Wednesday, December 16, 2009
It's Pandemonium in Adelaide This Summer
For priceless family holiday memories this summer it’s black and white, Adelaide is simply the place to be.
Adorable giant pandas Wang Wang and Funi have been entrusted to Adelaide Zoo on a cooperative agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association aimed at securing the long term survival of the species.
But why should they be the only ones to get a holiday?
For all the cuteness you can bear in a city escape, combined with the comfort and convenience of prime city accommodation, hotel operator Mantra has entered the pandemonium with some great rates for holidaymakers to come and see these incredible creatures.
For example Mantra on Frome has family packages from just $189* per night including accommodation in a two bedroom apartment, complimentary parking, 1pm late checkout and yummy Haigh’s chocolate panda.
Situated in the heart of Adelaide's East End café precinct, Mantra on Frome is a stylish 4 star apartment style hotel offering an ideal base from which to explore Adelaide and beyond.
Mantra Hindmarsh Square is also perfect for panda lovers, where family packages including accommodation in a Parkview Suite, breakfast for two adults and one child, 1pm late checkout and Haigh’s chocolate panda start from $229* per night.
Mantra Hindmarsh Square comprises 179 studio apartments, one and two bedroom suites, located in the bustling Adelaide CBD.
For bookings or further information Call 13 15 17 or visit www.mantra.com.au
* Conditions and blockout periods apply . Subject to availability
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