Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour Invites Guests to Indulge in a Night of Opera With La Traviata

  • Written by Angela Cowley


Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour is proud to be partnering with Opera Australia and will be offering guests a special accommodation package throughout the month of March.

Opera Australia's La Traviata begins its season at the Sydney Opera House on 1 March and throughout the month, guests can enjoy overnight accommodation in a Harbour View room, two B-reserve tickets to La Traviata and breakfast the next morning for $899. Garden View packages start from $799 per night.

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour's Q Dining restaurant will be running an exclusive pre-theatre menu with two and three-course options for guests and locals to enjoy. The menus feature dishes created from locally sourced, fresh seasonal produce and includes seared Hiramasa kingfish, Cone Bay barramundi, duck breast with salted pistachio, plus sweet treats such as chocolate fondant, crème brulee with pistachio ice-cream and rhubarb crumble. 

Opera Australia presents more than 600 performances for half a million people every year. The 2018 Opera Australia season runs throughout the year and will include performances of La Traviata, Don Quichotte, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, Aida and The Turk in Italy.

To book the Opera Australia accommodation package at Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, please call the reservation team on (02) 9256 4000.

For more information about Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour and AccorHotels, visit www.accorhotels.com   

For more information about the Opera Australia 2018 season, visit: www.opera.org.au

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