Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Endless Days of Summer with Hilton
Reward, relax and rediscover Brisbane, with Hilton this summer.
Brisbane is set to scorch this summer with an exciting array of events and activities, sure to whet your travel appetite. Escape to the splendour of Moreton Bay, experience the world-class exhibitions at the Gallery of Modern Art, including the 6th Asia-Pacific Triennial or simply take in one of the many international concerts happening around town.
In January take a seat courtside at the 2nd Brisbane International with Former no.1 and current no. 5 Andy Roddick and recent US Open 2009 winner Kim Clijsters both headlining this exhilarating event. Enjoy the fashionista fabulousness with international shopping and entertainment at the Queen St Mall, located right on the hotel’s doorstep!
Enjoy all that Brisbane has to offer with Hilton’s cool summer rates, sure to take the heat off when the temperature starts to soar. Rates start from $165* per room per night, in a Hilton Deluxe Room, or simply book 21 days or more and enjoy up to 20% off our advance purchase rate – that’s only $132*!
Heighten your indulgence and upgrade to the newly refurbished Executive Plus rooms including access to the Executive Lounge including continental breakfast, refreshments throughout the day, drinks and canapés in the evening, all in the seclusion and exclusivity of the lounge - all for an additional $140 per night.
To book these simmering summer rates phone 1300 445 866 or visit hilton.com/brisbaneoffers.
*$165 Hilton Brisbane summer rate, valid from 18 December 2009 – 31 January 2010, advance purchase rates valid all year round. All published rates are subject to availability.
Since opening its doors in 1986, the Hilton Brisbane has been regarded a true international hotel. One of the hotels to be designed by award-winning Australian architect Harry Seidler, Hilton Brisbane features an eye-catching curved design and boasts the largest atrium in Australasia, stretching 83 metres in height and topped by a spectacular glass dome. All 319 accommodation levels open out onto the atrium, giving the hotel a sense of spaciousness and light.
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