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Savour the Summer With Incredible Offers at Swissotel Hotels & Resorts Locations Worldwide

-Swissotel offers seasonal savings of 20 per cent off at hotels around the globe-

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 05/21/14 -- Editors Note: There is a photo associated with this press release.

Swissotel Hotels & Resorts is offering guests the opportunity to explore the world in comfort and style at a great price. Up until September 30, 2014, the leading hotel company's Seasonal Saver offer provides 20 per cent off best available rates, plus additional exclusive benefits when booking online.

Offering stylish urban retreats, found in some of the most popular international destinations, from Sydney to Chicago, Swissotels are conveniently located near business centres, shopping districts and local attractions. This summer, Swissotel provides the perfect base to explore a new city, dine at an award-winning restaurant, or to simply rejuvenate and restore at its excellent spa facilities.

If Turkey is on the agenda, travellers can stay at Swissotel The Bosphorus, Istanbul, nestled within 65 acres of historical gardens on the banks of the Bosphorus, near renowned shopping, dining and nightlife. Guests on holiday or business can check-in to Swissotel Zurich for panoramic views of the city and the Swiss Alps, as well as contemporary and elegant accommodations. For visitors to Southeast Asia, Swissotel The Stamford is the gateway to exploring all that Singapore has to offer, with its enviable location in the midst of top shopping, dining and entertainment districts.

Visit www.swissotel.com/seasonal-saver to book directly and enjoy additional benefits including a complimentary room upgrade and late check-out.(i) Delivery charges for in-room dining are also waived for guests booking online.

For more information, a full list of participating hotels, terms and conditions and to make reservations, travellers can visit www.swissotel.com/seasonal-saver, call 1-800-637-9477 or contact their local travel professional.

Social @ Swissotel

From unforgettable photos with family and friends to up-to-the-minute trip happenings, Swissotel invites travellers to share their seasonal travel experiences through Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #SwissotelTravels. Also, become a fan to receive the latest brand updates, travel tips, special offers and other exclusive content.

(i)Upgrade to next room category and late check-out of 4 p.m. based on availability.

About Swissotel Hotels & Resorts

Swissotel Hotels & Resorts got its start in Switzerland, a country known for big mountains and equally high standards of living. Its contemporary Swiss style and locally inspired flair attracts business and leisure travellers who enjoy high-end hotels but prefer fresh innovation to stale pretension. Conveniently located where travellers want to be, Swissotel provides guests with the opportunity to stay in the heart of city centres worldwide where access to business and shopping districts are right around the corner. With two new resorts in Sochi, Russia, site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, Swissotels can be found in over 30 well-located properties around the world. As guests of the world, every Swissotel upholds Swiss sustainability standards. In fact, Swissotel has a mission: to treat guests, team members, and the environment with equal respect. Swissotel is part of FRHI Hotels & Resorts, a leading global hotel company with over 110 hotels under the Raffles, Fairmont, and Swissotel brands. But no matter how international Swissotel becomes, just like the country it was founded in, it remains a small hotel at heart. For more information or reservations, please visit swissotel.com.

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Contacts:
FRHI Hotels & Resorts
Mike Taylor
416/874-2457
[email protected]
www.swissotel.com

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