Sunday, January 24, 2010
BUY YOUR 'PRETTY WOMAN' THE ULTIMATE VALENTINE'S DAY EXPERIENCE WITH CHIC IN THE CITY AND NOVOTEL
From just $325.50 per person (twin share) you and your Pretty Woman can enjoy overnight accommodation at the Novotel, a three-hour CHIC in the City Fashion walking tour including champagne and your own personal stylist, VIP store discounts, and a two-hour CHIC make-up session, plus full breakfast for two. You can even upgrade to a chauffeured limousine experience or a harbour-view room if you really want to spoil her (from $495.50 per person).
CHIC in the City tours will help uncover Sydney's best-kept shopping secrets and take in some celebrity haunts, visiting famous and little-known designer boutiques, complete with advice for what suits your body type and colouring, as well as tricks to shop smarter.
Novotel Sydney Darling Harbour is a stylish base for your Valentine's Day or other celebrations and the perfect place to flop after you shop, with a prime position in Sydney's favourite playground. Surrounded by shopping, restaurants and bars, the hotel boasts an outdoor pool, gym and restaurant with city skyline views.
The Novotel is also offering a seductive seafood buffet for Valentine's night including an endless selection of succulent oysters, prawns and more as well as decadent desserts and a chocolate fountain, with a live band playing classic love songs and spectacular harbour views.
For bookings phone (02) 9288 7180 or email email@example.com
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