26 February Holiday Inn® Melbourne on Flinders reveals new Glamp-Inn experiences February 26, 2020 By Jenny Le General Holiday Inn, IHG 0 There is plenty on offer during the school holidays at Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders. The award winning Melbourne hotel is expanding its popular Glamp-Inn experience by opening its city rooftop terrace to families for the first time for a two hour Glamp-Inn Brunch. For those that would like to take their stay to the next level, they can do so with the newly launched Glamp-Inn Suite Escape. Kids will enjoy a world of make believe at the Temple & Webster styled tee-pee village at the Glamp-Inn Brunch for two hours of fun on Thursday 2 April from 11am to 1:00pm. The sun-drenched astroturfed pool terrace is the perfect place for parents to get their friends together for a great day out with the kids for only $45.00 for adults (adult ticket includes 2 children aged from 0-5 years old) And $20 for kids aged 5-15 years. Parents and kids will enjoy a sumptuous buffet and the grownups will be spoiled with free flowing mimosas. As we want our parents to leave happy and relaxed and ready to face the rest of the school holidays, each parent who attends will go home with a Garnier gift pack which includes a Micellar Cleansing Water, Fresh-Mix Tissue Mask and Hydra Bomb Eye Tissue Mask. Of course the kids won’t miss out on the free swag – they will get a special Holiday Inn Melbourne ‘Little Big Travellers’ kids pack. For the families that would like to extend the Glamp-Inn experience, they can do so with thevnewly launched ‘Glamp-Inn Suite Escape’ styled by leading Australian retailer Temple & Webster. Parents will be able to escape and enjoy the luxury of the Spencer Suite and beautiful Melbourne City views. The kids will be occupied with their own tee-pee filled with toys, books, blankets and pillows. After a great night’s sleep, a buffet breakfast has been included. Holiday Inn is a family friendly brand so kids 12 years and under eat free. There is plenty of choice for breakfast with a special pop up spread designed just for kids during the school holidays. All guests with children will be able to relax as the popular kids room will be opened from the 20th of March to the 24th of April. There will be games, books and a colouring station set up. Sandra Smith, General Manager, Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders said: “We like surprising and delighting our guests with experiences that they wouldn’t usually associate with a hotel in Melbourne. We’ve designed the Glamp-Inn experiences as a way for families and friends to connect in a really fun way. We can’t wait to welcome our ‘Little Big Travellers’ over the April break”. For guests who would like to book a place or learn more about the Glamp-Inn Brunch, they can do so at https://holidayinnmelbourne.com.au/promotions/glamp-inn-brunch/. To book a stay at Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders or the Glamp-Inn Suite Escape can either book through holidayinnmelbourne.com.au or call 138 388. Related Articles Expansion of the Work and Holiday Maker Visa Program From 2 September, the number of places available to Vietnamese citizens will increase from 200 to 1,500, meaning more people who can holiday, study and work here Boost for Urunga’s award winning Riverside Holiday Resort Member for Cowper Luke Hartsuyker today announced a $950,000 federal government grant for a big expansion of Urunga's award winning Riverside Holiday Resort. Canberra's Ovolo Nishi hotel reveals new rooms Ovolo Nishi (formerly Hotel Hotel) in Canberra's cultural precinct of NewActon, has unveiled 17 new micro-hotel rooms. ‘Holiday Here This Year’ - TV and Radio ads roll out Tourism Australia’s domestic campaign, Holiday Here This Year, was rolled out from 23 January and has gathered momentum with new TV advertisements hitting the screens in regional Australia the w/c 19 February. Accommodation Association of Australia reveals new members nationwide The Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) has received the backing of two of the nation's most important businesses, Quest Serviced Apartments and the Schwartz Family Company. AAoA VIC State Advisory Board met with The Minister for Tourism, Sport & Major Events The Accommodation Association Victorian State Advisory Board and members met with the Hon Martin Pakula MP, Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events at the newly opened Novotel Melbourne Central Hotel signature restaurant "Pretty Boy Italian Steak House" Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.