The perfect Sunday at the Primus

Treat yourself to the perfect Sunday morning, Primus style.

The occasional indulgence is good for the soul. Staycations, a weekend in the city, or even passing through – it’s important to take the time to treat yourself.

Which is where the Primus Hotel Sydney comes in.

Give your mind, body, and spirit some much-needed nourishment, provided by the Primus Hotel Sydney team, with a weekend spent dining on delicious food, flavourful cocktails and one of the best Sunday morning sleep ins you will have all year.

And what makes for a perfect Sunday morning?

Comfort, for starters. And nothing says comfort like one of our Deluxe King suites, which comes with an incredible King Size bed, 42 inch LED TV and the added luxury of a chaise lounge to watch it from.

Then there’s the opportunity to have someone deliver a piping hot fresh breakfast. Peruse the menu and have your choice of breakfast in bed, served with coffee, fresh juice. Or even bubbles if you’re that way inclined.

But of course, the one thing that really makes the perfect Sunday is the opportunity to stay in bed. When you make your booking, let our front desk know that you require some much needed R&R and they can organise a late check out. Giving you the chance to linger, lay in, and laze about in the luxury of one the city’s most stunning five star properties.

To organise your perfect Sunday sleep-in, contact our reservations department either by email or call us on 02 8027 800.

 

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