August 18, 2015
Visitors to the Henty Machinery Field Days this year will have a chance to win the gate prize of accommodation for two at the beautiful Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens in Melbourne.
The hotel was recently awarded the Best Superior Accommodation 2015 for the Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA Victoria) awards.
Field Day visitors simply fill in the details on their entry tickets and place them in the barrel at the front of the main HMFD office.
The winner will be drawn on Thursday, September 24 at 4pm, and will receive accommodation for two for a two night stay, including a full buffet breakfast at HQ’s on William Restaurant.
Director of sales and marketing Colette Tobin said Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne was proud to be associated with the 2015 Henty Machinery Field Days.
“The field days is southern Australia’s biggest agricultural and outdoor event attracting crowds of 60,000 from across the nation and with 800 exhibitors on more than 1200 sites,’’ Ms Tobin said.
“It is appropriate then, there is an association and partnership between an award winning Hotel, and southern Australia’s biggest and best agricultural event.’’
Ms Tobin said the gate prize was an ideal opportunity to take in the football, tennis, shopping or theatre in Melbourne.
Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens is centrally located opposite the historic Flagstaff Gardens, next to the Queen Victoria Market and only minutes from Melbourne’s key locations including the Docklands and Etihad Stadium.
The hotel is easily accessible from CityLink, on the north-western side of the CBD.
With a 4.5 star rating, the hotel has 184 stylish guest rooms and offers the commitment of superior service backed by a 100 per cent guest satisfaction guarantee.
Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens guest rooms feature complimentary internet access, an LCD TV, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar and pillow menu in a comfortable and contemporary styled room.
HQ’s on William is the hotel’s popular restaurant and bar overlooking the picturesque Flagstaff Gardens.
Executive chef Leigh Robbins serves up classic favourites like fish and chips and the beef burger, but also surprises guests with dishes of his own creation like Morton Bay Bug Risotto and Lamb Shoulder Salad.
The main meals start at $25, giving great value for a quick meal before the game or celebratory drink after the game with friends.
Guests can also take a leisurely stroll in Flagstaff Gardens away from the main activities of Melbourne’s CBD, or take home a new wardrobe from Emporium or Melbourne Central, or select produce and a bargain from the world acclaimed Queen Victoria Market.
The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group was established in 2012 and is one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups.
The portfolio of the group includes more than 1300 hotels, a global footprint spanning 81 countries and territories, and employing more than 80,000 people.
For more details visit www.radisson.com/melbourneau