Sep. 2010

HotelTravel.com Celebrates 'Mid-Autumn Festival Dream' in Beijing

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PHUKET, 20 September, 2010 - HotelTravel.com is preparing its Mid-Autumn Festival dream hotel promotions, celebrating the Chinese tradition with incredible deals on Beijing hotels.

The Mid-Autumn festival is traditionally a time of family reunions, eating moon cakes and lighting red lanterns. And Beijing offers a colourful combination of culture, history and tradition this time of year before the first frost of winter sets in.

According to Chief Marketing Officer, Tom Racette, one of the best places to take in the full moon in Beijing is on the Macro Polo Bridge.

"Beijing is transformed during the festival into a sea of red lanterns. There are many other magical places to celebrate the occasion including the CCTV Tower, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace to mention just a couple popular venues.

"We are delighted to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival with special promotional rates on Beijing hotels available only on HotelTravel.com," he added.

Forbidden City hotels
are always a favourite with visitors during the Mid-Autumn Festival. A few of the selected hotels on offer include Jianguo Garden Hotel (from US$ 99 per night),   Xinhai Jinjiang Hotel (from US$ 92 per night), Beijing International Hotel (from US$ 75 per night), Sunworld Hotel (from US$ 64 per night) and the Days Inn Forbidden City Beijing Hotel (from US$ 56 per night).


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