Thursday, November 26, 2009
Christmas Lunch on the Edge of Sydney Harbour
Park Hyatt Sydney is once again hosting its signature Rooftop Seafood Barbecue lunch for families and friends wanting to be spoilt on Christmas Day.
Perched on the very edge of Sydney Harbour nestled between the world-famous icons of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Park Hyatt Sydney offers the perfect location in which to celebrate Christmas Day.
Rooftop Seafood Barbeque
Park Hyatt Sydney's Rooftop Terrace offers uninterrupted views from the city skyline to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. A magnificent seafood barbeque buffet starts at 12:00 noon on Christmas Day, featuring a selection of the freshest produce and finest seafood. Naturally, Christmas bon-bons are an integral part of the day as is a visit from Santa.
Christmas Day 12:00 noon to 3:00pm
Adults A$245 per persons including a glass of champagne on arrival, and a beverage package of beer, wine and soft drinks Children (12-17) A$150 per person Children (3-11) A$75 per person
Bookings are essential for last remaining tickets. Please call +61 2 9256 1661 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Park Hyatt
Intimate and residential in style, Park Hyatt hotels promise elegant and gracious service on a personal scale, and are further distinguished by prime locations and exceptional interior design. Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and its subsidiaries operate 24 Park Hyatt hotels, with an additional 10 properties under development. Current locations include: Baku, Beaver Creek, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Canberra, Chicago, Dubai, Goa, Hamburg, Istanbul, Melbourne, Mendoza, Milan, Moscow, Paris, Philadelphia, Saigon, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, Washington DC and Zurich.
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