Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Start Summer on the Gold Coast From Just $99*
BreakFree Hotels, Resorts and Apartments is celebrating summer with sizzling flat rates from just $99* per room per night across its Gold Coast properties.
Choose from 17 resorts on the Gold Coast in great locations such as Broadbeach, Surfers Paradise, Main Beach and Southport – all close to the surf, fabulous dining, entertainment and awesome holiday attractions, and with lead-in rates from just $99*.
The special offer is valid for sale from 30 November to 10 December, 2009 and for travel from 6 December to 24 December, 2009. Standard rates apply on Friday and Saturday nights.
For bookings or further information or visit www.breakfree.com.au
BreakFree offers an extensive range of hotels, resorts and apartments at great rates in favourite holiday destinations throughout Australia and New Zealand. Featuring 3.5 to 4.5 star, self contained accommodation, BreakFree properties are located close to the best beaches, dining and holiday attractions. Representing quality and great value for money, BreakFree spans superb family destinations such as Tropical North Queensland, the Fraser Coast, the Sunshine Coast, the Gold and Tweed Coasts, New South Wales and New Zealand’s South Island as well as prime city locations.
*Conditions, minimum stays and blockout periods apply. Subject to availability.
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