Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The Vintage Wedding Expo at Château Élan
Château Élan and The Vintage will host The Vintage Wedding Expo on Saturday 22nd May to celebrate the completion of their new wedding venue, The Carriage House and showcase their other popular wedding venue locations; the Summer House, Barrington Room and the Fairway Lawn.
These state-of-the-art spaces for weddings from 3 to 170, offer the sort of ‘wow factor’ that can only come from a luxury resort in prestige wine country. Of these, the new Carriage House will be unique. Constructed from sandstone cut by convicts in 1834, this striking venue featuring gables and gothic windows is a fitting backdrop for the most exclusive of weddings. Wedding guests will also be spoilt for choice at Château Élan with accommodation ranging from Spa Suites, Spa Kings and One-Bedroom Spa Villas.
The Expo, which will take place from 10am until 3pm, will showcase the best of Hunter Valley wedding suppliers and event specialists to brides-to-be from Newcastle to Sydney. Potential grooms are not forgotten with complimentary golf lessons and access to The Vintage driving range. Mini-spa treatments, delicious food, entertainment and the wonderful ambience of the picturesque Hunter Valley will ensure love is truly in the air!
For couples visiting the Hunter Valley for the Expo from outside the local area, Château Élan has an exclusive “Love is in The Air” package rate* of $870 for a romantic 2 night stay for two in a luxurious Spa Suite, including full breakfast served daily in the Vintage Café, one 2 course dinner for two in Legends Grill, complimented by a glass of Hunter Valley Wine and a new release movie to be enjoyed while sipping your complimentary bottle of Hunter Valley Sparkling Wine.
Château Élan, Australia’s finest destination spa and golf resort opened in February this year and has become the jewel in the crown of Hunter tourism. The luxurious spa is one of Australia’s largest and is dedicated to exclusive spa rituals, traditional hydrotherapies and social relaxation. Château Élan features Terraké treatments from prestige group, Thalgo. As well as a comprehensive range of spa treatments there is also a Hydrolounge (a comfortable, fire-warmed ‘wet’ area) and a social spa area complete with bar and catering facilities.
The Vintage is the Hunter Valley's premier residential lifestyle community. At its heart is a Greg Norman-designed course which is ranked #2 in New South Wales and hosted the 2007-2009 NSW Open. The Vintage has bar, conference and full dining and catering facilities; the Clubhouse is home to the renowned Legends Grill restaurant.
For further information on The Vintage Wedding Expo visit www.thevintage.com.au and to book at Château Élan visit www.chateauelan.com.au or phone (02) 4998 2500.
*Subject to availability, conditions apply.
About Château Élan at The Vintage
Hunter Valley, NSW
Château Élan at The Vintage is Australia’s finest golf and spa resort. It is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Offering a luxury escape for up to 200 guests, the resort comprises a spa with 18 treatment rooms, 20 super-luxury spa suites and a series of private lifestyle villas. The $40m development, just two hours north of Sydney, opened in
February 2010. It has been co-conceived by the group behind Château Élan in Atlanta, Georgia. For more details, visit: www.chateauelan.com.au
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