Relive one of the greatest hotel parties in history and win a $5,000 invoice to live like a rock star at QT Hotels
Nothing exceeds like excess. In honour of legendary feats of celebrity excess, QT Hotels & Resorts around Australia and New Zealand are giving guests the chance to live like a rock star. Just book a room before March 15 for a stay between now and April 30 and you'll go in the running to win your choice of six ultimate invoices.
Hotel rooms have seen some things - truly, seen some things. From Marilyn Manson setting fire to the carpet of the New York Sheraton, Led Zeppelin throwing not just one, but five, TVs out of his suite at the Edgewater Hotel in Seattle, to Rod Stewart's well-known exploits at the Holiday Inn resulting in a 40-year-ban from the chain. If only the walls could talk. The six ultimate invoices up for grabs at QT Hotels are inspired by wild nights that have turned into urban legend. With each total invoice to the value of $5,000 and inclusions like bottomless mini-bars, approval to scream absurdities throughout the hotel, expensive cigars and a Surface Pro laptop to keep, the challenge will be getting through it all in just two nights.
Keeping it discreet like any good concierge, the prizes make not-so-subtle references to celebrity debauchery. See if you can guess who…
- The 'Morning Glory'. Inspired by two naughty brothers and their stay at the famous Columbia Hotel in London during the recording of their world-famous album in 1996.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A custom soundtrack for your stay. Merchandise from the band. A private screening of a documentary on the band in an Event Cinema. Food and beverage to the value of $1,000, including cases of Stella Artois, bottles of Kikkoman Plum Wine and chocolate bars. And maybe even a guitar to smash?
- The 'I Want To Break Free'. In memory of a rock-star's 41st birthday at Pike's in Ibiza in 1987. It was a truly over-the-top party, with at least 350 bottles of Champagne, fireworks and 3 days spent just blowing up the balloons.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A custom soundtrack for your stay. Some rare memorabilia from the man himself. A private screening for you and your guests in an Event Cinema. Lots of French Champagne and moustaches for everyone. A special cake featuring song lyrics. And a LOT of gold balloons.
- The 'Riot'. A homage to the famous parties held at the equally famous Continental Hyatt House, otherwise known as the 'Riot House'. Two bands in particular and their excessive parties became the standard by which others are still judged.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A custom soundtrack for your stay. Some real band memorabilia. An open bar to the value of $1,000. A private screening for you and your guests of a band documentary in an Event Cinema. And the opportunity to scream 'I am a golden god' from an upper floor balcony.
- The 'Guess Who'. Based on the exploits of a famous band, and their wild drummer. Their stay at The Holiday Inn at Flint Michigan in 1967 is the stuff of legends.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A custom soundtrack for your stay. Lots of Champagne. A big cake, in honour of the one that became the main ammunition of a legendary food fight. The opportunity to release a fire extinguisher. A private screening of the band documentary for you and your guests in an Event Cinema. And the chance to swim in the pool, fully clothed of course.
- The 'Gladiator'. This stay is inspired by a certain incident at the Mercer Hotel in New York City in 2005, featuring an antipodean known for his leather and metal outfits.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A private screening of a particular movie in an Event Cinema. A bottle of premium whiskey. Some expensive cigars to smoke while you ponder your anger issues. A tuxedo or South Sydney jersey to wear, your choice. A telephone to throw. And food and beverage in the restaurant, or your room, to the value of $1,000.
- The 'Chateau Uh Oh'. Who could forget a certain red-headed star's scandalous stay at the Chateau Marmont Hotel in 2012? She lived there for several months and racked up an enormous bill. This prize lets you relive the incident, just please don't set fire to your room.
Prize includes: Two nights' accommodation. A private screening of one of her movies in an Event Cinema. A bottomless mini-bar (replenished daily) and a $1,000 dinner in your choice of QT restaurant. Lots of scented candles, along with a spa and pamper package at spaQ, or local spa, to the value of $500. A brand-new Surface Pro laptop, in honour of the one she rented from the hotel for her entire stay.
The Wildest Night promotion is live now until 15th March. Rooms must be booked between now and April 30 at participating QT Hotels. Head here to enter.
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