Want three times more value for your next event? Take advantage of Marriott’s hot deal before it’s too late!

Good things happen in threes, right? Three wishes, three-day weekends, three courses! Marriott International wants to up the ante on its already awesome event planning tools by boosting planner perks by 3.
The Westin Sydney.

Good things happen in threes, right? Three wishes, three-day weekends, three courses! Marriott International wants to up the ante on its already awesome event planning tools by boosting planner perks by 3.

If you book your event at any participating Marriott Rewards® or SPG® hotel or resort in Asia-Pacific before 15 September 2018, Marriott will make the good times roll for you and your delegates.

So how does it work?

Planners can choose from a list of rewards, including five per cent off master billed rooms, complimentary internet in meeting rooms, Triple Marriott Rewards points or Starpoints, one complimentary room night for every 25 paid nights, or one complimentary room upgrade for one night for every 25 paid room nights.

To take advantage of the offer, the event must take place before the 30 September 2018, with all Sydney properties participating in the promotion.

Want three times more value for your next event? Choose from one of these participating properties and reap the rewards today. Each offers access to a wide range of spaces that can accommodate any type of group, all alongside stunning views of Sydney’s landmarks, harbour and parks and best-in-class food and beverage offerings.

Sheraton on the Park

Guests at this property can indulge in a new level of luxury and personalised service following an extensive $40 million renovation of the hotel’s 558 guest rooms and Executive Club Lounge. Brought to life by acclaimed interior artist Joseph Pang, the newly designed hotel will offer planners an elegant setting for meetings and events. With a choice of 18 versatile meeting and event spaces, Sheraton on the Park is the ideal CBD location for a meeting, corporate event or celebration.

Fun hotel fact: Did you know that the bronze statues outside the Sheraton on the Park are called the Angels of Hospitality?

Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay

This stylish hotel is just a short walk away from Sydney Harbour. With the completion of a multi- million dollar refurbishment and the launch of Silvester’s a new bar and restaurant, the hotel helped revitalise Circular Quay as a Sydney hot spot. From boardroom meetings to large scale conferences and events, the hotel offers 14 event spaces, filled with natural light.

Fun hotel fact: Did you know that Customs House Bar that is attached to the hotel is over 160 years old and still features the original mahogany bar.

The Westin Sydney

A beautiful hotel housed in Sydney’s historic General Post Office in the very centre of the CBD and on the doorstep of the city’s finest shopping, restaurant and tourist attractions. The hotel can cater to events of all sizes, with two ballrooms, as well as the Heritage Conference Centre which is home to eight smaller meeting and breakout spaces.

Fun hotel fact: Did you know that the General Post Office building (in which The Westin Sydney is housed) took 25 years to complete?

Pier One Sydney Harbour, Autograph Collection

Planners looking for water views should head here. The hotel offers three modern conference rooms, two of which offer sweeping views over Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Each meeting room hire is complemented by customised catering from the culinary team and the expertise and assistance of a professional planner.

Fun hotel fact: Did you know that Pier One has pet friendly rooms? You can even get a mini-bar stocked with pet friendly treats.

Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Central Park

Having opened last Wednesday the 8th of August, Marriott International’s newest property in Sydney will offer customers seven meeting spaces with pre-function space, AV equipment and high-speed internet access. Located in Sydney’s trendy Central Park district, the hotel will be in walking distance from vibrant bars, cafes, shops and galleries.

Fun hotel fact: The Central Park district is built on the former Carlton United Brewery site. Anyone feel like a beverage?

Learn more at marriott-meetings.com/powerofthree and spg.com/powerofthree.

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