Tuesday, April 6, 2010
A Much Needed Getaway With The Girls
Many women have become so good at juggling work, kids, husbands and household chores that they would be a shoe in for a spot on Australia’s Got Talent. However along with these impressive skills comes exhaustion, limited time for themselves and the desperate need for a break.
With more and more females choosing to escape the daily grind with a weekend away with their girlfriends; the brand new Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove’s Girls’ Getaway package is sure to be a hit.
The Girls’ Getaway offers a five-star escape where friends can enjoy relaxing by the pool, strolling the boutiques in the neighbouring Marine Village, enjoying a luxurious pamper at Champions Day Spa or simply indulge in great food and wine.
Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove is located 20 minutes north of Surfers Paradise and although you are close to the action, you’ll feel as though you are a million miles away.
The Girls’ Getaway package is just $280 per room per night twin share and includes daily buffet breakfast, indulgent Alpha-H spa packs, fluffy robes and slippers, chocolate and a bottle of sparkling on arrival.
To book the Girls’ Getaway call reservations on 13 1234 and quote GIRLS at the time of booking or visit www.sanctuarycove.regency.hyatt.com .
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