Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo – Free Night at World’s Top Luxury Hotel

18 Apr 2012 – 30 Sep 2012

Free Night at World’s Top Luxury Hotel, TOKYO, JAPAN! It’s no surprise the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo ranked #1 – among the World’s Top 25 Luxury Hotels – in TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice 2012 awards. Everyone loves the ideal location, fab restaurants and cool city-view pool. Book a three-night stay and your fourth night is free; plus you’ll receive full Horizon Club privileges. Use your credit to indulge at Chi, The Spa.

  • Four nights’ accommodation in a 1,292 sq. ft. Executive Suite
  • Complimentary fourth night when staying three consecutive nights
  • Full Horizon Club privileges including access to the Horizon Club Lounge which serves breakfast, non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day,
  • and evening cocktails and canapés
  • One $100 hotel credit, food & beverage credit OR spa credit, per stay
  • Two-hours of complimentary use of Horizon Club meeting room
  • Complimentary pressing of a suit/dress (one set per person per stay) and express laundry services at no extra charge
  • In-room welcome and turndown amenities
  • Late checkout

 

 

Contact your Traveline travel advisor for best available rates


Offer is valid towards existing bookings. 5.5% tax, 10% service charge and Accommodation Tax of JPY200 net per person per night is not included in above rates. Fares, schedules, Virtuoso exclusives, events and amenities are subject to availability and blackout dates and may change without notice. Unless otherwise stated, prices are in U.S. dollars, per person and based on double occupancy. Restrictions may apply. See your Virtuoso travel advisor for more details and applicable restrictions. Virtuoso is not responsible for any errors in pricing. The trademarks VIRTUOSO, the Globe Swirl Logo, SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF TRAVEL and WE ORCHESTRATE DREAMS are registered trademarks of Virtuoso, Ltd. Virtuoso, Ltd. has a U.S. copyright registration for the Globe Swirl Logo, ©2000. All rights reserved. 351224 04/12

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6 thoughts on “Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo – Free Night at World’s Top Luxury Hotel”

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  2. Shangri-La Hotel is definitely the World’s top hotel. They offer high-standard services and stunning amenities. Some of their services are spas, bars, pools and many more. I wanna try and experience these luxury even just for once.

  3. Shangri-La Hotel is definitely the World’s top hotel. They offer high-standard services and stunning amenities. Some of their services are spas, bars, pools and many more.

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