Bangkok (PRWEB) January 23, 2012

Sofitel So Bangkok is set to open its doors on 28 February 2012 with an exciting campaign that offers guests great value and the perfect way to discover just what makes Bangkok’s first truly urban design hotel so unique in its masterful collaboration between an award-winning Thai architect, five leading local designers, and world-renowned designer Monsieur Christian Lacroix.

“80 Dollars 80 Days” campaign entitles all guests individual travellers, leisure groups and corporate meeting delegates staying at the property during the first 80 days after its opening to a credit of USD80 net per room per night.

Big Bonus for Leisure Travellers Seeking a Getaway Vacation

For individual guests and leisure group members, the credit value can be spent at any time throughout their stay at the hotel’s selection of cutting-edge restaurants and get-together venues, as well as at So SPA. It also extends to room upgrades.

Value-Added Meetings and Incentives

For corporate bookings of a minimum of 10 guest rooms, delegates will receive USD80 credit per room per night that can be used for a meeting package, with the hotel offering a choice of half- and full-day options, including an Element Themed Package featuring a coffee break built around The Five Elements. Any balance remaining may be spent at the hotels restaurants and bars, and at So SPA, as well as for a room upgrade. Bookings must be made prior to or within the first 80 days of the hotels opening, although meetings may be hosted any time up until 30 September 2012.

Commanding a prime central location overlooking Lumpini Park, the 30-story hotel features 238 guestrooms with themed d

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