Quarantined guests at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth were treated this week to a free concert on the hotel’s garden terrace, enjoyed from the balconies of guests overlooking the area.
With several-dozen guests ending their 14-day mandatory isolation the following day, the concert provided a bit of entertainment and enjoyment. On the line-up was Sydney RnB band Soul Nights, Johnny Diesel and DJ Troy T, all playing their sets to enthusiastic applause and considerable levels of balcony dancing.
In addition to the courtyard entertainment, guests were delivered an evening meal of French delicacies including niçoise salad, basque-style braised chicken and crème caramel.
Accor Pacific Chief Operating Officer, Simon McGrath, said he was proud to have seen the thoughtful musical experience for guests to enjoy.
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth General Manager, Sam Panetta, added the hotel was thinking outside the square in terms of helping guests confined to their rooms to have a pleasant stay.
“Seeing our guests singing and dancing to the music from their balconies was a sight to behold.
“Our team remain focused on providing a great guest service. After all, taking care of others is at the very heart of what we do every day,” he added.