Zeta Bar, Sydney Hilton


Zeta Bar, Sydney Hilton

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Sydney Hilton Zeta Bar

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Promotions

Coney Island

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Zeta Bar - Hilton Hotel Sydney gets Coney Island Mermaid


The promo from Hilton reads: "Zeta`s "CONEY ISLAND" is our exciting new Friday Nights concept. Experience evenings of the unexpected, perfectly paradoxical and the weird and wonderful, with extravagant entertainment and a creative mix of classic cocktails with progressive and fun elements."
It was all of that and more.

We learned that it was all mixed with a specially concocted range of classic cocktails with a twist, like Cosmopolitan Candy Floss, Toffee Apple Martinis and Long Island Iced Tea snow cones and much, much more.

Earlier this eventing the team at Human Statue Bodyart created a Human - Extreme Mermaid which once made up entertained, danced and delighted patrons at Hilton's famous Zeta Bar.

Model Anastasia was painted and made up by the team of artists including Eva Rinaldi, Salvatore and Antonella Erba.

The Coney Island theme was a big hit and mermaid fans will be pleased to hear that yet another mermaid, tipped to be wearing a red number, will be entertaining patrons at the Zeta tomorrow (Friday) evening.

Well done to everyone involved in the mega success of the Coney Island promotion and we're sure the mermaid is just the right bait to keep patrons coming back for more.

It's all there for the taking at Hilton's little slice of paradise in Sydney's CBD.

Websites
Hilton Hotel Sydney www.hiltonsydney.com.au
Zeta Bar www.zetabar.com.au
Human Statue Bodyart www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

 

 

 

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Extreme Cabaret Zeta Bar Hilton Halloween Girl - 28th October 2011

Sydney’s Zeta Bar at the Hilton Hotel got a bit of a leg up on the other Halloween themed entertainment tonight as their extreme cabaret unleashed Halloween Girl.

She was unmistakable, as Halloween girl showed off her skeleton er legs, torso et al.

This creation was one that you would not likely find at Luna Park or in a school classroom.

The dancing skeleton stirred up patrons appetite for a drink, nibble and photo opportunities, and there was plenty of tease in the mix.

Model Anastasiya Bakss pulled off the dancing skeleton routine beautifully, and seemed to get right into the spirit of things.

Someone from the crowd was overheard "My Halloween dream has come early. I've got the treat here, not the trick. This is tickling my funny bone".

You wouldn't have guessed, but tonight's creation was made up in only an hour. The creation was a massive hit at the Zeta Bar, and word spread around other floors of the Hilton.

Snatch the opportunity to do Sydney in a naughty and teasing way. Come again to Sydney Hilton next Friday night and experience the new phenom known as 'extreme cabaret'. Trick or treat? You will have to join us to find out.

Profile

Hilton is the flagship brand of Hilton Hotels Corporation and is based in Beverly Hills, California. It is one of the world's largest chains of hotels.

The Hilton brand was re-united internationally after more than 40 years in February 2006, when United States-based Hilton Hotels Corporation purchased the lodging arm of United Kingdom-based Hilton Group PLC, which had acquired Hilton's international operations in 1987 (the companies had been severed originally in 1966).

Hilton Hotels became the America's first coast-to-coast hotel chain. The company places marketing emphasis on business travel, but owns and operates a number of resorts and leisure-oriented hotels as well.

The chain has over 500 Hilton branded hotels across the world and has partnerships with many airline and car rental companies.


History
Founded in 1919 by Conrad Hilton. Hilton bought his first hotel, the Mobley Hotel in 1919 in Cisco, Texas.

In 1930, Conrad Hilton opened his first high-rise Hilton hotel in El Paso, Texas, the now Plaza Hotel.

Hilton became the first international hotel chain with the opening of the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono held their first Bed-In for Peace between March 25 and March 31, 1969 at the Amsterdam Hilton in Room 902. This room has become a popular tourist destination.

Hilton Hotels owns and manages several other hotel brands, catering to both business and leisure travel. These brands are Embassy Suites, Doubletree, Hampton Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, and Homewood Suites by Hilton.

HHC was granted the naming rights to the George R. Brown Convention Center in late 2003. The Hilton Americas in Downtown Houston, Texas, is connected to the convention center.


Film history
In the 1989 six-part Australian mini-series Bangkok Hilton, the title is the nickname of the Bangkok prison in which the protagonist is incarcerated on drug offenses. There are actually three hotels in Bangkok, Thailand currently affiliated with the Hilton Hotels Corporation : Millennium Hilton Bangkok, Conrad Bangkok and Conrad Residences. Hilton International Bangkok, opened in 1983, now belongs to Raffles International and is known as Nai Lert Park Bangkok. Though the Bangkok Hilton nickname was a fictional invention of the miniseries, since that time the nickname is frequently cited by the Australian media to refer to whichever Thai prison they happen to be discussing. (Credit: Wikipedia)