Thursday, September 24, 2009
Sleep in on Sundays with Stamford's New 3pm Checkout Deal
Why get up on Sunday morning when for an extra $30 on top of your room rate you can stay in bed until 3pm at any of Stamford's hotels in Australia and New Zealand.
Not the sleeping in type? Early birds can spend the extra time lingering over a sumptuous buffet breakfast or enjoying a long lunch in one of the hotels restaurants or bars.
You'll have more time to fully enjoy the hotel's services and facilities and explore local attractions – the ultimate in weekend luxury.
To book your *Sunday Sleep In, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your hotel of choice directly by calling the reservations line on 1300 301 391 (Australia), 0508 658 888 (New Zealand). For further information, please visit www.stamford.com.au
*Conditions Apply. Sleep In with Stamford is subject to availability
Editor's note: Stamford Hotels and Resorts is one of the largest owner/operators of premium quality hotels in Australia and New Zealand with over 2000 rooms, 2000 employees and residential assets. The Group operates eight hotels in the 5 and 4.5 star market segments with a unique portfolio of landmark premium and luxury hotels in key geographic locations - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Auckland. It was formed in 1995 by its parent company, Stamford Land Corporation Ltd (formerly known as Hai Sun Hup Group Ltd), one of Singapore's best-known public companies.
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