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Langham Hospitality Group Rewards Meeting Planners

Langham Hospitality Group Rewards Meeting Planners With "Double The Extra Mile" For Fourth Consecutive Year

Langham Hospitality Group presents the exclusive offer "Double the Extra Mile" to reward planners and organisers for the fourth consecutive year when they host qualified events at its participating properties. The offer is applicable for events booked between 1 April and 30 June 2014 and to be held within 1 July and 31 December 2014.

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Available at all Langham Hospitality Group participating properties*, this global offer allows meeting and event planners to enjoy double takethelead points or earn up to 130,000 miles from any of the 11 selected frequent flyer / travel reward programme partners. Meeting and event planners can earn four reward points or two miles for every USD1 spent on qualified meetings and events. These rewards are exclusive for qualified events with revenue of USD6,500 onwards. More details on the offer may be found on

"At Langham Hospitality Group, not only do we offer extensive and innovative meeting solutions, we make sure all our guests' meetings and events are successful," said Simon Manning, vice president of sales and marketing for Langham Hospitality Group. "With 'Double the Extra Mile,' we want to extend our hospitality further by rewarding the meeting planners so they can continue to earn rewards and enjoy the privileges when they hold their meetings and events with us."

takethelead is a dedicated online event platform that provides members with a one-stop, personalized service created to take care of every single detail of their event -- including planning, logistics, dining and entertainment.

For booking and more information on takethelead rewards, please visit

*Eaton Smart New Delhi Airport Transit Hotel is not a participating property in this promotion.

About Langham Hospitality Group

As the wholly-owned subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, Langham Hospitality Group encompasses a family of distinctive hospitality brands which include hotels, residential serviced apartments, restaurants and spas, located on four continents. The Group currently owns and/or manages 22 hotels under The Langham, Langham Place, Eaton and 88 Xintiandi brands with more than 30 hotel projects currently either confirmed or in a developed stage of negotiation from China through Asia and India to the Middle East. For reservations, please contact a travel professional or access the website at

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