Something magical this way comes

The Hotel Windsor

The Hotel Windsor

Something magical this way comes

The wizards of a certain magical school have waved their wands over a suite at The Windsor, transforming it into a fantastical dwelling for witches and wizards. To coincide with the release of Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, just a few steps away from the hotel at the Princess Theatre, The Windsor has created a magical abode to enchant young and old fans alike.

The suite will be entirely refurbished with memorabilia from the magical wizarding world, with prints from the film’s original illustrators, wands from the lead characters, rare magical items and much, much more. It will be the only one of its kind in Melbourne, and is the sole chance for wizarding fans to live, sleep, and have a close encounter with these wondrous items!

Other magical surprises await.

The themed suite is currently intended to run for the duration of the play (starting Wednesday 16 January), and is on sale with prices starting from $699 for mid-week stays and $899 for stays on Friday and Saturday night for up to two guests. More details and photography will be released closer to the date.

For bookings, please visit www.thehotelwindsor.com.au.

The Hotel Windsor

A Melbourne institution, The Hotel Windsor has been enamouring guests since its establishment in 1883. Located on Spring Street, at the top of Bourke Street, in Melbourne’s vibrant East-End theatre district, the iconic, heritage-listed establishment features a grand staircase leading up to 180 timeless rooms and suites, fitted with an array of wonderful amenities and comforts befitting the Grand Dame of Melbourne.

Afternoon Tea, held in the elegant dining room, is Melbourne’s longest-running Afternoon Tea service, where guests can enjoy a traditional three-tiered stand of ribbon sandwiches, freshly-baked scones and French patisserie. A full dessert buffet experience with classic and modern cakes is served on weekends.

The Hotel Windsor – where the grandeur of Melbourne’s golden age meets modern timelessness.

 

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