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Peppers Invites You to Spice up the Romance

Peppers Invites You to Spice up the Romance This Valentines Day


With an exquisite selection of retreats and resorts in Australia and New Zealand’s most romantic destinations, Peppers is the perfect choice to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14.

From chic hotels to coastal resorts or quaint country retreats, Peppers offers a getaway to suit every couple’s idea of romance. Peppers’ dedication to fine food and wine completes the romantic experience with superb dining options included:

Suite Seaduction at Soul Surfers Paradise
It’s a case of ‘suite seaduction’ at Soul Surfers Paradise (managed by Peppers) combining an indulgent stay in a three-bedroom Sub-Penthouse Suite with a superb 5-course degustation in the award winning Seaduction restaurant for a decadent Valentines evening to remember. Seaduction Restaurant and Bar offers spectacular panoramic views across Surfers Paradise beach and for $145* per person, begin the romance with a welcome cocktail followed by a mouth-watering five-course menu topped off with the famous Seaduction lollipops with liquid strawberries and cream. The Three Bedroom Sub-Penthouse Suite boasts the pinnacle of sophistication on the Gold Coast from $1262* per night. *Conditions apply. For bookings call (07) 5635 5746 and further information visit www.peppers.com.au/soul-surfers-paradise.

Cosy up at the Convent
This beautifully restored former Brigidine nun’s convent has just completed another million dollar refurbishment and boasts one of the most romantic settings in the Valley. Peppers Convent has a number of tempting packages designed to make your Valentine’s Day extra special in this stylish country retreat which has been nominated in the 2014 World Luxury Hotel Awards – an invitation only accolade! Stay in a Deluxe Room from $650* per night or a Superior Room from $700* per night and receive a Traditional Devonshire Tea for two, a pre-dinner drink, a glass of Tattinger for two in the lounge or on the deck, a two-course dinner at Roberts Circa 1876 restaurant (excluding beverages) on one night, a romantic turn-down service including strawberries and rose petals, and full breakfast for two. *Conditions apply. Valid for sale until 14/2/14 and travel only on 14/2/14. Call (02) 4998 4999 or email convent@peppers.com.au. Further information visit www.peppers.com.au/convent

A little Salt ‘n’ Pepper
Relax in an atmosphere of beachside bliss at Peppers Salt Resort Kingscliff and share a romantic dinner this Valentine’s Day. For $150* per couple, indulge in a candlelit dinner in a private booth at the renowned Season Restaurant with a ‘Chef’s Selection’ four-course degustation served on share plates. Matching wine packages are $32 extra per person. Choose to make a night of it and stay in a Resort Room from $199* per night, including a full buffet breakfast at Season, complimentary Wi-Fi and in-room movies. During the month of love, also receive 10% off* your food bill when dining from the dinner menu before 6.30pm throughout February. *Conditions apply. Call 02 6674 7766 or email season@peppers.com.au. Further information visit www.peppers.com.au/salt

Take the plunge in the Gold Coast hinterland
Located just 40 minutes from Surfers Paradise, this architecturally stunning retreat is ideal for lovebirds looking for a hinterland escape. Catering exclusively for guests aged 14 and over, the retreat is offering a special romance package throughout the month of February. Staying in a superb Tree House Villa complete with your own plunge pool overlooking the stunning hinterland, the package also includes a bottle of French sparkling and a fruit basket on arrival, a three-course dinner for two (excluding beverages) in the award-winning restaurant Vue 185, full breakfast for two and an evening turndown with port and Ruffles chocolate, priced from $709 per night. *Conditions apply. Valid for sale and travel until 28/2/14. Minimum two-night stay on weekends. For bookings call 07 5546 7411 or email ruffleslodge@peppers.com.au. Further information visitwww.peppers.com.au/ruffles-lodge

Romance in the Tropics
Overlooking a stunning palm-fringed beach, Peppers Beach Club & Spa at Palm Cove has crafted a special Valentine’s Day Dinner for $79* per person at the resort’s signature restaurant Lime & Pepper, with the option to stay overnight from $179* per couple in a Lagoon Spa Room. The romantic three course gourmet dinner, from 6pm, features the sumptuous flavours of the tropics and is accompanied by a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine looking out over Palm Cove Beach and the Coral Sea. Pack your bags and stay overnight, enjoying Daintree chocolates on arrival and full buffet breakfast for two. *Conditions apply. Subject to availability. Call (07) 4059 9275 or email events.palmcove@peppers.com.au. Further information visit www.peppers.com.au/beach-club-spa

Magnetic Attraction
Spoil yourselves this Valentine’s Day with a romantic island offering just 25 minutes over the water from Townsville at Peppers Blue on Blue Resort on Magnetic Island. For $55* per person, dine at the five-star Boardwalk Restaurant & Bar with a two-course dinner menu by Executive Chef Rodney Smith featuring a delicious dessert to share of raspberry and white chocolate strudel with berry compote, as well as a glass of bubbly on arrival, not to mention stunning tropical sunset views. Wrap up the transport details with a Dinner & Ferry Package including return transfers from Townsville from $82.50* per person. And for the icing on the cake, treat your special someone to a night to remember for an additional $189* per night including accommodation in a Hotel Superior Room and breakfast. *Conditions apply. Subject to availability. Valid 14/2/14 only. Bookings essential. Call 07 4758 2400 or email blueonblue@peppers.com.au. Further information visit www.peppers.com.au/blue-on-blue

Amorous in Airlie :
Enjoy a sensational weekend away for two in a luxury one bedroom spa apartment with magnificent water views across the Whitsunday Passage. Celebrate with a bottle of sparkling wine and chocolate dipped strawberries on arrival and book a romantic dinner in Tide Restaurant to receive a complimentary ‘Cocktail Passport’ – a list of ten cocktails for you to enjoy throughout your weekend stay. Enjoy a leisurely hot breakfast each morning and a late check out on departure at noon. Priced from $490 per couple* for two nights. For bookings call 07 4962 5100. Further information visit www.peppers.com.au/airlie-beach
*Offer available on 13,14 & 15 Feb 2014, Minimum two night stay, Conditions apply

ABOUT PEPPERS RETREATS, RESORTS & HOTELS
Peppers is Mantra Group’s luxury level brand of accommodation. There are 30 Peppers Retreats, Resorts and Hotels in Australia and New Zealand in regional areas, resort destinations and metropolitan locations with the first Peppers in Fiji due to open in 2014. All offer a level of boutique style and quality to meet the expectations of the most discerning traveller. www.peppers.com.au

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