Curated by AccorHotels are more than 50 types of packages tailor-made for “those seeking gourmet, arts and culture or health and wellness pleasures” across Australia.
Choose from a one-night getaway to a five-night escape. Better yet, there are savings of up to 50 per cent.
“AccorHotels’ luxury network of brands including Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery by Sofitel and Swissotel have been busy curating bespoke packages, so travellers can experience more of the finest in hotel stays and luxury encounters in over 30 destinations,” the accommodation group says.
“Pullman Adelaide will delight the tastebuds with a two-course dinner for two, bottle of premium South Australian wine, late check-out, breakfast and two nights accommodation priced from $488.
"Linger longer with a five-night indulgent stay at Pullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort & Spa with handpicked inclusions of a private degustation dinner with matching wines under the stars for two, a 30-minute massage and 30-minute facial for two at Vie Spa, a cocktail masterclass, bottle of Taittinger Champagne and breakfast priced from $1595.”
AccorHotels says the aim is to make hotel experiences more heartfelt and memorable: “From Champagne breakfast in bed and cocktails at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, a guided lighthouse tour and Margaret River fare with Pullman Bunker Bay Resort and an elegant dinner at The William Inglis MGallery by Sofitel.”
- Book before October 31 for stays until March 31.
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