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Five star all the way

COLLEAGUES who flew into Sydney and Melbourne this week, from Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s properties in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hong Kong, The Excelsior Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Las Vegas, Manila, Singapore and Tokyo, hosted a lunch as elegant and stylish as their 5-star properties, at The Pier restaurant, Rose Bay.     Cynthia Boyett, director of business development at the new Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas said the hotel’s 392 guest rooms and suites, have a calm non-gaming environment, coupled with views that look over the energy and action of the famed Strip.   Recently the Mandarin welcomed a Macquarie Bank conference who took a block of 280 rooms.    “Because of our size, when groups stay here they feel as though they have bought the whole hotel,” she said. COLLEAGUES who flew into Sydney and Melbourne this week, from Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s properties in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hong Kong, The Excelsior Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Las Vegas, Manila, Singapore and Tokyo, hosted a lunch as elegant and stylish as their 5-star properties, at The Pier restaurant, Rose Bay.
Cynthia Boyett, director of business development at the new Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas said the hotel’s 392 guest rooms and suites, have a calm non-gaming environment, coupled with views that look over the energy and action of the famed Strip.
Recently the Mandarin welcomed a Macquarie Bank conference who took a block of 280 rooms.
“Because of our size, when groups stay here they feel as though they have bought the whole hotel,” she said.
 
 
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