Thursday, December 17, 2009
“Stay and Play in Luxury for New Year’s Eve”
Welcome in the New Year with a beautiful stay and play offer within the luxurious surrounds of Australia’s Best Accommodation Hotel*, the Park Hyatt Melbourne.
An intimate table for two or a gathering of friends; begin your evening with a sumptuous dinner in radii restaurant. Savour canapés and sparkling on arrival, followed by a gastronomic seven-course degustation menu with hand selected premium wines to match.
Enjoy decadent desserts and welcome in the New Year with music and dancing in the exclusive Park Lounge watching the fireworks^ over the Yarra and city skyline. The panoramic views to the city and bay from the 19th floor are simply amazing from this location.
Retire after a memorable evening of festivities and return to your beautifully appointed room to continue the night in style. Melbourne’s biggest hotel rooms will ensure you wake up refreshed after a blissful night’s sleep cocooned in the finest of linens and most divine of pillows.
Indulge and be pampered in the ultimate hotel luxury experience. All inclusive New Year’s Eve Packages from $900 for two guests, including valet parking.
Park Hyatt Melbourne, where luxury is personal.
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