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Amex introduces offers to leisure destinations

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As an American Express cardmember you can unwind with your loved one with complimentary stays and exclusive savings at its partner hotels till June 30, 2012. Considered some of the best leisure destinations in the country, these hotels offer the best of luxury and relaxation surrounded by breathtaking nature, architecture and design.

Enjoy the second night free (BB basis) at The Tamarind Hill - Galle, The River House - Balapitiya, The Elephant Corridor - Sigiriya, Deco on 44 - Galle Fort, Ranna 212 - Tangalle, Taprospa ‘Footprints’ - Beruwela, Taprospa ‘Tissa’ - Tissamaharama and St Lachlan - Negombo.

Enjoy 25% savings on booked basis at Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa - Passekudah, Amaya Lake - Dambulla, Amaya Hills - Kandy, Langdale by Amaya - Nuwara Eliya, Coral Rock by Amaya - Hikkaduwa, Amaya Hunas Falls - Kandy and Wild Trails by Amaya - Yala.commenting on this offer, American Express Cards Senior Manager Marketing Sharmila Arasaratnam said, “We are privileged to join the country’s premium partner organisations in offering this value added benefit to our cardmembers. Be it time away from the city with friends or family or a private retreat with that special someone, these destinations are bound to be a well-deserved break.”

To find out more details about this exciting offer or for more information on membership privileges log on to The American Express card is issued and acquired in Sri Lanka solely by Nations Trust Bank PLC.

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