Thursday, January 14, 2010
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney Speaks the Language of Love
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is putting the ‘R’ in romance this Valentines day with an alluring weekend package to send hearts a-flutter.
When it comes to a room with a view, it doesn’t get any more romantic than the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, which Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is famous for.
Surprise your loved one with the Valentines package from $790* including two nights accommodation, a six-course romantic dinner for two at Kable’s, valet parking and a 25 per cent discount voucher for the hotel’s day spa.
Or, for lovers simply looking for some amorous ambiance over dinner, Kable’s is offering a special six-course Valentines menu for $150 per person.
Surrounded by candles and rose petals, begin your evening with a glass of French rosé champagne on arrival to set the passionate mood. Indulge in oysters as an ‘Amuse-bouche’, followed by soft cured ocean trout, twice cooked suckling pig and rolled free range chicken. Complete the dining experience with a delicious chocolate and strawberry-themed dessert.
Located on level two of Four Seasons Hotel Sydney and accessed from the hotel lobby’s grand sweeping staircase, Kable's Restaurant offers an elegant, contemporary setting and a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere.
For Valentines package bookings call 02 9250 3100 or visit www.fourseasons.com/sydney
For dinner reservations in Kable’s call (02) 9250 3306.
*Valentines package and dinner in Kable’s valid February 12,13,14. Subject to availability. Conditions apply.
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