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Stuffed Toys from Conrad Hotels...which ones do you have?

Stuffed Toys from Conrad Hotels...which ones do you have?

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Stuffed Toys Reported from Individual Conrad Hotels


Cairo, Egypt - none (even upon request)


Bali, Indonesia - Monkey and turtle
Bangkok, Thailand - Elephant
Beijing, China - Panda Bear
Bengaluru, India - Elephant
Bora Bora -
Dalian, China - Bear
Guangzhou, China - Bear (upon request)
Hong Kong - Bear and duck
Koh Samui, Thailand - Turtle
Macao - Bear
Maldives - Various sea animals
Manila, Philippines - Bull
Osaka, Japan - Bear
Pune, India - Tiger
Sanya, China - Dolphin
Seoul, South Korea - Bear (must request) - additional bear(s) available for purchase.
Singapore - Bear - additional bear(s) available for purchase.
Tokyo, Japan - Bear - set of 2 bears available for purchase at lobby gift shop.
Xiamen, China - Bear
Wellington, New Zealand -Plastic Duck (Double Tree)


Algarve, Portugal -
Dublin, Ireland - "Lemmy" the (small) lamb. Upon request.
Istanbul, Turkey - Large Bear with Fez (upon request)
London, UK - English Bulldog, "Monty" (upon request, no charge for Diamond as of Aug 2018)


Dubai, UAE - Camel (45AED charge)
Makkah, Saudi Arabia -


Cartagena, Colombia - Crab
Chicago - Bear
Fort Lauderdale - Dolphin
Indianapolis -
New York - Bull (upon request)
Miami - Large Bear
San Luis Potosi, Mexico -
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Old Jan 9, 19, 11:37 am
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Originally Posted by Beano View Post
maybe a hint you should "tie the knot"
If you find somebody willing to accept an obsession with collecting stuffed toys from a hotel chain (and allow you to display them anywhere other than your "man cave"), you should definitely put a ring on it...
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Old Jan 16, 19, 11:45 am
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Originally Posted by CMK10 View Post

My new friend from Singapore. He was waiting for me on the bed

Sadly I wasn't allowed to also take his big brother home

My little friend looked like the big bro in the lobby.

The bears on the tree. I wonder what happened to these when the tree came down.
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Old Jan 16, 19, 5:10 pm
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The red Bears are cute!

Takashimaya Singapore also has such Bears as part of their Christmas tree decoration each year.
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Old Jan 30, 19, 7:58 am
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Originally Posted by bruno-s View Post
Has anyone recently stayed at Conrad Istanbul and knows if they still give out the stuffed toy?
The wiki says upon request, just want to confirm that is still the case otherwise will stay at another hotel.
Yes, they are still available upon request. Just ask at the EL.
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Old Jan 30, 19, 9:50 am
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I believe they are the Conrad Bangkok elephants Chinese New Year edition. I requested them during my stay (got upgraded to the Presidential Suite) last Monday night, as the only one on the bed was the green one which I alrdy have
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