Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Guests offered ‘hotel package of a lifetime’ with Sofitel’s Golden Ticket

One of the most anticipated luxury hotel opening of the decade – Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour – is celebrating the launch of its online bookings by offering one lucky person the Golden Ticket of a lifetime.

The Golden Ticket comprises 9 double pass tickets to events and quintessential Sydney experiences for two people. Some of the key events include tickets to Arsenal FC vs Sydney FC and the State of Origin, tickets to see comedian Chris Rock, tickets to the Russian National Ballet: Romeo and Juliet at the State Theatre, passes to Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb, a private helicopter flight over Sydney, and New Year’s Eve accommodation in the Prestige Suite at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour.

General Manager for Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, Greg Brady, said,

“The Golden Ticket winner will be front and centre at some of the best cultural events at the Sydney Opera House and the State Theatre, they will have A-grade seats to major sporting events at Qudos Bank Arena, and they will have the coveted Prestige Suite at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour for 3 nights over New Year’s Eve.

“Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour will offer exceptional quality accommodation that Sydney’s tourism economy crucially needs and the hotel’s iconic location and innovative design will make it instantly recognisable and ensure its place as Sydney’s most luxurious address.

“The Sofitel brand is celebrating 50 years as a symbol of French elegance in hospitality and it is incredibly exciting to be able to showcase the brand in such a cutting-edge way”.

Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour opens in less than 7-months.

To go into the draw to win the Golden Ticket, a gold pass to the best events and attractions Sydney has to offer, all you have to do is make a reservation at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour from now until June 4, 2017 – and head there to stay after November 1, 2017.

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