A Very Primus Sydney Christmas
Celebrate the most magical time of the year at one of Sydney’s most magical destinations.
What could be better than spending Christmas Day with those you love the most? Spending it in the confines of luxury, with delicious food served with refreshing wines and Champagnes available with the wave of a hand.
The Primus Hotel Sydney will be hosting the city’s most incredible, festive, lunches for those guests who wish to experience Christmas Day they will never forget.
Embracing the season, Chef Daniel Menzies has curated a culinary journey that explores Australia and celebrates all the rich, native flavours and produce that this land has to offer.
While a traditional carvery station will be on hand, you can also indulge in the lighter more summer-inspired flavours of seafood, sushi and sashimi, salads and of course endless oysters.
Follow that with an array of delightful desserts, including an incredible, mouth-watering chocolate fountain.
To show just how special this day is, you’ll also receive a complimentary bottle of Veuve Cliquot upon arrival. Just to get the party started.
But what would Christmas be without Santa? Children (and young-at-heart adults) can enjoy a surprise visit from Father Christmas himself, with take-home gifts provided by the jolly man in red.
A special kids’ room is also on hand for entertainment.
Costs start at $199 per person, while children under 12 eat free with every adult. Additional children are at $65 per child.
To book your space at the Primus Hotel Sydney this Christmas, contact our incredible reservations team today on (02) 8027 8088.
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