Holiday packages inspired by love


NO one quite understands romance like the French, so it's fitting that French hoteliers Sofitel Luxury Hotels have created a Magnifique Romance package, perfect for those inspired by love and St Valentine's Day.

Available at its many hotels and resorts around the world - not just in February but the entire year round - the offer includes luxury accommodation, daily in-room breakfast for two, a bottle of champagne to enjoy during the stay, a romantic gift for the couple courtesy of the hotel and a late, leisurely check out of 4pm.

Priced per couple per night, the Magnifique Romance offer is available at a choice of more than 120 Sofitel hotels and resorts across Europe, North Africa, the USA, South America, Asia and the Pacific, including:

  • Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa from AUD266 per night
  • Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra from AUD308 per night
  • SofitelDubai Jumeirah Beach from AUD330 per night
  • Sofitel Sydney Wentworth from AUD385 per night
  • Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi from AUD380 per night
  • SofitelBora Bora Marara Beach Resort & Private Island from AUD426 per night
  • Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa from AUD226 per night
  • Sofitel Paris Arc De Triomphe from AUD438 per night

For more information visit Sofitel.

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