More than 50 bespoke packages have been released by AccorHotels across its luxury and upscale brands, inviting travellers to take advantage of hotel contacts and avoid the need to plan everything around their hotel stay.
The ‘Curated by AccorHotels’ selection features a variety of luxury inclusions and covers more than 30 destinations around Australia. Each hotel has put together a package tailored to their destination, some with savings of up to 50 per cent on regular price. Packages run from a single night up to a five-night stay and include a variety of gourmet dining, arts and culture or health and wellness experiences.
Some of the inclusions sought for the development of these packages include a breakfast and cocktails in bed experience at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, guided epicurean lighthouse tour at the Pullman Bunker Bay Resort in the Margaret River or a luxury dinner at the William Inglis MGallery by Sofitel at Warwick Farm in southwestern Sydney.
For example, the Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort on the Sunshine Coast has added a half-day poolside cabana rental with butler service, 40-minute aqua therapy soak, 60-minute massage, breakfast and valet parking to a two-night stay, priced from $858.
At the Pullman Adelaide, guests can enjoy a two-course dinner for two with a bottle of premium local wine, breakfast and late check-out priced from $488.
Alternatively, for a longer break, travellers can take advantage of a five-night stay at the Pullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort & Spa in North Queensland, including a private degustation dinner for two, 30-minute massage, 30-minute facial, cocktail master class, breakfast daily and a bottle of Taittinger champagne, priced from $1,595.