Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Crown Towers and Crown Promenade Hotel Launch Spring Racing Carnival Offers
Crown’s two award-winning hotels are extending Spring Racing Carnival accommodation rates between 30 October until 5 November 2009. Crown Towers’ is available for $800.00 per room, per night while Crown Promenade Hotel is available for $515.00 per room, per night. Both hotels have strictly limited availability and a minimum of a three night stay is required.
Rates prior to Friday 30 October and from Friday 6 November until Thursday 7 January 2010 are $350.00 per room, per night at Crown Towers including a bottle of premium sparkling wine on arrival, breakfast for two at the Conservatory and valet parking. A special package prior to Friday 30 October and from Friday 6 November until Thursday 7 January 2010 is $260.00 per room, per night at Crown Promenade Hotel including a bottle of premium sparkling wine on arrival, breakfast for two at Mesh restaurant and valet parking.
Crown Towers’ is arguably Australia’s most refined and inviting hotel experience, offering guests an unrivalled level of luxury, comfort and technology. Crown Promenade Hotel is renowned for offering excellent value, service and facilities in a welcoming and stylish environment.
Terms and conditions do apply. Bookings may be made by contacting Crown Towers reservations on 03 9292 6868, toll free on 1800 811 653, by email to email@example.com.
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