Indulge for a Night in Macarthur

Published on : Tuesday, November 11, 2014

unnamed-24-200x300The 4.5-star Rydges Campbelltown in the Macarthur region is offering couples a new, one-night indulgence package including chocolates, sparkling wine, dinner, breakfast, a late checkout and free wi-fi.
Positioned near the Campbelltown Arts Centre and popular cafes in the area’s events precinct less than one hour from the Sydney CBD and catering to both the leisure and corporate markets, Rydges Campbelltown offers 116 contemporary rooms with signature Rydges ‘Dream Beds’ and the Infusion fine dining restaurant and craft brewery which produces locally inspired ales.
Rydges Campbelltown also offers the events and meetings industry an experienced team of event professionals, with three function rooms at Rydges Campbelltown and six event spaces at the adjacent Campbelltown Catholic Club and Cube Convention and Entertainment Centre, which all form part of the one conference precinct. Campbelltown Arts Centre is also nearby.
The Infusion Dining Package includes one night’s accommodation, chocolates and sparkling wine on arrival, a two-course dinner for two or high tea for two in the hotel’s Infusion restaurant, full buffet breakfast, a 1pm checkout and free wi-fi and is available from $299 per room on Fridays and $329 on Saturdays.


The offer is subject to conditions and availability.
Rydges Campbelltown was one of 10 NSW hotels to be a finalist in the Sydney Superior Accommodation Hotel of the Year category of the Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA) NSW Awards for Excellence in July this year.


Rydges Campbelltown’s popular Infusion restaurant was also one of 10 hotel eateries selected as finalists in the Metropolitan Restaurant of the Year category.


And French executive chef at Infusion, Loic Lemaitre, was one of 10 hotel chefs in NSW to be nominated for TAA’s Chef of the Year award.
Attractions and activities in the surrounding Macarthur region include horseriding, hot air ballooning, aerobatic flights, art galleries, farm tours, wineries, ghost tours of haunted inns, the biggest botanic garden in Australia and colonial mansions.

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