Monday, May 31, 2010
JERSEY BOYS BONUS FOR JULY CONFERENCE BOOKINGS AT SOFITEL SYDNEY
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth today announced that it is the official hotel sponsor for hit Broadway musical Jersey Boys, set to arrive in Sydney at the Theatre Royal in September 2010 after the show's successful season in Melbourne.
To celebrate, Sofitel is offering a special offer and exclusive Jersey Boys experience to those who book a conference or event at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth during the month of July 2010.
Anyone who books a conference or event at the hotel for July – in conjunction with a room reservation for ten or more accompanying nights, or a minimum spend of AUD$10,000 on banqueting services - will receive a AUD$250 credit per $1,000 of the overall event value.
The AUD$250 credit can be used toward AV including data projectors, screens, lighting, staging and microphones, all to assist in staging the event at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.
In addition, the conference booker will receive a Sofitel Jersey Boys experience valued at more than AUD$500 which includes dinner for two at the hotel's restaurant Garden Court and two tickets to the acclaimed musical Jersey Boys show in Sydney.
To take advantage of Sofitel's special offer, events must be booked by July the 30th. The offer is available for new business only.*
For more information contact the Sofitel Wentworth Sydney conference team on 02 9228 9169 or take a virtual tour and download a conference kit from www.sofitelsydney.com.au
In addition to its state of the art Executive Boardroom which caters for up to 16 people, Sofitel offers the choice of the elegant Adelaide Room and nine more conference spaces.
The entire third floor is dedicated to events, including a pillarless Grand Ballroom for up to 1100 people and a combination of meeting rooms, breakout areas and exhibition spaces that cater to anything from an intimate board meeting to grand-scale conferences and banquets.
Sofitel offers luxury and refinement with a sophisticated French flair, and the iconic Wentworth is one of Sydney's original five-star hotels, remaining an oasis for the business traveller in the heart of the bustling city. Boasting what is one of the city's best locations, Sofitel Sydney is situated in the midst of both the central business and shopping districts, and within walking distance to such Sydney icons as the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, the Rocks and the Art Gallery of NSW.
*Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Tickets and dinner are subject to availability and valued at over AUD$500, and will be issued once event has occurred and been paid for. AV includes data projectors, screens, lighting, staging, mixers, splitters, microphones; labour is not included.
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