SKYE Suites Sydney launches ‘Spring into SKYE’

Here's how you can win at a stay at one of three Sydney SKYE Suites for you and nine mates.

What better way to celebrate the easing of lockdown than with nine of your nearest and dearest, in a swanky hotel suite with brunch and a bottle of rosé to boot?

SKYE Suites has teamed up with Sydney Weekender to offer viewers the chance to win a ‘Spring into SKYE’ package for them and nine mates.

The winner will get to choose which of Sydney’s three SKYE Suites properties will host the group, with options in Green Square, Parramatta, and Sydney CBD.

In addition to two night’s stay in plush accommodations, the party will be treated to a tasty brunch from STIX Marrickville, complete with a chilled magnum of AIX Rosé and there’s also a well-stocked minibar on hand.

The competition airs at 5:30pm this Sunday, 17 October on Channel 7 and on the PRIME Network across NSW and ACT, and again the following Sunday on 7TWO.

For those looking to create their own reunion, the SKYE Suites ‘Spring into SKYE’ package will be available across all three properties, offering overnight accommodation in an apartment style hotel room, a late check out at noon, and a STIX picnic hamper for two with bottle of AIX Rosé and a map of the best local parks.

All SKYE Suites properties feature the signature modern and minimalist design of architect Koichi Takada. Ideal for groups, the self-contained studio suites start at 45 square metres up to 75 square metres for a three-bedroom suite. Facilities include fitness centre and swimming pool, and all three Sydney properties are conveniently located to local dining hubs, public transport, and business and conference centres.

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