Hotel group raises profile with whale watching

Swissôtel uses Thai whale-watching tours in marketing
Swissôtel Le Concorde Bangkok is boosting its profile by offering a Whale Watching Package for two in the months of December 2015 and January 2016 and a guided tour, inclusive of two nights’ stay in its New Premier room.
The tour takes place in the Gulf of Thailand aboard a cruise ship, where guests can learn more about the mammals from an English-speaking guide while watching Bryde’s whales in their natural habitat.
The hotel will also provide transportation to the pier for guests, which leaves at 06:00 and returns to the hotel before 21:00. Food and beverage are provided aboard the cruise.
Check-in dates for December will be on the 19, 25 and 26 while dates for January will be on the 8, 9 and 15. The tour takes place the day after the check-in date. Two weeks’ advanced booking with full payment is required.
TTG Asia


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