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W Brisbane is bringing Bali to you

W Brisbane is serving up a slice of our fave island destination, inviting you to sip a pink W coconut from a hammock poolside

It’s time to leave the thoughts of travel restrictions and airport security, economy food and a six-hour-flight you can now take in a Bali vacay just up the road at the W Brisbane including the swaying palm trees.

Kicking off on November 12 through until December 20, W Brisbane is serving up a slice of our fave island destination, inviting locals and interstate guest to sip a pink W coconut from a hammock poolside overlooking the stunning Brisbane skyline.

Haldon Philp, General Manager of the W Brisbane, said: “We have all experienced the challenges and disappointment brought on by the limitations on overseas travel because of COVID-19 pandemic, so Marriot International is bringing together the world’s most exciting destinations”.

“Millions of Australians flock to Bali each year for the sun, surf and relaxation, and W Bali-Seminyak is the number one luxury lifestyle hotel in Bali. It’s the ultimate pairing to bring the best of W Bali-Seminyak to W Brisbane as Queenslanders love Bali and are craving the feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation the island is known for. Brisbane locals can hit up WET Deck for cocktails and tunes, whilst interstate guests can visit for a full weekend of Bali vibes.”

Stepping out onto the famous W Brisbane’s WET Deck, you will be transported to a riverside paradise, sip cocktails from bean bags or swinging hammocks overlooking the Brisbane River. Vibrant palm trees, tropical greenery, lantern lighting and bright Balinese umbrellas that recreate iconic scenes from Seminyak Beach.

It wouldn’t be a Bali vacay without Bintang beer and floating trays for guests to live it up in the pool while sipping cocktails and enjoying delicious bites.

Also being served alongside their insta worthy cocktails will be mouthwatering Indonesian food such as Sumatran Beef Rendang and Kung Pao Chicken Noodle and the cocktail menu will also be transported directly from WOOBAR with the signature Flower Mojito, Pink Slushy and the famous coconut cart.

Guests who stay and play at W Brisbane Thursday to Sunday from November 12 to December 20, 2020, will be automatically entered into the draw to win return flights for two to Bali.

With a five-night stay at W Bali-Seminyak in an ocean-facing Escape Room, including breakfast for two, for when those international borders reopen.

#YourDreamDestinationAwaits visit wbrisbane.com for all of the deets.

W Brisbane is bringing Bali to you

Gold Coast Magazine
Gold Coast Magazine

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W Brisbane is bringing Bali to you

W Brisbane is serving up a slice of our fave island destination, inviting you to sip a pink W coconut from a hammock poolside

It’s time to leave the thoughts of travel restrictions and airport security, economy food and a six-hour-flight you can now take in a Bali vacay just up the road at the W Brisbane including the swaying palm trees.

Kicking off on November 12 through until December 20, W Brisbane is serving up a slice of our fave island destination, inviting locals and interstate guest to sip a pink W coconut from a hammock poolside overlooking the stunning Brisbane skyline.

Haldon Philp, General Manager of the W Brisbane, said: “We have all experienced the challenges and disappointment brought on by the limitations on overseas travel because of COVID-19 pandemic, so Marriot International is bringing together the world’s most exciting destinations”.

“Millions of Australians flock to Bali each year for the sun, surf and relaxation, and W Bali-Seminyak is the number one luxury lifestyle hotel in Bali. It’s the ultimate pairing to bring the best of W Bali-Seminyak to W Brisbane as Queenslanders love Bali and are craving the feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation the island is known for. Brisbane locals can hit up WET Deck for cocktails and tunes, whilst interstate guests can visit for a full weekend of Bali vibes.”

Stepping out onto the famous W Brisbane’s WET Deck, you will be transported to a riverside paradise, sip cocktails from bean bags or swinging hammocks overlooking the Brisbane River. Vibrant palm trees, tropical greenery, lantern lighting and bright Balinese umbrellas that recreate iconic scenes from Seminyak Beach.

It wouldn’t be a Bali vacay without Bintang beer and floating trays for guests to live it up in the pool while sipping cocktails and enjoying delicious bites.

Also being served alongside their insta worthy cocktails will be mouthwatering Indonesian food such as Sumatran Beef Rendang and Kung Pao Chicken Noodle and the cocktail menu will also be transported directly from WOOBAR with the signature Flower Mojito, Pink Slushy and the famous coconut cart.

Guests who stay and play at W Brisbane Thursday to Sunday from November 12 to December 20, 2020, will be automatically entered into the draw to win return flights for two to Bali.

With a five-night stay at W Bali-Seminyak in an ocean-facing Escape Room, including breakfast for two, for when those international borders reopen.

#YourDreamDestinationAwaits visit wbrisbane.com for all of the deets.

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Gold Coast Magazine

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Our in-house team and affiliates bringing you the latest in Culture, Lifestyle and Entertainment from around the globe and the great stories of the Gold Coast