Dorsett and Silka Hotels reopen under CMCO’s standard operating procedures

Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur has reopened today and Dorsett Grand Subang is set to unveil its new norm of operation on May 15.

Dorsett Grand Subang will be offering the #BookWith Confidence campaign offering free cancellation with one day advance notice for bookings made for both Dorsett and Deluxe rooms from now until September 30 with stay period running from June 1 to 30 September.

For bookings made during this period, guests will also enjoy three perks of their choice from the Dorsett 3 Wishes campaign.

The Dorsett 3 Wishes campaign is a brand initiative available at all participating Dorsett Hotels.  Each hotel will have a range of exclusive perks and at Dorsett Grand Subang, the perks are Complimentary Breakfast for 2 persons at Terazza Brasserie  (Daily), Complimentary room upgrade to Deluxe room per stay; Complimentary Pressing Service of 2 pcs of garments per stay; Complimentary One Round of Dorsett Mocktail from 5 pm – 8 pm for 2 persons at Piano Lounge per stay; Complimentary One canister of  Dorsett Signature Cookies per stay and Complimentary One Time Minibar Service per stay, subject to a minimum of 2 nights’ stay.

To jump start the meeting business once the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is lifted on June 9, Dorsett Grand Subang has also launched the Book Now Meet Tomorrow packages with rates starting from RM130 nett per person for ½ day meeting inclusive of welcome coffee and 1 tea break and 1 lunch.

Meals are offered as individually packed meals and in keeping to the social distancing guidelines, meeting rooms are set up to adhere to the health guideline set forth by the local MoH.  Full day meetings are priced from RM150 nett per person inclusive of welcome coffee, 2 tea breaks and one lunch.  Residential Meeting package with full board meal is available at RM250 nett per person.

Over at Cosmo Hotel Kuala Lumpur, a Dorsett Hospitality International’s affiliated hotel, guests can also opt to #BookToday #Stay2Morrow.  Room rates start from RM150 nett per room night and comes inclusive of complimentary Wellness drink for 2, breakfast for 2, free upgrade to the next room category and late check out up to 2 pm.  Cosmo Hotel Kuala Lumpur has reopened its door since May 4.

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