Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Luxurious event hosting

This week, AccorHotels hosted a group of VIP clients on board Infinity Pacific, the latest superyacht to call Sydney home.

On the night, 40 professional event planners enjoyed French champagne and gourmet canapes curated by restaurateur, Peter Kuruvita. Guests appreciated spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, sailing from Pyrmont around the world-famous harbour. A solo guitarist was also onboard to provide entertainment to guests.

10 hotels were represented on the night, including Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific, Novotel Sydney Central, Novotel Sydney Olympic Park, Novotel Sydney Darling Harbour, Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains MGallery by Sofitel, Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Pullman Sydney Olympic Park, Pullman Sydney Hyde Park and Swissotel Sydney.

Megan Fleming said the night was an opportunity for AccorHotels to show their appreciation.

“The evening provided the perfect opportunity for AccorHotels to thank our customers for their support and loyalty to AccorHotels this year. It was a fantastic evening and a wonderful chance to experience the exquisite style and service of the Infinity Pacific,” she said.

The owners of Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific and Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort recently purchased Italian superyacht Infinity Pacific, which is now available for charter. Infinity Pacific offers cruising at its finest, its sleek profile concealing a magnificent five-cabin interior.

Cool and stylishly appointed, the superyacht comfortably sleeps 10 guests or can entertain up to fifty guests for events. Boasting recreational areas ideal for relaxation or socialising, Infinity Pacific includes a Japanese-style soaker tub and bar, up-market saloon and dining lounge. Days in the sun are even more desirable with a two-storey high waterslide, Sea-Doo Aqua Lounge and Sea-Scooter. A professional crew of eight will ensure your cruising experience is seamless, catering available to ensure you don’t have to lift a finger.

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