Australia’s first and original chocolate cafe, Max Brenner, is continuing to spread its unique chocolate culture across Australia with a series of new and exciting hotel partnerships.
Building on its already thriving brand presence, thanks to its 28 Chocolate Bars located throughout NSW, QLD, ACT and VIC, Max Brenner has teamed up with a selection of like-minded premium hotels in an effort to extend its existing marketing platform and reach out to a new wave of consumers. These include:
Stamford Hotels & Resorts; an exclusive Melt into Winter package, including overnight accommodation, $1 breakfast, car-parking or a $20 Food and Beverage voucher, plus the opportunity to purchase a Max Brenner Suckao – delivered directly to the hotel room for just $29. This includes a Suckao, two Suckao special spoons and 100g of milk chocolate ready to be melted into decadence.
To support this, Stamford Hotels & Resorts and Max Brenner have announced a Facebook promotion, giving fans the chance to win this truly indulgent package.
Blue Sydney (Taj Hotel); complimentary upgrades to the luxurious Marina View Room are currently available. This includes Max Brenner Romantic Spa Set, complete with an Ivory Coast Cocoa Butter Bubble Bath, Loves Me Loves Me Not (including 5 of Max Brenner’s signature pralines), I Love You Favourite: Milk Chocolate Cubes and 100% Dark Pure: Pure dark chocolate thins presented with a bottle of Sparkling Chandon.
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel; For a limited time only, the Bistro Fax Restaurant and Bar is offering guests Max Brenner’s luscious hot chocolate, served in the famous Hug Mug, as well as two exclusive Max Brenner Choctails (alcoholic chocolate cocktails); “Enjoy to the Max” and “Chocolate Revolution”.
“As a brand, we’re very excited to be venturing into the area of brand partnerships. For us, we feel this is a critical next step in evolving our brand and spreading our unique chocolate culture across a variety of consumer audiences”, says Yael Kaminski, General Manager, Max Brenner Australia.
Source = Max Brenner