Planning something further afield for Easter than an Easter egg hunt in back garden this year? Heading out for a springtime Easter weekend can be a welcome way to make the most of the school holidays, lighter days and milder weather. With long weekends coming up, if plans have not been made yet, people will need some inspiration on how to spend it, and here’s a quick run down.
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Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
Wake up to breathtaking views of the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge or Darling Harbour each morning. You will be spoiled for choice at the Shangri-La Hotel, with a day spa, fitness centre and indoor pool at your disposal.
The Shangri-la Sydney is located in the historic Rocks area, where Europeans first settled in Australia in 1788. This enviable location is just 5 minutes’ walk from both the Sydney Opera House and the MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art).
After a day of sightseeing, you can relax in the bathtub of your lavish marble bathroom. All rooms include free Wi-Fi and an iPod dock, as well as fluffy bathrobes and slippers.
Emporium Hotel, Brisbane
The rooftop terrace at this luxury boutique hotel features a heated 15-metre pool with sun loungers and views of Brisbane city centre. Guests can enjoy 24-hour in-suite dining and drinks at the cocktail bar.
All rooms at Emporium Hotel Brisbane feature a state-of-the-art entertainment system, including a 42-inch plasma-screen TV, Bose stereo system, movies-on-demand and 10 free cable TV channels.
Guests will find a marble kitchenette and private laundry facilities in every suite. Each private bathroom has a glass-enclosed marble shower and luxury Molton Brown toiletries. Some suites include a spa bath.
Fraser Suites, Perth
Overlooking the Swan River in East Perth, Fraser Suites is a 5-minute walk from the WACA Cricket Ground. Burswood Entertainment Complex and the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre are a 5-minute drive away.
All 1-bedroom apartments are air-conditioned and include open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas. Each includes a 40-inch LCD TV, DVD player, iPod docking station, work desk and an in-room safe.
Guests can dine at Heirloom restaurant, which offers a menu designed by celebrity chef Pete Evans. You can also enjoy a drink at the Lobby Bar.
Perth Fraser Suites are situated within Perth’s “Free-Transit Zone”, allowing guests to catch hop-on and hop-off city buses for free. The property offers secure car parking.
Sticky Rice Villas, Adelaide
Located in Stirling, Sticky Rice Villas offers eco-friendly accommodation with free WiFi. Sticky Rice Villas Stirling is within a 10-minute drive of both Mount Lofty Botanic Garden and Cleland National Park.
The air-conditioned villas feature 1-bedroom and a dining and lounge area with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player and an iPod docking station. The en suite bathroom offers a bathtub, fluffy bath robes, slippers and free toiletries.
A private chef is available, and you can also take a class at the onsite cooking school.
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