Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Sex it Up in the City with Vibe Hotels ‘GLAMOROUS NIGHTS’
Vibe Hotels and Napoleon Perdis combine to create the ultimate girl’s night in or out with more than $240 worth of fun from just $150* including a nights’ accommodation.
Grab the gals and high heel it to Vibe Hotels (Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast, or Darwin) for a fabulous evening of Napoleon Perdis (NP) makeovers, cocktails and giggles. Stay up all night, sleep in all morning, and enjoy a leisurely breakfast for a fraction of the price, with Vibe Hotels ‘Glamorous Nights’ package.
This incredible deal (6 April to 30 September, 2010) includes overnight accommodation at any of the seven Vibe Hotels across Australia, two for one cocktail voucher (worth $10), an NP pack (Cruise Blush, Liquid Veil Tint and a Wanderlust Must Lip Palette (worth $80), and a Napoleon Perdis in-store make over voucher (worth $60). Perfect for two or twenty gal pals (two people per room).
Like every women, each Vibe Hotel has its very own personality that reflects the flavour of its location. Travel and stay in style... or experience your very own backyard in a fresh light? Every girl deserves a night of pampering!
Check out www.vibehotels.com.au or call 13 VIBE for more information or to book.
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