American Express, the credit card acquired and issued in Sri Lanka solely by Nations Trust Bank PLC partners with John Keells Hotels to offer cardmembers ultimate getaway choices for the upcoming holiday season.
American Express cardmembers will enjoy 30% savings when they stay at its partner JKH hotels from July 1 to August 31, 2012. Experience the simple pleasures of village life at Chaaya Village Habarana or indulge oneself to the luxuries on offer at Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, a truly ecofriendly five-star resort, both situated conveniently in the heart of Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle.
Escape to Chaaya Blu Trincomalee to enjoy the white sandy beaches of the East or explore the mysteries and intrigues of the sea as you engage in snorkeling, Snuba and other adventures on offer. Find the elusive leopard, check out the numerous other wildlife experiences at Chaaya Wild Yala, an international game lodge situated bordering the Yala National Park. Get your adrenaline pumping as you engage in a range of water sport activities that Bentota Beach Hotel has in store or be transformed to the bohemian lifestyle, off shore nightlife, lively people and colourful surroundings at Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa.
Commenting on this Jayantissa Kehelpannala, CEO, Sector Head-Sri Lankan Resorts said, “We are launching this special promotion with Amex coinciding with school holidays so that families can plan their vacation in advance. The special offer will be extended to all Cinnamon and Chaaya Resorts providing our customers with a choice of locations and experiences.”
Priyantha Talwatte, Deputy General Manger, American Express Cards said, “We are delighted to provide our cardmembers an opportunity to avail special savings during the holiday season and to have a memorable experience.”
For more information or for detailed terms and conditions visit: www.americanexpress.lk.
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