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By The Loop HK Staff | September 14th, 2020
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A Staycation Retreat: We might not be able to travel at the moment, but if you’re looking to sate your wanderlust, a blissful city staycation may be just the thing. Luckily, Le Méridien Cyberport is coming in hot with its South Escape Staycation package!

Consider this exclusive offer your chance to take a load off and escape the chaos that has been 2020. You’ll check into the hotel for a night (or perhaps longer!) to bask in its tranquil surroundings, exquisite spaciousness, and unique harbour views.

Arrive in style with a complimentary Tesla pickup on Hong Kong Island, kick off your relaxing stay with a Le Scoop gelato on arrival, and toast your getaway with a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine! While you’re here, you’ll also get one night’s accommodation in a chic guest room, and buffet breakfast for two at Prompt! You’ll even receive $200 credit to use on food and drinks during your stay – may we suggest a fresh Japanese dinner at Umami Restaurant?

When: Through December 1, 2020.

Where: Le Méridien Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Telegraph Bay.

How much?: $1,350-$3,450/night.

How to Book: Book online through the hotel website.

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Fancy a cheeky staycation this autumn? Le Méridien Cyberport is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a South Escape Staycation package for two guests! Enter now for your chance to win! The prize will be valid through December 30, so you’ll have plenty of time to book you stay (and no blackout dates will apply!). Ready to win? Just fill out the form below to shoot your shot!

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Enter by 12pm, Friday, September 18. The winner will be announced on Monday, September 21.

By entering, you agree to share your details with Le Méridien Cyberport.

Written by The Loop HK for Le Méridien Cyberport.

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