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Australia’s most indulgent hotel package will set you back $49,999 for just one night

Celebrate the new roaring twenties, in style, with the most indulgent hotel package in Australia at $49,999 for the night. Introducing the Grey Goose Hotel by Ovolo, a collaboration between The Inchcolm and Grey Goose Vodka which welcomes you and 39 of your closest friends to the most stylish and lavish event in the City. Think Gertrude Stein’s Paris salon, where Hemingway, Banksy, and Bowie would rub shoulders, combined with ‘the world’s best tasting Vodka’ on demand. All the glitz, all the glamour. Mingle privately at The Inchcolm Bar with a Grey Goose martini tower and 5-hour premium beverage package, then spoil your tastebuds with an exquisite 3 course dinner personally created by renowned chef Ian Curley or Masterchef winner Diana Chan, all to the sounds of a live Jazz Band or DJ, it’s your choice. “I look forward to creating a menu of approachable luxury that references the golden age of dining – perfectly paired with a Grey Goose martini of course. It will be rich and indulgent, much like this event.” said Diana Chan, 2017 MasterChef Australia winner. Guests will also have the opportunity to experience an intimate Martini Masterclass with Grey Goose’s Australian Brand Ambassador, learn from the finest on how to shuck an oyster and indulge in the world of caviar with one of the world’s best producers of caviar, Simon Johnson. Choose from a fine selection of imported caviar from Ars Italica®, Black Pearl, Gourmet House, including Oscietra, Baerii, Beluga and White Sturgeon caviar varietals offering the ultimate in luxury and celebration for your event. One night only, designed exclusively for you. “This event is the perfect marriage of luxury accommodation combined with an elevated drinking and dining experience. Imagine sipping on one of the most iconic classic cocktails in history within a very Gatsby-esque, exclusive setting. Perfection!” said Andrea Gualdi, Beverage Creative Director for Ovolo Hotels. Life is full of special moments, big and small, planned and spontaneous, and those moments need something worthy of the occasion – GREY GOOSE®, a vodka of unparalleled quality that’s made without compromise. The Grey Goose Hotel by Ovolo, a night without compromise to celebrate your special occasion in style, whether that be a corporate retreat, an indulgent gathering for friends, an intimate wedding – whatever your heart desires. Package details Full exclusive hotel access for one night only – starting at $49,999. Inclusive of but not limited to:
  • Valet parking
  • In-room styling
  • Grey Goose mini bar
  • Martini Masterclass with Grey Goose’s Australian Brand Ambassador
  • Oyster shucking class
  • Simon Johnson Caviar Indulgence
  • Grey Goose Martini Tower
  • Grey Goose ice sculpture
  • Choice of entertainment by a DJ or live Jazz Band
  • 5 hour premium beverage package
  • Roaming canapes
  • 3 course dinner
  • Person renowned chef
  • Complimentary breakfast

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. At that level I think they’ve got the psychological pricing the wrong way round. Guests who can pay that much don’t want to say “It was great value, it was under $50,000 a night.”

    Such is their disposable income and desire for quality, I think that they are more likely to want to say, “It had so much to offer that it was over $50,000 per night.”

    1. Don’t forget that we usually see a high price as an indicator of quality. Sometimes we are looking to pay more to guarantee the best. That last cent could make all the difference.

  2. One night but probably no where near 24 hours!

    I stayed somewhere last week where I couldn’t check in until 4pm and had to be gone by 10 am.

    If the Grey Goose Hotel operated on anything like those hours then the hourly rate will be phenomenal.

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