Ibis hotels, already renowned around the world for providing the best value accommodation, are offering guests a full buffet breakfast for just $1 per person until 31 October 2009. With rates from as little as $99 per night and the cheapest breakfast in town, Ibis hotels leave you plenty of money for shopping, dining and entertainment so you can get the most out of your holiday.
There are 14 Ibis hotels around Australia in key locations across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Townsville, Brisbane, Newcastle and Wollongong.
Ibis hotels have revolutionised the face of economy accommodation, providing full-service, modern hotels whose core value is providing the best value for money for guests. Ibis hotels offer clean, modern and bright rooms in prime locations, with 24-hour reception, internet access, and quality food and beverages available 24/7.
Their motto – 'Hotels the way you like them' comes from the fact that Ibis hotels surveyed guests to find out which services they really wanted and which they did not want to pay extra for. By removing such luxuries as bathrobes, porters and concierge services, customers can enjoy significant savings while not compromising on the essentials of any good hotel stay.
For bookings phone 13 IBIS or go to www.ibishotels.com.au
Sunday, September 13, 2009
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