|Swissotel Sydney's festive season offers|
Swissotel Sydney, directly opposite the State Theatre in the heart of the CBD, has a fabulous special for the festive season of 15 percent off the best available rates from the 13th December 2015 to the 31st January 2016.
Embrace Sydney during this high summer season by strolling to Hyde Park, famous landmarks and cultural attractions such as the Sydney Opera House, the Botanic Gardens and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Also an easy stroll away, will be a huge lit Christmas tree in Martin Place, and the luxury boutiques of George Street and George Street adorned with decorations including Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Paspaley, Cartier, Bvlgari, Hermès and more.
The hotel's newly refurbished rooms offer the perfect oasis and stepping off point for taking in the sights and sounds of the city. Recently reimagined by Australian design firm CHADA, the new interior has been inspired by the Swiss principles of simplicity and immaculate attention to detail. To create a sense of famed Sydney Harbour, the designers have used highly reflective surfaces, splashed with unexpected, vibrant colour and unique furniture features, which include placing the television on a polished chrome artist’s easel. The décor also features opulent wallpapers, the finest textiles and bespoke contemporary furniture.
The striking new look includes the addition of 14 sophisticated new Signature Skyline Rooms and Suites, featuring the highest quality textiles, materials and bespoke contemporary furniture. Each highlights striking pieces of artwork and carefully curated decorative objects to give them the look and mood of a beautiful individual apartment.
Guests may enjoy delicious seasonal meals at Jpb restaurant based on the freshest local ingredients designed by talented young star chef, Joshua Askew. They may also enjoy glamorous afternoon teas at the Crossroads Bar highlighting fragrant T2 teas or if preferred a glass of Laurent Perrier champagne, complemented with savoury treats such as smoked salmon, caper, Spanish onion dill cream cheese on brioche and dainty and delicious sweet tastes such as hazelnut profiteroles, salted caramel pannacotta and popcorn, white chocolate and vanilla slice. Later in the day, this is the place to be for cocktails, with the atrium ceiling above, capturing the sparkle of the city’s skyline.
The hotel’s Spa & Sport spa facility has been transformed into a haven for relaxation and fitness. The spa offers an inspiring choice of signature Swiss inspired treatments such as a Purovel Mountain Massage, a Purovel Stone Massage and an Alpine Spa Facial, featuring essential oils derived from plants and flowers nature from Swissotel’s own Alpine gardens in Switzerland. Close by, the gym features state-of-the-art equipment to allow guests to maintain their fitness regimes while travelling. This is also one of the few city hotels with a rooftop pool surrounded by chaises for lounging in the sunshine.
If you are travelling with your children, Swissotel Sydney, recommends its fun, colourful Kids' Rooms. Designed for younger guests aged from 2 to 12, each is kitted out with colourful bed linen, a minibar for kids, a DVD menu, age-appropriate toys and special bath products. A nanny service is provided at no additional charge. This thoughtful facility will definitely enhance your festive Sydney break.
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