Sunday, August 1, 2010
65 More Reasons to Stay at Novotel Melbourne on Collins
Enjoy a great night’s sleep in the Novotel’s exclusive new Premier Rooms.
Novotel Melbourne on Collins, already a much loved CBD hotel of choice, can
now boast 65 new reasons to stay having unveiled 65 brand new Premier Rooms
following the completion of its newly built wing of executive style
And while the hustle and bustle of Melbourne is right at your doorstep, the
new rooms guarantee a great night’s sleep, tucked away in an exclusive
private wing, with no ‘through traffic’ and free from lift well and
peripheral noise. The new rooms offer both stylish, contemporary
accommodation and luxurious spa suites and with a host of Melbourne in
Winter events taking place – Mary Poppins, the Tim Burton exhibition,
European Masters and the Titanic Exhibtion – the Novotel’s fantastic
CENTRAL location will have you situated within walking distance from each.
To celebrate the launch of their brand new rooms, Novotel Melbourne on
Collins is offering a special ‘Great Night’s Sleep’ package from just $397
per night for two people complete with all the essential items to ensure
blissful slumber, including: chamomile tea; a relaxation CD, lavender
massage oil, do-not-disturb sign, and a journal and pen to record any last
minute thoughts and free your mind before shut eye. Plus you can enjoy a
full buffet breakfast for two in Michel’s restaurant to ensure your great
night’s sleep is followed by a perfect start to the morning. Offer valid
to 30 December 2010, subject to availability.
For bookings visit www.novotelmelbourne.com.au or phone 03 9667 5800
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