Monday, February 8, 2010
SWISSÔTEL AND THE CITY - SINGLE AND FABULOUS!
Be different, be single and be FABULOUS! “Swissôtel and the City” allows you and your best friend to experience an evening of fun in the heart of the city.
Start with an afternoon of shopping and then enjoy the sublime surrounds of Crossroads Bar while you delight in ‘High Tea’ for two. Relax in our luxurious Classic Twin room with a spacious bathroom to prepare for an evening of fun (and perhaps a touch of mischief) in the city!
Whether it be an evening of dancing or spending the night in watching movies, enjoy a complimentary breakfast for two and late check out the next morning.
“Swissôtel and the City”, from AUD $359 per room* includes:
* Five-star twin accommodation in our Classic Room
* High tea for two in Crossroads bar
* Full buffet breakfast for two in Jpb Restaurant
* Late check out at 12 noon
* Self car parking
To book call (02) 9238 8855 or visit promotions online at www.swissotelsydney.com.au
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* Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Valid 12 – 14 February, 2010.
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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