Make a reservation at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour to win the Golden Ticket


One lucky person will get the Golden Ticket of a lifetime on the occasion of this decade’s most anticipated opening of the luxury hotel Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour.

The Golden Ticket includes exclusive prize giveaway, 3-night accommodation at the Darling Harbour, and nine double-passes to events and key Sydney attractions. Some of the events include a private helicopter flight over Sydney, Russian National Ballet: Romeo and Juliet, a soccer match between to Arsenal FC and Sydney FC, and more. Visit Golden Ticket to get the full list of experiences.

You can book online at AccorHotels for staying at the hotel from November 1, 2017. You can make the reservations until June 4, but the chance of winning the Golden Ticket will be offered to those who book before May 30.

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Greg Brady, the hotel’s General Manager, were thrilled for making remarkable progress for the opening of the landmark hotel. He described eh hotel as the proud of Sydney because it showcases the very best of the city.

According to Mr Brady, the Darling Harbour is the epitome of the quality accommodation required by the tourism economy of the city. He confidently said that that it would be among the most luxurious lodging in Sydney because of its innovation design and iconic location.

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Situated in the centre of Darling Harbour, the hotel is likely to be the newest icon in the vibrant city after its opening in less than seven months. The authority hopes that people will choose as the ultimate destination for accommodation and dining.

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