Guests completing their 14-day mandatory quarantine at the Pullman Adelaide were treated to a live performance by German entertainer Hans.
Many of the guests were celebrating the completion of their mandatory isolation, with 376 guests checking out of the hotel the next day.
“We are doing everything we can to make sure our guests have a comfortable and pleasant stay with us, despite being confined to their rooms,” said Pullman Adelaide general manager Llewellyn Wyeth.
“Seeing our guests dancing to the music from their balconies was fantastic. Our team remain focused on providing a great guest service.”
Hans said it was “a big thrill to perform for guests who have had a memorable fortnight”.
“My band, dancers and I haven’t played a live show for six weeks, our last event was the night before restrictions came in,” he said.
“It was up there with one of the more bizarre shows we’ve done, performing to a building full of balconies while I’m on the ground, like some sort of reverse Evita moment. But I loved seeing everyone singing and dancing along and joining in on the fun from the hotel and reading all the messages from viewers around the world streaming the event.”