LUX­URY AT ITS FIVE STAR BEST AT SEBEL PIN­NA­CLE VAL­LEY RE­SORT IN THE VIC­TO­RIAN HIGH COUN­TRY

Alpine News - - Resorts Guide -

EX­CITE­MENT abounds at the re­cently up­graded Sebel Pin­na­cle Val­ley Re­sort in the Vic­to­rian High Coun­try. Five-star el­e­gance has ar­rived and to cel­e­brate the re­sort is of­fer­ing a fan­tas­tic open­ing Ski & Stay pack­age. Re­sort gen­eral man­ager, Dun­can Mars said the deal in­cludes two nights ac­com­mo­da­tion in a Stu­dio King Room, Sebel break­fast each morn­ing, a one-day re­sort en­try to Mt Buller (in­clud­ing bus trans­fer) and one-day ski equip­ment hire. “Rates start from $370 per per­son twin share - now that’s a great deal,” Dun­can says. Sit­u­ated in pic­turesque Mer­ri­jig, a two-and-a-halfhour drive from Mel­bourne and a short 30-minute drive from the pris­tine snow-cov­ered Mt Buller ski re­sort, the new-look Sebel Pin­na­cle Val­ley Re­sort pays homage to Euro­pean Alpine style. “Mt Buller has more than 300 hectares of ski­able ter­rain. “With the runs rang­ing from the wide be­gin­ner’s slopes to the chal­lenge of black runs like Chamois and the back of Sum­mit, suit­able for all skiers,” Dun­can said. “And with 22 lifts, Mt Buller has the largest lift net­work in Vic­to­ria, in­clud­ing 13 chair­lifts.” Dun­can out­lined that the re­cent $4 mil­lion make- over has seen this the Ac­cor Va­ca­tion Club’s Sebel Pin­na­cle Val­ley Re­sort morph from the much-loved Grand Mer­cure Pin­na­cle Val­ley into a wel­com­ing and lux­u­ri­ous Alpine Re­sort. “Guests will be en­chanted with the re­vamped re­cep­tion and Peaks restau­rant and bar with its mod­ern Ty­rolean feel,” he said. “The blue­stone fea­ture fire­places, rich choco­late Ch­ester lounges, raw tim­ber fur­nish­ings and luxe cus­tom-made car­pet add to the wel­com­ing warmth and Alpine charm. “The re­vamped suites and chalets of­fer a new stan­dard for alpine lux­ury. “You can choose from stu­dio rooms, one-bed­room suites or two bed­room chalets all with sep­a­rate lounge, din­ing and kitchen fa­cil­i­ties,” Dun­can said. “A mix of warm tim­ber floors and sump­tu­ous car­pets cover the floors while soft fur­nish­ings in sil­ver, grey and red adds an el­e­gance to the wellap­pointed space. “The Sebel prides it­self on its ex­cep­tional ser­vice and our highly-trained staff of­fer per­sonal ser­vice that is sec­ond to none.” Dun­can and his staff in­vite guests to en­joy a cock­tail in the bar or a de­li­cious cof­fee while loung­ing on the comfy couches in the atrium when their ski­ing day is done. “Or why not warm your aching mus­cles in the spa or sauna,” he sug­gests. The re­sort is owned by Ac­cor Va­ca­tion Club, es­tab­lished in 2001 and now with more than 31,000 mem­bers, which is a fully-owned sub­sidiary of Ac­cor Hotels. Be among the first to stay at this beau­ti­fully re­vamped re­sort. Book now on (03) 57775788 or email reser­va­tions@pvr.com.au. You can up­grade to a two-bed­room Chalet for an ex­tra $120 per night. (Sub­ject to avail­abil­ity, not valid with any other of­fer or dis­count. Rates are based on twin share, per per­son. Valid 2015 Ski Sea­son 05 June 2015 30th Septem­ber 2015 sub­ject to snow.) “The re­sort not only of­fers lux­ury ac­com­mo­da­tion but also ac­com­mo­dates all the needs for skiers and snow­board­ers with full ski, chain and cloth­ing hire,” Dun­can said. “All guest rooms in­clude a pri­vate ski dry­ing rooms.” “And it is not only the guests that ben­e­fit from these added ser­vices but the pub­lic can drop in on their way for ski hire or stop a while and en­joy the full ser­vices at our restau­rant. “The re­sort also caters for wed­dings and con­fer­ences and events of­fer­ing full ser­vice with a ded­i­cated wed­ding and events man­ager.” On­site ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude, 18 hole mini golf, in ground pool, spa, sauna, ten­nis, boat­ing and fish­ing in the re­sort’s lake and archery to name a few. “If your event is dur­ing the Ski sea­son, you don’t have to worry about your hav­ing your own equip­ment, as we have our very own Ski Hire fa­cil­ity which can cater for all your groups needs,” Dun­can ad­vised.

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