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We are family (The Okura Prestige Bangkok)

The Okura Prestige Bangkok introduces a new accommodation package for families which include free entrance to one of the city’s top tourist attractions for family.

Guests booking the hotel’s new ‘We are Family’ package for two or more consecutive nights receive a complimentary family entrance ticket to the popular Siam Ocean World,

located at the nearby Siam Paragon shopping mall.

Package includes;

- Accommodation in a Premier Club or Deluxe Suite

- International buffet breakfast at the popular all day dining venue Up & Above

- Free entrance to Siam Ocean World for 2 adults and 1 child under 12 years old

include an up close and personal tour of the aquarium; a ride on a glass bottom boat, amazing visual effects in the 5D cinema plus refreshments (popcorn and

soft drinks). Families also enjoy a very special look ‘behind the scenes’ with guides.

- Two complimentary BTS day passes for adults.

- Unlimited access to the hotel’s Club Lounge with exclusive benefits such as complimentary laundry/pressing (3items), daily replenishment of soft drinks/

beers in the in-room refreshment cabinet; iPad for use in the lounge only, use of the Club Lounge meeting room (up to two hours per stay - subject to availability),

cocktails and snacks from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm, high-speed internet access and much more

The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s We are Family package prices start at Baht 10,200 per night and are valid from now until 10 December 2014. Reservations may be made by

visiting or by contacting the hotel’s reservations centre on 02 687 9000.

The Okura Prestige Bangkok, comprising 240 luxury rooms and suites, is a member of Leading Hotels of The World and enjoys a prime city centre location within the iconic,

award-winning Park Ventures Ecoplex at the intersection of Phloen Chit and Wireless  roads.

Remark: Terms & conditions apply. Rate is subject to service charge and applicable government tax.


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