Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Vibe Hotels & Max Brenner Offer an Indulgent Break
Calling all chocolate lovers! Vibe Hotels has teamed up with Max Brenner to offer an indulgent new package called “Max Brenner Chocolate Indulgence @ Vibe”.
The “Max Brenner Chocolate Indulgence @ Vibe” package includes overnight accommodation in a stylish Vibe room, full buffet breakfast for two and a Max Brenner BODY gift pack created exclusively for Vibe Hotels. The gift pack includes caramelised pecans rolled in rich praline and find cocoa powder, an embroidered face towel and Ivory Coast cocoa butter bubble bath – a decadent chocolate experience with prices starting from just $175 a night!
Max Brenner has recently introduced his new BODY range which is dedicated to making you look and feel deliciously beautiful, offering beauty lovers with a weakness for chocolate a whole new indulging chocolate experience. Created from pure cocoa butter and rare confectionery ingredients, Max Brenner’s decadent Spa Collection nourishes and enriches the skin whilst helping to improve its elasticity and serving as a source of antioxidants.
Vibe Hotels are the fresh alternative to traditional hotels, reflecting a cosmopolitan atmosphere located in Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and on the Gold Coast. Every aspect of Vibe Hotels has been designed to mirror a great lifestyle – the rooms are stylish, the food in the Curve Cafés and Bars is delicious and the locations provide easy access to the best that each city has to offer.
Indulge your chocolate fantasy at:
Vibe Hotel Gold Coast from $179 - Overlooking a picturesque sweep of the Nerang River on one side and the sparkling ocean on the other, Vibe Hotel Gold Coast adds all things stylish and chic to Surfers Paradise.
Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne from $199 - Built in 1929, this art-deco hotel is sure to impress. Located opposite Southern Cross Station and just a short walk from the Telstra Dome, guests will enjoy the convenience of having Melbourne at their fingertips.
Vibe Hotel Rushcutters, Sydney from $189 - Overlooking Rushcutters Bay Park and the Cruising Yacht Club (CYC) Marina, Vibe Hotel Rushcutters is close to Sydney’s most stylish shopping and nightlife precincts; Double Bay, Paddington and Woollahra.
Vibe Hotel North Sydney from $199 - Located on Alfred Street opposite Milsons Point Railway Station, guests can enjoy stunning views of Lavender Bay or Sydney Harbour or simply take a stroll over the Harbour Bridge!
Vibe Hotel Sydney from $189 - Situated just minutes from Oxford Street, Sydney’s CBD and the theatre district, guests are perfectly positioned to explore some of Sydney’s most vibrant bars, restaurants and cafes.
Vibe Hotel Carlton, Melbourne from $179 - With a "new millennium" feel mixed with a sixties retro flavour, Vibe Hotel Carlton is close to Lygon and Brunswick Streets where the city’s famous café culture was born.
Vibe Hotel Darwin from $175 - Situated on the Darwin Waterfront in Darwin’s hottest new precinct, Vibe Hotel Darwin offers guests some of the best views in town, with great restaurants and shopping on your doorstep.
*Prices vary per hotel, packages are subject to availability and exclude peak periods and are valid until 31 March 2010. One gift pack per stay.
Book online @ www.vibehotels.com.au or call 13 VIBE.
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