Monday, February 8, 2010
SNUGGLE UP WITH SWISSÔTEL SYDNEY
Swissôtel Sydney is located in the vibrant heart of the Sydney’s shopping and entertainment precinct making it the perfect destination for a romantic weekend getaway. The “Sydney Romantic Getaway” offers couples everything they need for a magical experience together and Swissôtel Sydney will spoil you both every step of the way...
On arrival, enjoy strawberries dipped in Swiss chocolate accompanied by NV Brut Chandon sparkling wine, in the comfort of a luxurious Swissôtel Sydney guest bedroom with stunning city views. After you have settled in, experience fine dining in Jpb Restaurant with a Swiss Fondue Chinoise dinner that ends with an indulgent Swiss chocolate fondue for dessert. Wake the following morning to a full gourmet sparkling wine breakfast which will be delivered to your room. There is no hurry to leave, as Swissôtel Sydney is giving you a late check-out of 2pm so that you can enjoy the full use of our heated outdoor pool, gym, sauna and Jacuzzi.
To top off a perfect weekend, we’ll even park your car for free.
“Sydney Romantic Getaway”, from only AUD$469 per room* includes:
* Accommodation for two in a Swiss Advantage Room
* A complimentary bottle of NV Brut Chandon sparkling wine and chocolate dipped strawberries on arrival
* A Swiss Fondue Chinoise dinner for two in Jpb Restaurant including an indulgent Swiss chocolate fondue for dessert
* Full gourmet in-room NV Brut Chandon sparkling wine breakfast
* Late check-out of 2pm
* Valet car parking
To book call (02) 9238 8855 or visit promotions online at www.swissotelsydney.com.au
*Terms and conditions. Subject to availability.
Swissôtel Sydney was voted Top 100 in Conde Nast Traveler’s The Best in the World Readers Choice Awards 2008 and in 2009, was awarded Top 3 Hotels in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands as well as Best Hotel in New South Wales and Best Hotel in Oceania at the 4th HotelClub Hotel Awards 2009.
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