NET-A-PORTER.COM, MR PORTER.COM Offer Exclusive Service with The Upper House Hong Kong

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NET-A-PORTER.COM, the world's premier online luxury fashion retailer, and MR PORTER.COM, the global retail destination for men's style, have joined forces with The Upper House to provide the ultimate service and shopping experience to hotel guests.

Starting this September and for a limited time only, guests staying for two nights or more at The Upper House can enjoy: a special welcome gift; complimentary room upgrade and complimentary daily breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe; a HK$1,000 gift card per stay, or choice from a range of complimentary services such as a selection of wines and light refreshments at either Sky Lounge or the Lawn; immediate online access to over 500 of the world's leading womenswear and menswear brands available on NET-A-PORTER and MR PORTER, plus complimentary express delivery to The Upper House or to a preferred destination; and one month's access to a dedicated style concierge service at either NET-A-PORTER or MR PORTER for expert guidance on all trends, product ranges and assistance selecting items.

“We are always looking for new ways to continually raise the bar in terms of our service and delivery proposition across the NET-A-PORTER GROUP. By partnering with The Upper House, we are able to provide extended access for customers and hotel guests to over 500 brands and to have them delivered straight to your hotel suite - or anywhere in the world - at the click of a mouse,” said Paul Teague, president (Asia Pacific) of The NET-A-PORTER Group Limited.

For more information, visit upperhouse.com.

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