by NYC Editor, 10/17/2008
PR: Third Night Summer 2007Contact: Chris Heywood, NYC & Company, 212-484-5458, firstname.lastname@example.org
SIGNATURE COLLECTION'S THIRD NIGHT PROMOTION
RETURNS TO NEW YORK CITY THIS SUMMER
10 Luxury Hotels Invite Visitors to Stay an Extra Night at No Charge
New York City (June 14, 2007) – The Signature Collection, comprising a group of 16 luxury hotels in New York City, presents the highly anticipated Third Night Promotion for summer 2007. Visitors using any American Express© Card will receive a complimentary reservation for a third night after paying the prevailing rate for the first two. Running from July 4 through September 3, the promotion is offered in partnership with American Express and is facilitated through NYC & Company, the City's official marketing and tourism organization.
The 10 Signature Collection hotels participating in the Third Night program are: The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel; Jumeirah Essex House; Loews Regency Hotel; The London NYC; Mandarin Oriental, New York; The New York Palace Hotel; Hôtel Plaza Athénée New York; The Sherry-Netherland; The St. Regis Hotel and New York Trump International Hotel & Tower.
"The Signature Collection's Third Night Promotion is an ideal way to attract the luxury traveler to New York City this summer while providing tremendous value," NYC & Company CEO George Fertitta said.
"Through our partnership with the Signature Collection, we are delighted to provide our Cardmembers with a third night free at some of the city's most impressive hotels, from which they can set out to explore all there is to do and see throughout the five boroughs this summer," said Dionne Rogers, Vice President, American Express Establishment Services.
For more information on the Third Night Promotion and how to book your stay, visit NYC & Company's website, nycvisit.com.
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NYC & Company is the official marketing, tourism and partnership organization for the City of New York, dedicated to maximizing travel and tourism opportunities throughout the five boroughs, building economic prosperity and spreading the positive image of New York City worldwide.