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Springtime staycays at Rydges South Bank – there’s never been a better time to visit Brisbane!

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Springtime staycays at Rydges South Bank - there's never been a better time to visit Brisbane!

 

Rydges South Bank has issued an open invitation for locals and visitors alike:

whether from Sandgate, Shepparton, Sydney, Singapore, San Francisco or Sippy Downs,

Springtime is THE time to stay, play and vacay in Brisbane!

 

It’s just about the best time to visit Brisbane – Springtime. It’s festival season, the skies are vast and blue, the city lights shine a little brighter and the weather is perfect. What’s even better is that the hotel with the very best location for holidaymakers and staycayers in Rydges South Bank has just unveiled its top three Spring packages.

 

Rydges South Bank neighbours Brisbane’s acclaimed GoMA, the Cultural Centre, State Library and Queensland Performing Arts Complex which is home to a fantastic lineup of international musicals and major productions. It’s a breath away from the city centre, immersed in the heart of South Bank and its family of restaurants, bars and open spaces, and just footy kick from The Gabba and Suncorp Stadium. It stands in the heart of the new Brisbane.

 

Here’s the top Springtime packages to stay, play and vacay while Brisbane blooms:

 

Suite Decadence Package

This is an experience to simply sit back, relax and enjoy! It starts with overnight accommodation in a stunning suite, a full Rydges Grand Room Service breakfast per adult daily with the choice delicious breakfast bites delivered direct to your room, plus a bottle of Australian sparkling wine and a selection of handmade chocolates on arrival, valet car parking and a late checkout of 1pm. It’s the perfect package to experience Brisbane in Springtime.

 

River Sights & City Lights Package

With a front row view to Brisbane’s every-changing cityscape, which is particularly stunning at night, this experience includes overnight accommodation with a private balcony and guaranteed River & City views, a buffet breakfast per adult and child booked daily and served in the hotel restaurant, a bottle of Australian sparkling wine on arrival, valet car parking and a late checkout of 1pm.

 

Family Stays Package

The hotel is perfectly positioned for a big city getaway, or a holiday at home for families, being bang in the heart of South Bank. This package includes overnight accommodation, valet car parking AND…… drum roll please…. children 12 and under stay, and eat breakfast free. Plus there’s a fabulous tray of treats waiting in your room on arrival for the little ones on arrival!

 

The full list of packages are available here

Rydges South Bank is home to 304 beautifully designed guest rooms including 64 suites all with balconies as well as the signature and award-winning Bacchus Restaurant, and the terraced, rooftop Soleil Pool Bar.

 

Rydges South Bank

9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane 4010  

Ph: +61 7 3364 0800

Website

 

For media information, please contact Kath Rose on kath@kathrose.com or 0416 291 493

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