Great excuse for a lazy siesta without feeling guilty is the way I see it. And, the skin cancer will be slower to onset!
Anyway, here's a random sampling of some of the amazingly cheap deals now available in Thailand:
Anantara Hotels (www.anantara.com): As part of the ‘Sawasdee! We’ve Missed You…’ campaign, six of Anantara’s luxury resorts in Thailand have reduced the prices of their best available room rates by up to forty percent, giving everyone the opportunity to be pampered in 5 star luxury for as little as BHT 3,060 (including breakfast). For more information of the call the reservations line on 02 476 1130 and ask about the ‘Welcome Back to Thailand’ offer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Anantara resort of your choice.
Sheraton Pattaya Resort (www.sheraton.com/pattaya): Rate starts from THB 5,700++ per room per night inclusive of nightly accommodation in selected room category, daily breakfast for one, complimentary daily high-speed internet access. Book now until December 23, 2010. For more information or reservations call 038-259888 or email:reservations.pattaya@sheraton.
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok (www.shangri-la.com): One of Bangkok’s leading riverside hotels, presents Dream Deals – an offer that allows guests to experience the legendary Shangri-La hospitality from the moment you leave the airport terminal. With rates starting from only Bt 5,850++ per night in a newly renovated Deluxe Room, the Dream Deals offer allows guests to enjoy daily buffet breakfast for two, arrival airport limousine transfers and complimentary high-speed broadband Internet access from now until 31 August 2010. For more information or reservations, call a travel professional or the reservations department at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok on (66 2) 206-8788, email: reservations.slbk@shangri-la.
Or head to www.agoda.com and see their Amazing Thailand Amazing Prices page, with hundreds of deals (average 30-50% off!) Bangkok, Phuket and Krabi hotels, plus specials in all other Thai cities too.
Wow, just looking down the list I can see a bunch of really great hotels I've stayed at, and many I'd love to stay at from -- no, that can't be right -- about $40 Aussie dollars a night. Jing jing!
So simple message is this: get yourself to Thailand NOW!