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Accor Hotels Accor Hotels Announces Opening of Novotel Saigon Centre. Accor Hotels in Vietnam opened Novotel Saigon Centre on May 16, the first Novotel in the city, bringing with it the core brand values of family and business. Located near downtown Ho Chi Minh City, Novotel Saigon Centre is ideally situated for exploring the city on foot. It is adjacent to the prime business district, major consulates, shopping centers and an entertainment paradise. Many sightseeing opportunities can be found in the vicinity, including Notre Dame Cathedral, the Opera House, Union Palace, Uncle Ho Statue, the Ben Thanh Market and the Saigon River. Apart from its location, Novotel Saigon Centre also boasts the international standards of service featured in all Accor hotels. This 247-room hotel features 158 double rooms, 80 twin rooms and nine suites in both superior and executive style in addition to two handicap-accessible rooms. Well-equipped in-room facilities and amenities include an LED TV with cable, wireless Internet, tea and coffee facilities, mini bar, safe box and a connectivity panel. Novotel Saigon Centre celebrates its launch by offering a special rate from $99 per night plus free Wi-Fi, free fitness and swimming pool, and late checkout subject to availability. May 7, 2012

Centara Grand West Sands Resort & Villas Phuket Amazing value on luxurious accommodations offered by Centara Grand West Sands Resort and Villas Phuket. Centara Grand West Sands Resort & Villas Phuket is offering a Web Saver package that offers value deals on room rates with breakfast included for those booking Pool Suites and Villas from now until October 31, 2012. Discounts of up to 74 percent against published rates are available, making this a particularly attractive option for families and groups. The Web Saver rates range from Baht 7,750 per night for a Penthouse Three-Bedroom Pool Suite, compared to the published rate of Baht 29,700, to Baht 10,350 per night for a Luxury Three-Bedroom Pool Villa, whose usual rate is Baht 39,700. All rates are subject to a 10 percent service charge and 7 percent prevailing government tax. For details and reservations visithttp://www.centarahotelsresorts.com/package/GrandWestSandwebsaver.aspE. The discounted rates are not applicable to group reservations and reservations for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions. Centara Grand West Sands Resort & Villas Phuket is located on the west coast of Phuket and set in 47 acres of land with 500 meters of pristine beach frontage on Mai Khao Beach, the longest and quietest stretch of beach on this side of the island. The design focus of the resort is an extensive water park with 12 waterslides, including the huge and exhilarating Boomerango, the Super Bowl slide, and a lazy river. Although this part of Phuket is renowned for its extensive areas of natural and undisturbed beauty, the resort is only 15 minutes away from Phuket International Airport. May 8, 2012

Condominium Connection HawaiiOs Condominium Collection offers ocean views at Aston Waikiki. Condominium Connection, a Hawaii wholesaler for more than four decades, is offering new OSelect Ocean ViewO and OSelect Ocean FrontO room categories at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. Starting at $189 per night, plus tax, these accommodations feature higher floor views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki Beach. The Select Ocean View rooms are located on the propertyOs 20th floor and above while the Select Ocean Front rooms begin on the 10th floor. The newly remodeled hotel rooms are decorated in tropical colors. All select rooms include a special arrival amenity that includes beverages and sweets. All rooms throughout the hotel are non-smoking and feature air conditioning, refrigerator, cable TV, telephone, high-speed Internet access, safe and more. The hotel offers amenities including a pool, restaurant, fitness center, sundry store, shops and an activity desk. The propertyOs signature amenity is OBreakfast on the BeachO which is a full breakfast with American and Asian fare served daily in a portable, Oto goO fashion at the pool deck. The Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel is directly across the street from Waikiki Beach and is situated near the International Marketplace and a wide variety of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues, all within walking distance. Condominium Connection, established in 1978, offers more than 125 condominiums and hotels throughout Hawaii. The company specializes in customized travel packages and personalized service, providing advanced FlexPrice technology that automatically compares all available specials and promotions to determine the best values. May 7, 2012

Expedia Expedia Releases 2012 Flip Flop Report. Study examines beachgoer behavior and preferences across five continents. Expedia.com released the results of the 2012 Flip Flop Report, an analysis of behavior and preferences among beachgoers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Harris Interactive, on behalf of Expedia.com, conducted the online study among 8,599 adults in 21 countries. Among other findings, Expedia's Flip Flop Report revealed that the beach is by far the favorite destination for the majority of the world's travelers. The average beach holiday is just about one week in length, at 7.7 days. Combined with results from Expedia's Vacation Deprivation[umlaut] study(1), we can see in the US that Americans spend a full 40% of their allotted vacation days at the beach. In fact, when Americans were asked to choose between spending time at the beach and spending time with family, the beach won handily. Full details on the 2012 Flip Flop Report can be found here: www.expedia.com/flipflop. A summary of the Flip Flop Report's findings can also be found on pages 2 and 3 of this press release. Expedia[umlaut] has responded to the findings in the 2012 Flip Flop Report by crafting one of the largest Summer Sales in the company's history. The 2012 Summer Sale began on May 15 and runs through August 31. Participating customers can realize savings that grow in accordance with their planned vacation. Customers that stay 1 to 4 nights can save up to 35% off at more than 12,000 hotels and resorts worldwide. Expedia also recently conducted a survey(2) of American travelers; it found that a full 41% of Americans -- and nearly 1 in 2 men (49%) -- have driven across the United States at one point, while 25% of men and 33% of women have "not done so but always wanted to." As such, Expedia has structured its Summer Sale to help more Americans experience the open road. For every $150 spent on select Summer Sale hotels this summer, consumers will earn a $25 gas card. For every $250 spent on those hotels, the gas card doubles in value to $50. Should a traveler spend $450 at one of the participating Summer Sale hotels, Expedia will give that traveler a $100 gas card. Summer travelers aren't just stopping at saving on flights and hotels. There are more ways than ever to save on car rentals. In fact, some travelers found booking their hotel and car rental together yields a savings so great they offset the cost of the car, making it feel like a "free" car rental. Additional details on Expedia's 2012 Summer Sale, including a first-of-its-kind Expedia Beachgoer App, where travel bloggers have recommended their own favorite summer destinations, are featured on page 3 and 4 of this press release. They can also be found here: www.expedia.com/summersale. "Beach vacations are such an important part of how Americans travel. We've just completed our first annual Flip Flop Report which digs deep into what people like about beach travel. Not surprisingly, what they like when they're planning a trip is saving money, so we're launching the biggest Summer Sale in Expedia's history," said Joe Megibow, vice president and general manager, Expedia.com. "The report also shows that, once people are actually on vacation, they find a wide variety of ways to have their own kind of fun, whether that's sports in the sand, surfing in the waves or whatever kind of sunbathing they prefer." Flip Flop Report Findings Despite the carefree nature of a sun-drenched week at the beach, beachgoers worldwide remain cost-conscious. In the US, the most important factor for 78% of beachgoers is the total trip price. The beach itself matters too -- total vacation price and beach quality are the #1 and #2 criteria for travelers in 14 of the 21 countries surveyed -- but the cost of the visit is the top consideration. The study also found: The Popularity of the Beach is Unsurpassed More than half (52%) of respondents plan to holiday at the beach in the next 12 months, compared to 45% who said they took a beach vacation the year prior. And while the average stay for a beach vacation is 7.7 days, this is less true of Koreans, Japanese and Singaporeans, who seem more likely to prefer beach weekends to extended stays. Additionally: Argentineans are the most sun-soaked, spending an average of 11 days at a time, while Koreans spent a mere 3.2 days per trip. Americans are creatures of habit: one of the least important criteria for Americans when selecting a beach location is the desire to find a new location. For Indians, new locations were among the highest priority. For Most Beachgoers, the Most Popular Activity is No Activity At All Relaxing and sunbathing were among the top two activities for beachgoers across all five continents. The Irish, at 75%, were the most likely to relax, while Mexicans (79%) seem to be happiest with lying in the sun. Brazilians (40%) were likeliest to exercise on the beach; when doing so, they may well stumble over the Japanese, who were 14 times likelier to relax (28%) than exercise (2%). Additionally: Koreans, at 49%, were likeliest to "eat raw food" on the beach. Koreans are unlikely to draw envious stares from Norwegians, who at 1% showed the most aversion to the practice. New Zealanders (36%) and Australians (35%) were most likely to fish at the beach. Canadians were likeliest to strap on a snorkel (34%). 82% of Germans spend beach time swimming. Only 28% of the Japanese do the same. Germans are Likeliest to Sunbathe Nude Germans displayed the most permissive attitudes towards nude sunbathing. A full 15% of German respondents indicated that they sunbathed naked. Indians and Spaniards (8%) were the second-likeliest to shed their clothing, while the French (5% clothing-free) were more aligned with Americans (2%), the British (2%) and the Japanese (1%). Perhaps unsurprisingly, Germans seem to be the most popular beachgoers: when asked if they'd spent beach days with strangers, the Germans (23%) and Brazilians (19%) were likeliest to say they had. Additionally: Indians (22%), Canadians (20%), Mexicans (19%), Italians (18%) and the Irish (18%) were likeliest to have participated in "beach bar games." 31% of Singaporeans had spent beach time at the spa, versus 3% of the Japanese and 5% of the Dutch. Indian (39%), Mexican (34%), Brazilian (30%) and Argentinean (27%) beachgoers were most likely to dance on the beach. Beachgoers Have Never Gotten Over "Jaws" Expedia's Flip Flop Report revealed that beachgoers remain wary of sharks. Well under 100 shark bite incidents are reported worldwide each year,(3) making shark encounters extraordinarily rare. Yet the menace prevails: 50% of travelers consider the presence of sharks when deciding where to holiday, and a full 68% of beach vacationers admit to having been afraid to swim because of sharks. Additionally: Residents of Brazil (70%) and Singapore (67%) were the most attuned to sharks when planning their beach vacation. Only 3% of Italians always think of sharks before entering the water. New Tools for Planning the Perfect Summer Trip "The sheer scope of our Summer Sale is a great feature, but can also be a little problematic for some people. The question becomes, 'With more than 12,000 hotels on sale, where do our travelers even begin?'" said Joe Megibow. "We developed two useful ways to help them out. First, we automatically feature the most popular hotels based on where each traveler lives using crowd-sourced data and then, we've created a fun app to match the wealth of travel blogger insight to the individual needs of our travelers." When travelers visit the Summer Sale site, Expedia will present them with the very best hotel deals within their geographic vicinity, ideal for last-minute local getaways, or as deals to share with incoming friends and relatives. The Expedia Beachgoer App and Blogger Recommendation Tool This summer, Expedia has partnered with some of the world's most influential travel bloggers, as a way to help travelers book the perfect summer trip. To participate, consumers can use the Expedia Beachgoer Facebook app which prompts consumers to take a fun quiz to determine their Beach Travel profile. The profiles, like Zen Beach Mama and Rockin' Surfer Dude correspond to fifteen influential travel bloggers who have provided recommended destinations to match each profile. For example, a traveler whose profile is "Foodie" would be presented with blogger recommendations to visit cities such as Tokyo, or Bangkok, or New York City. "Adventure" travelers would see blogger recommendations to visit Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to hunt with eagles, or Reykjavic, Iceland, to experience dog sledding. Survey Methodology This survey was conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of Expedia.com from February 14 - March 21, 2012 among 8,599 adults, 18 and older, in the following countries: the United States (501), Canada (1,249), Mexico (400), Argentina (312), Brazil (308), United Kingdom (402), Germany (423), France (414), Italy (437), Spain (418), Norway (300), Sweden (300), Denmark (300), Ireland (300), Netherlands (300), Japan (429), India (438), South Korea (346), Singapore (321), Australia (400), and New Zealand (301). This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated. For complete survey methodology, including weighting variables, please contact: expediapr@hlgrp.com. May 7, 2012

Hilton Hotels & Resorts Hilton weddings Japan concept introduced. Hilton Hotels & Resorts today unveiled a new wedding concept, Hilton Weddings Japan, set to raise the benchmark for wedding services offered in the country. Partnering with renowned celebrity model, Natsuki Kato, and charismatic stretching, walking and posture trainer, Tadashi Kaneko, this service is the first of its kind and will be available at all Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties across Japan beginning this month. Through Hilton Weddings Japan, Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties in Japan will offer couples-to-be a host of innovative services designed to create exceptional guest experiences that maximize the wedding couples' joy including: "Hilton Perfect Movie" - a stylized wedding video template tie-up with Japanese actress and model, Natsuki Kato, that enables couples to capture their once-in-a-lifetime special occasion and share it with friends and loved ones who may not have been able to physically attend the ceremony; "Hilton Wedding Walk" - in collaboration with renowned stretching and posture trainer, Kaneko Tadashi, brides-to-be will be provided tips on walking in a wedding dress and high heels so they can look their best on their wedding day; "Esperanza" - an innovative approach designed to eliminate the awkwardness of guests having to sit with strangers at the wedding party, this service enables couples to select from table layouts and settings designed for two to 10 people; A Facebook application designed to create an exclusive Facebook page for couples-to-be to house well-wishes from friends and family, and share photos, videos and comments. "For more than 50 years Hilton Hotels & Resorts has celebrated weddings with our guests in Japan," said Dave Horton, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts. "It is a great honor for us to shape memorable wedding experiences for each couple and their families. Hilton Weddings Japan represents our continued commitment to delivering best-of-class service and facilities designed to help every couple achieve their dream wedding." Hilton Weddings Japan will be offered at all eight Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties across Japan including Hilton Tokyo, Hilton Tokyo Bay, Hilton Narita Airport, Hilton Osaka, Hilton Nagoya, Hilton Niseko Village, Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk and Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa. May 7, 2012

Peninsula Hotels Peninsula Hotels is offering summer values for families, promotions celebrating ChicagoOs 175th birthday, and the launch of an exclusive new line of facials at The Peninsula New YorkOs Spa. The Peninsula Hong Kong will unveil the first phase of a sweeping room enhancement program in August with redesigned guestrooms in The Peninsula Tower. The rooms will feature a more contemporary design and feature pioneering new in-room technology that will set new standards of guest personalization. Guestrooms in the Original Building will be renovated in early 2013. With The Peninsula HotelsO new Family Moments program, families receive 50 percent off the cost of an additional room; 12 and under eat free with kid-friendly cultural activities such as trishaw tours in Beijing, Chinese brush-writing in Hong Kong and shopping with PeninsulaOs Toy Concierge to the Hakukinkan Toy Park in Tokyo; and OPen 10O Insider Guides of the top 10 things to do in each city for kids, created by local kids, such as exploring the Bangkok Butterfly Garden, a trip to TokyoOs Monkey Park at Mount Takao or grabbing treats at Cupcakes by Sonja in Taguig City in Manila. In addition, the summer offers have returned with the Summer Splendour promotion offering breakfast and a guaranteed room upgrade, and up to a 30 percent hotel credit. The Suite Life promotion offers a complimentary second night with the purchase of a first night suite stay. Each of The Peninsula Hotels has put its own spin on local street food favorites with OSnacks & The City,O available in room 24 hours a day. Among the local favorites on PeninsulaOs newly enhanced menus are: New York, 55th Street cart hot dog and relish, jumbo fresh baked pretzel and spicy mustard; Manila, Halo-Halo (native fruits, sweets, shave ice, milk and ice cream); Shanghai, Xiao Long Bao (steamed Shanghai-style dumplings); Beijing, traditional Chinese herb and ginseng jelly with honey; and Bangkok, Thung Thong (crispy rice paper filling with shiitake mushrooms, potato, sweet corn and carrots). Guests of The Peninsula New YorkOs Spa can enjoy an urban summer oasis with new enhancements including new Biologique facials, the Sun Terrace and all-day access to the pool and spa facilities with the purchase of a 60-minute treatment for $195. There has never been a better time to visit Chicago with the city celebrating its 175th birthday this year with special festivals and events throughout the summer and the Chicago Retreat offer at The Peninsula Chicago, with room rates starting at $450 plus a host of other value-added benefits. The Peninsula Tokyo guests can explore the cityOs new Tokyo Skytree, the worldOs tallest free-standing tower, which opens to the public at the end of May, and take advantage of new Tokyo direct routes from major airlines ANA and Japan Airlines, from Seattle, Boston and San Jose. May 8, 2012

Peninsula Shanghai, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai Shanghai Properties Named to Forbes Five-Star List . Two hotels and one hotel spa in Shanghai have earned the Forbes Travel Guide five-star honor. The Peninsula Shanghai and Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund are now on the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel list, while The Peninsula Spa by ESPA is the only property in Shanghai to achieve the five-star spa award. These properties join a group of 57 hotels, 25 restaurants, and 30 hotel spas in the Americas and Asia to achieve the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star status. Among the newly rated properties in Shanghai, 14 hotels and eight spas were awarded the Forbes Travel Guide four-star award. In addition to the Star-Award winning properties, five new editorially selected awards are also introduced to highlight the outstanding attributes of the top hotels in Shanghai. These winners include Top Boutique Hotel, The Langham, Xintiandi; Shanghai Top Business Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong; Top Historic Hotel, Fairmont Peace Hotel; Top New Hotel, Kerry Hotel, Pudong, Shanghai; and Top Technology Hotel, The Peninsula Shanghai. May 7, 2012

Sols Hotels & Resorts Sols Hotels Set to Open in Lake Tai, Suzhou in China. Sols Hotels & Resorts, a luxury hotel brand, has signed an agreement with Fantasia Holdings Group Co., Ltd., a leading property developer and property-related service provider in China, to develop and manage Sols Lake Tai, Suzhou. The 300-room hotel is scheduled to open in 2013. Located just an hour from Shanghai and close to the heart of Suzhou, Sols Lake Tai will feature five-star, luxury leisure and business accommodations and amenities within walking distance of Lake Tai and the cityOs many historic attractions, culture and traditional gardens and canals. The hotel will have 250 rooms and suites and 50 villas, some of which overlook Lake Tai; two fine dining restaurants; an elegant lobby lounge; full-service conference and meeting center; indoor swimming pool; spa; fitness center; and roof-top garden. Interior designer Jaya Ibrahim of Jaya International Design will integrate art and nature his designs that mirror the masterpieces of Chinese landscape architecture. Upon entering the hotel, guests will be immersed in a landscape where, through floor-to-ceiling windows, the line between indoors and outside is blurred, and the design elements of SuzhouOs gardens are drawn inside. A fine-dining traditional Chinese restaurant and second all-day dining restaurant will offer guests options to enjoy meals while overlooking the gardens and waterways surrounding the hotel. The Lobby Lounge will serve cocktails and small bites in a garden-inspired setting. The hotelOs 2,575 square meters of function space will open onto a landscaped terrace overlooking gardens and waterways. May 7, 2012

Steenburg Hotel, Lukimbi Lodge South AfricaOs Steenburg Hotel, Lukimbi Lodge Offer Golf Package. The Steenberg Hotel, located in the foothills of the Stone Mountains, 20 minutes from the center of Cape Town, South Africa, and Lukimbi Safari Lodge in the midst of the Kruger National Park, have golfers in mind for a summer interlude that includes almost everything at the rate of $2,210 per person sharing for five nights through Sept. 30. At the Steenberg, each person will spend two nights in a Standard Luxury Room with a hot South African breakfast daily, a three-course dinner in one of SteenbergOs restaurants, a wine tasting and cellar tour at SteenbergOs winery and a choice of a round of golf on the SteenbergOs championship golf course or a 50-minute massage in the Ginkgo Spa. Lukimbi provides three nights in a classic suite with all meals, teas and coffee, two game drives per day, a nature walk in the Bush, OsundownerO drinks and refreshments on the evening game drives, and a round of golf at the nearby exclusive Leopard Creek Country Club on a course designed by renowned golfer Gary Player. May 9, 2012

YTL Hotels New luxury island resort to open in Sabah Malaysia. YTL Hotels will open the highly anticipated Gaya Island Resort in Borneo on July 1, 2012. This world-class resort will add to the collection of YTL Hotels luxury resorts that aim to craft inspired experiences. Located just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), it is set on the shores of Pulau Gaya, the largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Gaya Island Resort is an ideal launching pad to discover Borneo, which offers idyllic golden sand beaches, diving sites of spectacular underwater havens, ancient tropical rainforests home to many rare species, including orangutans and proboscis monkeys. Gaya Island Resort will incorporate elements of Sabahan architecture and contemporary design complete with modern amenities and Wi-Fi capabilities. It is comprised of 121 spacious stand-alone hill villas with a spectacular view of the ocean and Mount Kinabalu, starting at roughly USD $200 per night (RM600). The resort is easily accessible from Kota Kinabalu International Airport and is a short 30-minute combined car and speedboat ride from the airport. The resort offers a unique PURE program, which immerses guests in the vibrancy, scents, textures, sounds, and tastes of the natural environment and cultural heritage of the region through four paths[ETH] Discovery, Vigour, Creativity, and Balance. The Discovery path will take the curious through land and marine explorations, such as scuba diving, island hopping, nature walks, and private yacht charters. Vigour is designed to initiate movement and will include activities such as kayaking, paddle surfing and jogging. The Creativity path nurtures creative expression through intriguing activities, such as handicraft classes, storytelling session of local tales and a Borneo culinary journey. Activities in Balance enable guests to focus on restoring peace to the psyche by traditional Borneo spa treatments or meditating to the soothing sounds of nature. For those who prefer a more indulgent holistic experience, YTL HotelsO award-winning Spa Village will offer treatments, therapies and healing practices specific to Borneo culture. It is uniquely designed within a mangrove setting offering six treatment rooms with outdoor decks, a walk-in theatre and a yoga retreat space. The luxury resort will also offer a selection of dining options, a pool bar & lounge and an infinity swimming pool with picturesque views of Mount Kinabalu. May 8, 2012

YTL Hotels YTL Hotels to Open Gaya Island Resort Off of Borneo in July. YTL Hotels, a premier hospitality group in Malaysia, will open the Gaya Island Resort in Borneo on July 1. Located just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), it is set on the shores of Pulau Gaya, the largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Gaya Island Resort is a launching pad to discover Borneo, which offers beaches, diving sites, rainforests home to many rare species, including orangutans and proboscis monkeys. Gaya Island Resort will incorporate elements of Sabahan architecture and contemporary design complete with modern amenities and Wi-Fi capabilities. It is comprised of 121 spacious stand-alone hill villas with a view of the ocean and Mount Kinabalu, starting at roughly $200 per night (RM600). The resort is easily accessible from Kota Kinabalu International Airport and is a 30-minute combined car and speedboat ride from the airport. The resort offers a unique PURE program, which immerses guests in the vibrancy, scents, textures, sounds and tastes of the natural environment and cultural heritage of the region through four paths -- Discovery, Vigour, Creativity, and Balance. The Discovery path will take the curious through land and marine explorations, such as scuba diving, island hopping, nature walks and private yacht charters. Vigour is designed to initiate movement and will include activities such as kayaking, paddle surfing and jogging. The Creativity path nurtures creative expression through intriguing activities, such as handicraft classes, storytelling session of local tales and a Borneo culinary journey. Activities in Balance enable guests to focus on restoring peace to the psyche by traditional Borneo spa treatments or meditating to the soothing sounds of nature May 7, 2012

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