Monday, August 16, 2010
Couples Sensory Escape Packages at Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach
Love and indulgence is in the air this spring at the Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach with a Sensory Escape Package on offer to banish the last of the winter blues.
Sofitel Sensory Escape Package is designed to rejuvenate winter spirits and bodies alike combining accommodation and a couples spa experience.
The package includes overnight accommodation in a Superior Ocean View Room, full buffet breakfast for two adults, a bottle of Moet and Chandon champagne, plus an exclusive couples experience at Harbour Day Spa.
The Harbour Day spa package features access to a Roman bath, steam room and sauna, followed by a body polish, back, neck and shoulder massage, and paraffin hand and foot therapy, complimented with a glass of rose nectar infused champagne for her and an ice cold beer for him once treatments are concluded.
Sofitel is offering the package from A$695 per couple per night. The offer is valid for sale and stays from now until 30 November 2010.
To make a reservation, call the hotel direct on +61 7 5592 2250. To find out more about the hotel's specials, visit www.sofitelgoldcoast.com.au
Sofitel is idyllically positioned in the centre of thriving Broadbeach, only 200 metres from the beach, beachside parks and Broadbeach's array of savvy shops, cafes and restaurants. It features access by monorail to Jupiters Casino and is just a short stroll to the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Refined and elegant, from the moment you enter the foyer, Sofitel Gold Coast's understated style is impressive with its spectacular eight metre high three-dimensional artworks and divine sculptured flowers arrangements.
The hotel features 295 beautifully appointed guest rooms, including 4 executive suites and 17 luxury ocean spa rooms. All offer breathtaking Pacific Ocean or Hinterland views and exude comfort with contemporary furnishings, individually controlled air-conditioning, stunning marble bathrooms with separate bath and shower, private balconies, LCD televisions and movie channels with high-speed internet connection.
Hotel facilities include the chic and award winning lounge/bar/kitchen concept - Room81, and the recently relaunched Bistro On3 restaurant on the hotel's pool deck level, serving international cuisine and alfresco and indoor dining.
With two magnificent pools - one heated to a glorious 24 degrees, spa and relaxation area set overlooking the entire Coastal region, guests are certainly spoilt for choice.
*Subject to availability, must be booked 3 days prior to arrival.
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