The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel Launches Water @ Pier One Sydney Conference Centre and ‘Business with Class’ Promotion

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The Sebel Pier One has unveiled their new Sydney conference and function venue with a chance to win two business class tickets to anywhere in the world.

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Water @ Pier One Sydney Function Centre

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To celebrate the opening of The Sebel Pier One’s spectacular new Sydney conference centre Water @ Pier One, the Sydney hotel has unveiled a ‘Business with Class’ promotion which will see one lucky winner and a guest jet off with Etihad Airways in the award-winning luxury of Pearl Business Class to the destination of their dreams.

To enter the Business with Class promotion, conference, event and meeting organisers need to simply book a residential conference in the hotel’s new Sydney conference centre, Water @ Pier One between 1 January and 31 July 2013, spend more than $5000 and book 10 room nights or more, to go into the draw to win two Pearl Business Class return tickets to anywhere in the world on the Etihad Airways network.

The higher the dollar spend, the more entries into the draw the conference booker receives. Spend $10,000-$19,999 and gain 2 entries into the draw; $20,000-$29,999 and receive 4 entries. For those that spend over $50,000, a maximum of 10 entries will be entered into the draw.

Launched last night (1 November) at the hotel’s unveiling of its new conference facilities, Business with Class is the most significant business events promotion The Sebel Pier One Sydney has undertaken and it’s designed to reward conference bookers while offering meeting planners Sydney’s most spectacular meeting and event facility.

After a massive redevelopment of the old Harbour Watch conference rooms, the new Water @ Pier One Sydney’s function space was officially opened to great fanfare, and is already proving to be the most sought after Sydney function venue for cocktail parties, product launches, conferences, events, gala lunches and dinners.

Situated at the front of the Pier and with expansive wrap-around glass windows, Water @ Pier One enjoys unrivalled views of Sydney Harbour, Luna Park, the Harbour Bridge and the evening lights of North Sydney, which all combine to create a breathtaking backdrop for Sydney functions and events.

The space can cater for up to 168 people cabaret-style, 220 banquet-style, 300 theatre-style and 440 people cocktail-style.

The Sebel Pier One Sydney now has eight dedicated, state-of-the-art wedding reception and conference rooms, all with floor to ceiling windows, dramatically increasing the hotel’s conference capacity and cementing it as a world-class meeting and Sydney event venue.

General Manager for The Sebel Pier One Sydney, Michael Sheridan, says the new conference centre is already making a huge impact on the hotel and guests have been blown away by the beauty and openness of the space.

“The feedback we’ve had since re-opening the conference space has been overwhelmingly positive. People just can’t draw their gaze away from the water and the Harbour Bridge which can be appreciated from all angles of the room.

“Already we’ve had an enormous amount of interest in the facility, from the local and international market and it’s exciting to be able to offer such an outstanding venue which really showcases the essence of Sydney.

“For event organisers who really want to make a statement, Water @ Pier One will undoubtedly provide a memorable backdrop to an outstanding occasion. And, with our new Business with Class promotion, there is even more reason to look to us.”

For further details on the Business with Class promotion and terms and conditions, head to

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