Meetings And Motorbikes Package in Saigon
HO CHI MINH CITY – The Caravelle is entering the running for most memorable MICE package in Vietnam with a residential meeting offer showcasing a cross-section of Saigon’s colourful history and its legendary motorcycle traffic.
Planners looking for a dynamic destination to hold their business events can book the Caravelle’s new ‘Saigon Buzz’ package featuring full-day meeting room rental, deluxe accommodation with a choice of river or city views, international breakfasts in buffet restaurant Nineteen, a tailored lunch menu and two coffee breaks per day with freshly baked pastries, fruits and squeezed juices.
As the highlight of their Vietnam visit, groups can opt to take a two-hour Vespa City Tour around the main district and French-influenced quarters of Ho ChiMinh City.
Beginning in the afternoon, each passenger on the tour will have the chance to witness local life up close on the back of a vintage Italian scooter that will cruise along the Saigon River and past the city’s historic landmarks. English-speaking guides will accompany the group, which will make one stop at a chosen attraction and another for drinks at sundown.
The ‘Saigon Buzz’ package also covers free WiFi Internet throughout the hotel, in-room welcome drinks and fruits. The Caravelle is dropping additional perks for planners, with one complimentary room and one upgrade to a suite per 20 rooms booked. Planners will also receive a 10% commission on the booking from the hotel, after deduction of appropriate taxes and charges.
A minimum of two nights and 30 persons per group is required to book the deal, which runs until Sept. 30, 2013, and is priced at USD 159++ per single room per night, not including the Vespa tour.
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ABOUT THE CARAVELLE
Opened in 1959, the Caravelle won enduring fame during the American War (known as the Vietnam War in the West) as the city’s most upscale hotel and a perch from which to watch the war erupt on the city’s fringe. In 1998, the original 10-story building on Lam Son Square was completely refurbished and complemented by a 24-story tower. Today, the 335-room hotel reigns as Saigon’s most distinctive accommodation opportunity.
Its restaurants include Reflections, Nineteen and the Saigon Saigon Bar, an indoor-outdoor venue that commands the top floor of the historic old wing of the hotel. The hotel’s story is told in Caravelle – Saigon: A History, published in 2009 in celebration of the 50th anniversary.
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