Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Urban Hotel Group Throws One-Week Summer Sale
With the first days of summer only one month away, designer hotel group Urban is throwing a seven-day sale with its luxury hotel rooms available for just $99 per night.
Starting this Sunday 25 October, and running for one week until Saturday 21 October, travellers can book rooms at any of the three Urban Hotel locations during the period of 18 December – 18 January 2010 (at the Sydney and Melbourne properties) and 18 December – 14 February 2010 (at the Brisbane property) for the half price rate of $99 per room per night (average full price per room is $199)
Urban Hotels are the contemporary choice for the country’s leisure and business travellers elegant locations, chic interiors, independent gourmet restaurants, unique little touches, and some serious customer service together create a trio of hotels that are the perfect place to lay your head away from home.
Urban Brisbane’s art deco exterior features a Manhattan-style pool terrace and the team have just added the finishing touches to a top floor penthouse suite for intimate functions. Urban St Leonards lies on Sydney’s North Shore, a favourite with business travellers thanks to the soothing surroundings, on-site putting green, and organic restaurant. And Urban St Kilda is a funky haven in the heart of Acland Street, complete with the popular ‘round bedroom’ and Suger cocktail bar.
The Urban Summer Sale applies to king, queen or twin rooms and is subject to availability. Visit www.hotelurban.com.au for more details.
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