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Millennium & Copthorne Hotels brings you Amazing Asia Deals

Millennium & Copthorne International Limited thinking of basking under the sun by the glittering beaches of Phuket, or be inspired by the modern charm and beauty of Singapore and Kuala Lumpur? Back for the second year running, Millennium & Copthorne brings you Amazing Asia Deals once more!

Stay at any Millennium & Copthorne hotels in Asia from 1 July 2013 to 31 August 2013 and enjoy amazing offers up to 40% off best available rate!

Secure your booking early as we sweeten your stay with complimentary internet access and 20% off dining benefit!

Amazing Asia Deals are available for booking from 1 June 2013 and can be made via our reservations hotline at +65 6735 7575 or visit us online at

About Millennium & Copthorne International

Millennium & Copthorne International Limited, a subsidiary of Millennium Hotels and Resorts, operates and manages a portfolio of over 20 properties across Asia. The dynamic hospitality group has an outstanding reputation for excellence, with a commitment to guests that extends across five distinct global brands - Grand Millennium, Millennium, Copthorne, Kingsgate and Studio M. Founded on the philosophy of genuine hospitality, Millennium Hotels and Resorts takes pride in exceeding the needs of business and leisure travellers. The strategic locality of its properties in gateway cities across the Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and North America makes Millennium Hotels and Resorts the perfect address to conduct your business or indulge yourself while on holiday.

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Thank you for your kind collaboration
Sukrita Chomdhavat                  Director of Marketing Communications
Siririat Varamali                         PR & Marketing Communications Manager
Grand Millennium Sukhumvit     Tel: 66 (0) 2204 4020     Fax: 66 (0) 2204 4188
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