PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney gets red-carpet ready

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney gets red-carpet ready for the 65th Annual Sydney Film Festival

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney gets red-carpet ready

For 12 days and nights this June, Sydney-siders will be amongst the first to take a peek at some of the world’s most exciting new feature films, short films, documentaries and animation at the internationally renowned 2018 Sydney Film Festival.

A major event on the NSW cultural calendar, venues right across Sydney will come alive thanks to an event-packed program filled with glamourous and entertaining premieres, talks and parties, screening more than 200 films not normally seen in multiplexes.

And PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney is delighted to be right in the heart of the action. For the fifth year running, Darling Harbour’s premier hotel is the Festival’s Official Accommodation Partner – an alliance which has seen the property welcome a raft of local and international acting talent, film-makers, directors, actors and film media through its doors.

This year is no exception, with PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney transformed into a collaborative hub for all things cinematic, as well as playing host to exclusive press interviews with Sydney Film Festival talent right across the event.

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney is located just minutes from many of Sydney’s key precincts. And with the Festival Hub at the Town Hall, plus China Town, Darling Park, Pitt Street Mall and King Street Wharf all within walking distance of the hotel, media and film guests will have easy access to all the Festival venues. The hotel also features a comprehensive array of amenities including the Club Floor and Lounge, Executive Rooms and acclaimed ABODE Bistro & Bar, offering a welcome sanctuary for Festival goers in need of a breather between screenings.

PARKROYAL Hotels & Resorts are owned by Pan Pacific Hotels Group, and Area General Manager, Kurt Otto Wehinger, is thrilled that PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney will continue its partnership with the Sydney Film Festival this year.

“We are really excited about supporting some of the most creative and inspirational talents in the Australian and International film industry and, at the same time, providing guests with a place to stay in a location that offers easy access to all the venues.”

“We have just renewed our partnership with the Festival for another 3 years including 2018, because we think it is entirely consistent with of one of PARKROYAL’s core commitments – namely to connect guests with local experiences. And they don’t come much bigger than the Sydney Film Festival – a pinnacle event in the city’s calendar,” he adds.

Exclusive Sydney Film Festival accommodation and dining offers.

Thinking about heading to this year’s Festival? Then take advantage of PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney fantastic Festival accommodation and dining offers.

Sydney Film Festival Accommodation Package.

Festival goers can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and daily buffet breakfast for up to two adults at BARKERS Restaurant, plus kids can stay and eat breakfast free too for bookings made from now until 17 June for stays between 6 and 17 June. Terms and conditions apply.

ABODE Bistro & Bar Dining Offer

From 5.00pm each day from 6 – 17 June, the hotel’s ABODE Bistro & Bar will also be offering a special two-course pre-theatre set menu, including a glass of house wine for $49. Bookings essential.

For more information about Sydney Film Festival accommodation and dining offers and the PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney please contact:

+61 2 9261 1188 or visit https://www.parkroyalhotels.com/en/hotels-resorts/australia/darling-harbour-sydney.html

 

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