Kiwi Collection has provided a fabulous gal-pal getaway in New York City for this month's Sex and the City 2 Sweepstakes. Warner Bros., affirming Kiwi Collection's role as the world's leading hotel authority, selected the recently-rebranded luxury travel provider to arrange a freewheeling, high-heeled blowout at the meeting place made iconic in the Sex and the City TV series - The Plaza Hotel.
The package, worth USD $5,000, includes two round-trip tickets to New York City, three nights at the Plaza, spa and salon services for two, and afternoon tea at The Palm Court.
Following up on the past success of the first Sex and the City movie (which grossed USD $415 million worldwide) Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda are back, and this time they're bringing all their scandalous misadventures to Abu Dhabi.
The interactive promotion is a conjoined effort between online ticket retailer Fandango, Warner Bros., and Kiwi Collection, and is estimated to create exposure in excess of USD $100,000.
The promotion runs until June 14, 2010.
About KIWI COLLECTION INC.
Kiwi Collection, headquartered in Vancouver, with offices in Sydney and London, is an independent curator of hotels founded by people with a passion for travel. Every hotel, including those belonging to many well-known international brands, is personally reviewed before being invited to join. Hotels cannot pay to be included in the collection, and are if they no longer meet Kiwi Collection's strict criteria. The collection currently features 2100 hotels in 126 countries.
Kiwi Collection was incorporated in 2003 to provide mass affluent travelers and travel agents with an up-to-date, unbiased, and trusted resource ofthe finest hotels around the globe. The portfolio reaches its target audience through strategic partnerships and online via kiwicollection.com, which includes Wow Travel, Kiwi Collection's Digital Travel & Lifestyle Magazine. Kiwi Collection's large format coffee table book series Overnight Sensations: Hotels for the Discerning Traveler is edited by co-founder and president, Philippe Kjellgren, and is published and distributed globally by San Francisco's Chronicle Books. http://www.kiwicollection.com