Win a staycation complete with in-room cocktail hunt
Cocktail Porter’s premium handcrafted bottled cocktails are now available in-room at QT Sydney and QT Bondi. To celebrate, guests can go in the chance to win the ultimate hide and seek QT Sydney Staycation complete with a Cocktail Porter in-room cocktail bottle hunt, fully stocked mini bar, and dinner for two at Parlour Cucina. To enter, visit the QT Sydney and QT Bondi competition pages.
The competition will run from 14 July–27 July with the winner being announced on 28 July. To win, entrants are asked to get creative and write in 25 words or less if QT were a cocktail, which one it would be and why.
The winner has the choice of being put up in the lavish QT Sydney Corner Suite or beach-chic QT Bondi Gould Suite, complete with an in-room bottle hunt where the more bottles the guests find the more they get to enjoy, followed by dinner for two at QT Sydney’s Italian eatery, Parlour Cucina, valued at $1,220.
Cocktail Porter’s founder, Cameron Northway, said: “We have been waiting for the perfect time to finally kick off our exciting partnership with QT Sydney and QT Bondi, bringing two forward-thinking food, beverage and hospitality brands together. As people explore the best of their own backyard, we want to inject even more fun and vibrancy into the staycation experience for guests with an in-room cocktail experience designed by the world's best bartenders”.
Just like having a bartender on hand, QT guests will have the ease and convenience of quality pre-batched cocktails in the comfort of their rooms, meaning less prep and more time to play. Guests can choose from the full range of ready-to-drink bottled cocktails including the Blood Orange Negroni, Gin Martini, Elderflower Gimlet, and Salted Honey Old Fashioned.
The QT partnership follows a hugely successful few months for Cocktail Porter. The locally founded brand saw a significant increase in orders to deliver their handcrafted DIY cocktail kits and bar-worthy bottled cocktails straight to people’s doors during the Australian COVID-19 lockdown period.