Whether you are organising a work function or a gathering of friends to celebrate the festive season, Metro Hotel Ipswich International has the perfect choice of venues to enjoy a traditional hot Christmas buffet with all the festive trimmings.
For just $49 per person, guests will enjoy a full Christmas lunch or dinner including soup, mini beef wellingtons, turkey roulades with sage stuffing, baked ham with brown sugar mustard glaze, a medley of rosemary, thyme and sea salt roasted vegetables, and creamy mashed potato and salad. For an extra $10 per person, your Christmas fare could include a seafood option of tiger prawns and natural oysters. Follow this with traditional Christmas plum pudding and custard.
Metro Hotel Ipswich International can cater for any number from four to 220. Smaller groups of up to 26 people are welcome to book Harvest Restaurant and Bar or a private function room, and groups of 40 or more can book in a private function room (complimentary room hire).
All tables will be decorated to reflect the Christmas spirit complete with festive table decorations and bon bons. Beverage packages, bar tab and cash options are also available.
Those wishing to truly enjoy the spirit of Christmas can book in and stay the night with accommodation from $130 for bed and breakfast, with free overnight car parking available.
Rated four and half stars, Metro Hotel Ipswich International is boutique in size but equipped with all the facilities of a much larger hotel. This six-storey hotel overlooks pristine parklands, offering 97 rooms including nine one-bedroom Serviced Apartments, two Executive Spa Suites, 68 Superior Rooms and 16 Deluxe Rooms.
For reservations, email [email protected] or call (07) 3812 8077 but be quick – limited dates are available!
Metro Hotels is the public face of Transmetro Corporation, an Australian owned public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. The group offers a national accommodation network of properties in key locations and major cities across Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gladstone, Perth and Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory.