Monday, February 8, 2010
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney Offers Valentine's Day Indulgences
Located in the historic Rocks District with views of Sydney Harbour, Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney is the perfect choice to celebrate Valentine’s Day on 14 February 2010. Guests can enjoy a wide range of romantic options such as the international flavours at Café Mix, cocktails at Blu Bar on 36 or luxurious accommodation for a romantic experience.
Valentine Buffet Dinner at Café Mix
Guests can impress their Valentine with an extensive buffet dinner, including a selection of seafood, international cuisine, mouth-watering desserts, a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and the signature chocolate fountain. The Valentine Buffet Dinner is priced at A$75 per person. For enquiries and bookings, please call (02) 9250 6206 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sky High Romance at Blu Bar on 36
Blu Bar on 36 offers couples a selection of romantically inspired drinks served with the best views of Sydney Harbour, exclusively available from 5 to 9 p.m.
Memorable Moments at Blu Bar on 36
Memorable Moments includes a window table for one hour, chocolate dipped strawberries and two glasses of Moet et Chandon champagne or champagne cocktails for A$70 per couple.
Lasting Love at Blu Bar on 36
The Lasting Love promotion includes a window table for two hours, premium champagne cocktails for two, a half dozen oysters and sugar coated strawberries with chocolate, all for just A$360 per couple.
For further information and bookings, please call (02) 9250 6123 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests can indulge their sweethearts with the romantic touches of the Celebrations package, which includes overnight accommodation, a food and beverage credit of A$150, a bottle of Moet et Chandon champagne, breakfast for two at Café Mix and much more from only A$498 per couple per night.
For further information and reservations, please contact Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney on (02) 9250 6000, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.shangri-la.com/sydney.
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