Up to six people can dine and relax in their own private, riverfront suite for the evening.
General Manager of Burnett Riverside Hotel, Marcus Sorbello, said the suites offered a few hours of first-class wining and dining without the mess of cleaning up.
“This is a private dining suite experience, so you have a bedroom in there, own bathroom, a balcony out over the river, a lounge room, and a large table that can seat up to six,” Mr Sorbello said.
“You pre-order your drinks, so they’re in there ready to go and it’s, basically, your own little apartment for the night.”
“The benefit of all this, is that you can sit on the couch and have a drink before dinner, and then be out on the balcony having a chat, and it really gives you the freedom to have a dinner party without having to clean up.”
For $400 you can host up to six people in your own private, riverfront suite.
Included in that is private access to wait staff, amenities, lounge, balcony and a la carte and drinks menus.
Mr Sorbello said given the option you could also choose to stay overnight.
“We’ve had a few of these already and they’ve all been extremely positive,” Mr Sorbello said.
“It’s only a $400 minimum spend and then you’ve got the room from 6-10pm, but you can use the room until 11pm. For an extra $90 you get the room for the night.”
“It’s a new spin on in-room dining and private function hire and if you want a six-person private dinner it’s the way to go.”
Mr Sorbello also noted that happy hour was returning to Burnett Riverside Hotel from 4:30 to 5:30pm Friday, 17 July onwards.
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