lebua claims hotel award

LEBUA Hotels and Resorts has lived up to its grand reputation by taking out the category of 'Thailand's Leading Lifestyle Hotel' at the World Travel Awards.

lebua Hotels and Resorts CEO Deepak Ohri said the award was the perfect prize for the operator's enthusiasm and commitment to provide a memorable stay in Thailand.

"We are excited and thrilled to receive such a prestigious award," Mr Ohri said.

"We have worked extremely hard over the years to excel in service and guest experience, and this award is acknowledgment that we are on the right track."

lebua at State Tower is an all-suite five star luxury hotel, featuring the Tower Club at lebua - located high above the sprawling Bangkok.

Guests staying at the State Tower enjoy access to luxurious amenities, fine dining and the Tower Club Lounge on the 52nd floor.

lebua Hotels and Resorts has won numerous awards and accolades since its inception in 2006 including:

  • Expedia Insiders' Select Hotel  2011
  • Certificate of Excellence 2011, Trip Advisor
  • Sirocco, Breeze and Mezzaluna have all been awarded Thailand's Best Restaurants 2011 by Tatler Magazine

To celebrate their award-winning hotel, lebua Hotels and Resorts is offering a special package including a 15 per cent discount available until 31 October (for a stay before 22 December 2011).

Packages start from $133*per night (based on exchange rate on 11 October, 2011) in a Superior Suite with balcony at lebua at State Tower and includes Daily Buffet Breakfast and complimentary in-suite WiFi. Two night stays offer additional vouchers including a complimentary Sky Bar voucher and possible suite upgrades.

Visit www.lebua.com for reservation details.

* Rates are single/double occupancy, subject to 10% service charge, government tax per room night. No cancellations and changes are allowed.


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