Monday, March 22, 2010
Enjoy the Royal Easter Show and a North Shore Mini Break with Urban
If you’re Sydney-bound this April for the Royal Easter Show, you’ll find a relaxing, contemporary destination to lay your head at Hotel Urban St Leonards.
The North Shore’s best-kept secret, Hotel Urban if offering a Royal Easter Show Package which includes accommodation in an Urban King room and entry to the Show for as little as $207 per night (for two adults and a child).
Hotel Urban is a holidaymakers dream – a stylish, modern property with beautiful surroundings, a gourmet eatery, and slick facilities, all without the nightmare parking and congestion of the CBD. Your Easter Show mini-break will be effortless thanks to the hotel’s thoughtful extras, which include fluffy robes and slippers, an outdoor putting green, in-house gym, and luxury evo amenities in every bathroom.
Sydney’s Royal Easter Show is one of the biggest dates in the city’s calendar – attracting around 900,000 visitors, the event runs from 1 – 14 April 2010 at the Sydney Showground and features activities for all the family including agricultural displays, live music, food tasting, fashion shows, and carnival rides.
Call 02 9439 6000 or visit www.hotelurban.com.au to book your Royal Easter Show package.
Posted by rodeime
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