Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Make It A Hen's Weekend at Hyatt
The recently launched Girls’ Getaway package has already been enjoyed by ladies from all over the country wanting a weekend escape with their girlfriends. It’s also the perfect package for Hens weekends.
Picture the bride-to-be enjoying her last weekend as single, sipping cocktails with her friends around the magnificent one-acre beach lagoon pool and enjoying an indulgent treatment at Champions Day Spa.
The ‘Hen’ and her friends can also enjoy strolling the boutiques in the neighbouring Marine Village or simply indulging in great food and wine.
Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove is located 20 minutes north of Surfers Paradise and although close to the action of this holiday playground, you’ll feel as though you are a million miles away.
However, if you do want to include a taste of the Gold Coast nightlife our friendly staff can help plan your itinerary.
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 .
And for those Brides, who still haven’t decided where to hold their wedding, don’t miss the Wedding Open Day at Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove on Sunday 4 July from 12noon to 4pm.
For more information on the Wedding Open Day and Hyatt Weddings visit www.yourweddingsanctuary.com.au.
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