Hotel Tonight’s Spontaneity Suite is on the move again, set to float into an idyllic secret location on Sydney’s iconic waterways this month.
The luxurious travelling hotel suite, which made its debut in the picturesque Yarra Valley in August, will offer thrill-sleepers the chance to spend a night overwater, soaking in one of Australia’s most coveted views.
Made out of two 20 foot shipping containers, the Spontaneity Suite will be Sydney’s first floating hotel, available only for two nights and accessible exclusively by boat.
Sydney-siders will have the chance to snap up a stay in the lavish suite, when the price drops from $36,000 to $99 between 12-2pm on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th November.
The Spontaneity Suite will be fully serviced by Ovolo Hotels, the group behind 1888 and Blue Hotel in Sydney, and Laneways Hotel in Melbourne.
Room service will be delivered by boat daily, and guests will be able to enjoy the picturesque views from the rooftop terrace and Jacuzzi, or from the comfort of their bed through a floor to ceiling glass frontage.
Doing justice to HotelTonight’s love for all things tech, the suite is equipped with numerous mod cons and boasts the latest smart in-room technology including a Kevo keyless entry system, Apple TV and Netflix.
HotelTonight Regional Director for Asia Pacific, Stefan Cordiner, said the brand is on a mission to help Australians fulfil their inherent wanderlust, right in their own backyard.
“There is a large trend recently of Australians having a real thirst for holidays that are thrilling and off-beat. The Spontaneity Suite taps into this desire to experience something unique, and also aims to inspire travel-loving Australians to explore their own backyard in search of adventure. Our brand is all about creating memorable moments, and we believe these can be created by being more spontaneous at home.”
A stay also includes return boat transfers to the suite, all-inclusive meals and minibar and the services of a personal mobile concierge called Aces, a new HotelTonight in-app chat feature which connects guests with a team of insiders for access to authentic local tips and recommendations, plus time-saving help with room and hotel requests.
Dirk Dalichau, Chief Operating Officer of The Ovolo Group, said it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the creative traveller.
“Ovolo at its core thrives on innovation, creativity and breaking boundaries. This is what we are aiming to provide lucky guests of HotelTonight’s Spontaneity Suite.”
The Spontaneity Suite has already seen guests enjoy spectacular Yarra Valley vineyard views and will continue to roam the country in search of unique locations.
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