1st Anniversary Robert Burns Hotel
The Robert Burns The Robert Burns

376 Smith Street,
Collingwood VIC

Opening Hours:
Mon - Tue: 5pm - Late
Wed - Sun: 12pm - Late

03 9417 2233

Spanish experience with a glass of 'vino' on arrival

The revamped Robert Burns Hotel celebrates its first year anniversay. To celebrate it, Spanish Australia Magazine has an exclusive ticket for the 'Paella live demonstration and Flamenco concert'.

That's right, another giveaway valued at $85!

A night of fun learning:
Chef Marc Albalate will walk you through, step by step how to produce the perfect Paella whilst 'Onda Flamenca' serenade you live on stage. Plus a glass of 'vino' on arrival.

Wednesday 3 October for a 7pm sharp start!

To get in the draw for an exclusive ticket, email us to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the answer to this question in the subject: When did the Robert Burns reopened last year? (the answer is somewhere not that hidden in Competition ends on Wednesday 2 October at 5pm!*

If you don't want to risk or wait for the giveaway to be announced, get your ticket now (bookings are essential through

Robert Burns Hotel - Spanish Australia Magazine

* Robert Burns Hotel cancellation policy:

The Robert Burns Hotel reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the event for reasons beyond our control. In any such cases, a voucher will be issued to be redeemed in the next same or similar event to be confirmed by the Robert Burns Hotel with the winner of this giveaway.

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