling and bustling, where both sides of the street are lined with shops, restaurants and nightclubs and ladies of the night (use the crocodile dundee technique to check they are women though). You may even find famous people there like gary glitter...oh,maybe not.
#3
The Metropark Hotel Kowloon is a very reasonable hotel - stayed there for a couple of weeks in June this year.
Quite good location-wise -- near most markets and shopping streets although 10 minutes walk from nearest MTR station. Very polite and helpful staff, excellent food if you go to the in-hotel restaurants.

Have to agree with 3 nights in HK being pointless though, but good price for what you get. Shame it's not nearer Christmas though - would rather go out in December. Hot from me.
#4
Royals, that was awesome so I'm going to give you rep for that.

You missed out the 'r' in 'hybrids' though.
#6
royals
3 nights in HK is pointless unless you are goinf somewhere else afterwards
pataya - hmm - i like phuket but Pattaya - no thanks

I have corrected their summary

Pattaya is Thailand's most established dump offering something for everyone...nudge nude wink wink. This lively resort has developed into Asia's playground (xxx), renowned for its sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, dodgy women/men/hybids, women with their special magic tricks and drunks. The northern part is the quiet area of the resort while the southern part is hustling and bustling, where both sides of the street are lined with shops, restaurants and nightclubs and ladies of the night (use the crocodile dundee technique to check they are women though). You may even find famous people there like gary glitter...oh,maybe not.


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#7
Stayed at the Metropark a couple of times on stopovers to Oz, is fine as a base, easy walk to the night markets but a bit away from anything else. there is a hotel bus that runs down to the harbour and back.

Just as an aside this hotel was called the Metropole and it's claim to fame was the first recorded case of Sars outside mainland China.

We have always upgraded to the executive floor to get the free drinks and finger food in the early evening.
#8
moeman
Stayed at the Metropark a couple of times on stopovers to Oz, is fine as a base, easy walk to the night markets but a bit away from anything else. there is a hotel bus that runs down to the harbour and back.

Just as an aside this hotel was called the Metropole and it's claim to fame was the first recorded case of Sars outside mainland China.


ah-ha, I was thinking it had been renamed, I have stayed in the metropole after the SARS outbreak, it was a good hotel, the staff in the metropark hotels are always outstanding, I felt the ones in the metropole tried even harder to overcome their SARS reputation

I would defo stay there again
#9
christ_

Quite good location-wise -- near most markets and shopping streets although 10 minutes walk from nearest MTR station. .


Although the MTR is a little way away, I would say its certainly walkable well within 10mins, even if walking slowly in high temps

But remember taxis are cheap - good tip for the lazy amongst us :whistling:

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