If you happen to be traveling to Beijing extensively through the end of the year, I want to bring your attention to the latest promotion from the Westin Beijing Financial Street. The hotel is claiming you can “Take a piece of Heaven home” by offering a complimentary Westin Heavenly Bed to guests that accumulate or purchase 10 room nights before December 31, 2009. That’s right, one of those Heavenly Beds that you just sink oh so comfortably into . . . for free!
To qualify for this offer you’ve got to pay the exclusive package rate for each of the 10 nights. These rates start at 1800 RMB per night, or just over $250 a night plus tax. It’s imperative that all the nights you accumulate toward this promotion are under this rate plan. Here’s the full T&C. Doing the math quickly, it looks like you’ll spend about $3,000 USD to nab one of these beds.
This promotion falls in line with the 10th anniversary of the Westin Heavenly bed, which was rolled out in 1999 as the most comfortable bed in the history of hotels. Today, the Heavenly Bed gives you 10 layers of reinvigorating comfort including a custom-designed 13″ pillow top mattress with box spring , five pillows, two feather and down pillows, two hypo-allergenic pillows and one boudoir pillow and cover, duvet cover with overstuffed polyester insert, down blanket, bed skirt, top sheet, middle sheet, bottom sheet, and pillow cases. No . . . I didn’t know that by heart.
To spread the word about this promo to its guests, the Westin Beijing Financial Street’s lobby will have Heavenly Beds set up for guests to come and test-drive them before they buy.
“We wanted to give our guests a spectacular offer so they too can experience heaven at home. The offer also celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Heavenly Bed and with such an exciting offer how can they refuse? Never before has a Westin hotel offered such an extraordinary and unique promotion.” said Mr. Charlie Dang, Area Managing Director of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Northern China and General Manager of The Westin Beijing Financial Street.
Source: Asia Travel Tips