Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Palazzo Versace 'V' package sets the scene for a seductive Valentine's Day interlude


Palazzo Versace ‘V’ package sets the scene for a seductive Valentine’s Day interlude

QUEENSLAND, 1 FEBRUARY 2011 – Palazzo Versace celebrates Valentine’s Day with its intimate ‘V’ package, which offers guests all the ingredients for a romantic escape.

Complete with luxurious accommodation and a style your own buffet breakfast for two, those who book this exclusive package, available only for stays between 11 and 21 February 2011, will receive a delicate long stem red rose and two midnight black House of Versace 100% Egyptian cotton bath robes to take home. Priced from $595 and with limited availability, this package allows guests to pamper their loved one in the glamour of Australia’s only fashion-branded hotel.

Guests can experience a seductive night to remember in glamorous Palazzo Versace surrounds; Italian architecture, original artworks, ornate mosaic marble floors and crystal chandeliers. With award winning dining options Palazzo Versace’s sophisticated, elegant and romantic restaurants set the standard of international calibre.

Available exclusively from 11 to 21 February 2011 the ‘V’ package with Valentine’s Day gift offer includes:

- Overnight accommodation

- Breakfast for two in Il Barocco

- One long stem red rose

- Two House of Versace bath robes to take home

The ‘V’ package is available from $595 for two, available from the 11 to 21 February 2011.

To book this package, call (07) 5509 8000 or for more information on Palazzo Versace visit www.palazzoversace.com.au

Palazzo Versace

In 1998, Sunland Group, a publicly-listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange, together with Gianni Versace SpA had a bold vision to create the world’s first fashion-branded hotel and residence experience. In September 2000, the $300 million Palazzo Versace opened its doors on Australia’s famous Gold Coast and a new luxury address was born.

Palazzo Versace Gold Coast, the world’s first luxury designer hotel, incorporates 200 classically elegant rooms and suites, 72 neighbouring condominiums, three award-winning restaurants and a private marina, all on a historic site in Southern Queensland on the edge of the Gold Coast Broadwater.

Following the success of Palazzo Versace Gold Coast, the two companies signed an exclusive global rollout agreement to develop 15 Palazzo Versace hotels worldwide over the next 30 years.

The second Palazzo Versace development, currently under construction in Dubai and opening in 2011, is a joint venture development between Sunland Group Limited and Emirates International Holdings. The luxury hotel is located in the Culture Village on the Dubai Creek, and will offer 169 luxury residences ranging from one to six bedrooms, a health spa, restaurant and 217 hotel rooms and suites, all entirely designed by Versace and furnished with an exclusive line of products from the Versace Home Collection. Future Palazzo Versace hotel and residential projects will be located in cities where there is an established property investment market, strong tourism and leisure growth, and an appreciation and demand for international brands and luxury.

2010 Awards:

Best Australian Hotel in Luxury Travel Magazine’s Gold List

Best Luxury Hotel at the World Luxury Hotel Awards

Outstanding Service and Outstanding Luxury awards in HotelClub.com’s reader awards

Australasia’s Leading Hotel and Australasia’s Leading Spa Resort at the World Travel Awards

Media Man Profiles

Palazzo Versace




Gold Coast


Property News Media


Property News


Website Network

Media Man Int

Property News Media

Media Man