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Banyan Tree Has A Great Definition of Good Karma

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  Site Where: 21/100 South Sathon Road, Bangkok, Thailand, 10120
March 2, 2010 at 9:39 AM | by | ()

The view from the Banyan Tree Bangkok. Wouldn’t be a trial to work out our karma there.

Karma. We like ours good, and sometimes we wonder how ours is doing when we fritter away money on nice hotel stays.

But what do we know? Very little, by the looks of it. Because it turns out that booking a posh hotel can give you good karma.

Stay two nights at a Banyan Tree or Angsana hotel, and they’ll hand you back a resort credit that’s the same price as a night’s stay. For real. Up to $1,860 worth of credit, that you can use for food, souvenirs important purchases and, most crucially, spa treatments. It’s called Karma. We repeat, for real.

To get your good karma, all you have to do is book online here or here by 15 March, and stay between April 1- June 30. Then sit back and prepare to feel saintly.

[Photo: Spyros2004]

Archived Comments:

Are you sure?

I read the description on the banyan tree website and it say you get the credit in LOCAL CURRENCY. so if i spend 500 dollar for a room at banyan tree ungasan i will get credits for 500 rupiah and thats almost nothing.

local currency, but it IS the same value

Yes! Just double checked with Banyan Tree. It does get converted into local currency, BUT you get the same value of a night's stay of what you paid in dollars. So if your room costs $500, you'll get $500-worth of whatever the local currency is. eg: a $655 room in Bangkok gets you 22925 Baht to spend.

Hope that makes it clearer!