Of­fers and dis­counts from ho­tels in the re­gion.

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Less than two years af­ter open­ing, the for­mer Re­gent re­sort in Sa­nur, Bali, has been re­branded as a Fair­mont, and its new man­agers are mark­ing the oc­ca­sion with two in­tro­duc­tory of­fers. Un­til the end of March, book a night in one of the prop­erty’s 26 pool vil­las at the best avail­able rate (start­ing from US$750 for a one-bed­room unit) and re­ceive a sec­ond night’s stay for free; book a suite, and a 25 per­cent dis­count ap­plies. Both deals in­clude break­fast for two, but­ler ser­vice, and a 2 p.m. check­out ( fair­mont.com).


There’s no bet­ter way to shake off the win­ter blues than with a spring get­away, and COMO is of­fer­ing spe­cial in­cen­tives to do so at their two Mal­di­vian re­sorts: Maal­i­fushi and Co­coa Is­land. Seven-night stays at ei­ther of th­ese pri­vate-is­land oases come for the price of six through the end of April, and with some fore­sight, you can com­bine this with their Early Bird of­fer—five and 10 per­cent off all bookings made 30 and 60 days in ad­vance, re­spec­tively—for even bet­ter rates ( co­mo­ho­tels.com).

Thai­land THE SIAM

Chic and pri­vate on the banks of the Chao Phraya, The Siam is one of Bangkok’s best places for an ur­ban es­cape, es­pe­cially now. Run­ning un­til De­cem­ber, its lat­est deal of­fers two nights for the price of one for stays in a pool villa, in­clu­sive of daily break­fast, boat shut­tles to Sathorn pier, and but­ler ser­vice ( the­si­amho­tel.com).


An ex­ten­sive Chi­nese art col­lec­tion and one of the world’s largest in­door ver­ti­cal gar­dens are not the Ho­tel Icon’s only draws. Through the end of June, the Hong Kong ho­tel is dis­count­ing its best avail­able rates by 35 per­cent, though you may be en­ticed to up­grade to a Club room, whose nightly rates now start at US$300—a dis­count of 40 per­cent—and in­clude break­fast and ac­cess to the ho­tel’s Above & Be­yond lounge, perched 28 sto­ries above the street of Tsim Sha Tsui ( ho­tel-icon.com).

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