Monday, October 12, 2009
Go now for bargain beach breaks
Leading accommodation providers Mantra and BreakFree are offering huge discounts on a wide range of properties in Australia’s favourite visitor destinations for holidaymakers who act fast and book their getaway by Monday October 19 for travel to December 20, 2009. Deals are available Australia wide at www.mantra.com.au and www.breakfree.com.au.
Get in quick and secure great rooms at great rates such as BreakFree Alexandra Beach on the Sunshine Coast from just $91* per room per night based on minimum stays of two nights in a studio room.
BreakFree Alexandra Beach sits directly opposite a patrolled surf beach and within easy reach of fabulous restaurants and shopping, surfside parks and the vibrant Mooloolaba Esplanade.
Imaginatively designed around a 150m tropical lagoon pool with kids’ waterslide, the superb apartment resort offers a choice of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom self-contained apartments with air-conditioning and balconies.
Meanwhile, Mantra Hervey Bay on the Fraser Coast also has holidays from just $91* per room per night – these are based on minimum stays of two nights from Sunday to Friday in a hotel room.
Offering a selection of hotel rooms and one, two and three bedroom suites, all with a northerly aspect providing picturesque views of the boat harbour and nearby islands, Mantra Hervey Bay is the region’s only absolute marina-front property.
For bookings or further information about these deals or other sizzling Go Now getaways visit www.breakfree.com.au or www.mantra.com.au.
* Conditions, minimum stays and blockout periods apply. Subject to availability
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