There’s something about The Langham in The Rocks. Nestled into a sweet spot in between the Sydney Observatory, Circular Quay and glossy Barangaroo, it has all the impenetrable polish, seamless service and luxury-at-your-fingertips type amenities you’d expect from a five-star hotel without being gaudy or stuffy.
From its iconic star-spangled subterranean pool and ultra-luxe day spa to its impressive Sotheby’s-curated art collection, extra-large rooms filled with bespoke furniture, pooch-friendly suites, out of this world high tea, and astronomy-inspired bar serving celestial cocktails—if it’s a city escape you’re after, The Langham is simply one of the country’s best.
And right now, with international travel off the cards, the hotel is hosting a once in a lifetime sort of competition. Basically, if you lock in a staycation package at the hotel before December, you can go in the running to win another VIP staycation for you and 20 of your friends.
The prize is, in a word, amazing. If you win, you’ll be in for a one night stay in The Langham’s most decadent suite, The Observatory Suite. Then, you’ll have access to 10 additional luxury rooms for your 20 special friends (two people per room). Everyone will be served champagne on arrival, you’ll have access to the starry pool and day spa, gym and tennis courts, and everyone will be treated to a 60-minute massage.
It doesn’t stop there. You’ll have a private a la carte dinner hosted by Executive Chef, Stephen Lech, VIP access to the Observatory Bar with a complimentary customised cocktail list, and free-flowing afternoon canapés. Your minibar will be entirely complementary, you’ll score free parking for up to 10 cars, a la carte breakfast, and a dedicated Sydney staycation stylist to plan out your 24-hour visit. Crazy, right?!
To enter, you’ll need to book one of these staycation packages before Sunday 13 December—and then answer why you love The Langham, and why you should win the ultimate staycation prize (don’t worry, it’s not 25 words or less).
For more details on the competition head here.
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