Thursday, January 21, 2010
Hayman Offers Idyllic Valentine’s Escape
Beautiful Hayman, Australia's celebrated private island destination in the Great Barrier Reef, provides the most idyllic of settings for an escape with a loved one for a memorable time together on Valentine’s Day.
Hayman welcomes couples to enjoy a special experience offering romance, luxury, relaxation, adventure and superb dining in this stunning place in paradise.
The Valentine’s Escape, which is valid 11-17 February 2010, is priced from $1785 per couple and includes:
•4 nights’ twin share accommodation in a beautifully appointed room
•A delectable chocolate plate and chilled bottle of sparkling wine on arrival
•A tantalising picnic basket selected and prepared by Hayman’s chefs
•Daily buffet breakfast in Azure, facing the sparkling Coral Sea
•Use of watercraft for catamaran sailing, windsurfing and paddleskiing
•Use of fitness facilities, including gymnasium, sauna and steam room
•Use of Activities Centre, tennis and squash courts, croquet lawn, golf driving range, billiards room and island walking tracks
For bookings and further information contact Hayman Reservations on
T (61-2) 8272 7000 F (61-2) 8272 7099 E email@example.com
Hayman is owned by Mulpha Australia Limited and is a member of the prestigious organisation, The Leading Hotels of the World.
For Further Information:
T (61-2) 8272 2005
F (61-2) 8272 7008
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