Tuesday, February 9, 2010
News From Breakfree
A summary of the latest news and hot deals from BreakFree Hotels, Resorts & Apartments.
PRICE BREAKS: For the ultimate family getaway that won’t hurt the hip pocket too hard – every BreakFree Hotel, Resort and Apartment is on sale between 14 and 27 February. There are more than 30 properties in some of the best parts of Australia and New Zealand. Gold Coast holidays start from just $94*per night in a one bedroom apartment at BreakFree Enderley Gardens in Surfers Paradise. City stays at BreakFree on George in Sydney start from $120* per night and BreakFree Heritage on Little Bourke from $119* per night. For more information, visit www.breakfreepricebreak.com.au or call 132 007.
NEW GM FOR NOOSA: Experienced resort manager Jason Isbester has been appointed General Manager of BreakFree Noosa International Resort. Well respected within the Mantra Group, Jason was previously GM of BreakFree Marcoola Beach Resort where he was an excellent operator across all aspects of the business. Relief managers John and Marie Lalli have been appointed at BreakFree Marcoola Beach Resort.
SUNSHINE COAST, QLD
SPORTY SPECIALS: The Sunshine Coast has gone sports crazy in February but fortunately the race for great value accommodation is no sweat with leading resort operator BreakFree. The next big event out of the blocks is round one of the Surf Kayaking World Cup to be held in the best waves from Point Cartwright to Kings Beach on February 20-21. Whether competing or just along for the ride to soak up the action and enjoy the sun, surf and sand – BreakFree is the perfect accommodation partner, with rates from a low $146* per room per night for a one bedroom garden apartment at BreakFree Grand Pacific, Caloundra. Phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
HOT DEAL IN HASTINGS STREET: Located on Hastings Street, BreakFree French Quarter offers self-contained apartments set amongst landscaped gardens close to Noosa’s famed
restaurants and shopping boutiques. Now is the ideal time to experience this fabulous property with special midweek rates available from just $169* per room per night for a one bedroom apartment , valid for sale until February 28 and for travel to 31 March 2010, based on minimum stays of two nights, Sunday to Thursday. To book call 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
PERFECT BUSINESS PARTNER FOR A MEMORABLE EVENT: Offering first class conferencing facilities, a stunning location to work and play and reduced rates for the first half of 2010, it’s smart business booking at BreakFree Grand Pacific for your next conference or meeting. Full day delegate packages including arrival morning and afternoon tea and coffee, lunch, conference room hire and use of equipment and supplies have been reduced to $40 per person. Accommodation for conference guests is available from $149* per night for a one bedroom apartment including breakfast pack. Enjoying a stunning waterfront location close to Caloundra restaurants and attractions, BreakFree Grand Pacific offers two conference rooms accommodating 60 and 70 delegates individually or 130 theatre style when linked together. Call (07) 5452 2871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOLD COAST, QLD
SURFERS MONEY SAVER: For a fun filled family escape at the right price, BreakFree Peninsular stands out in Surfers Paradise, where guests can enjoy four nights for the price of three paying from just $219* per room per night for a two bedroom apartment. With views overlooking the Gold Coast hinterland and the Pacific Ocean and only a short stroll to the entertainment heart of Surfers Paradise, this beachside resort offers a fantastic range of facilities and self contained apartments. For bookings or further information on this special offer valid for sale and travel to March 31, 2010 phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
DIAMOND DEAL: Broadbeach resort BreakFree Diamond Beach is offering a gem of a deal for families, where guests who book four nights in two bedroom apartment from $230* per room per night, will only pay for three nights valid for sale and travel to March 31, 2010. The low-rise resort features self contained apartments and extensive family friendly facilities. Located in one of the Gold Coast’s premier shopping, dining & entertainment hubs it is the perfect holiday escape for the entire family. Phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
CENTRAL COAST, NSW
PERFECT MATCH: Combining a dream beachside location with exceptional facilities, mouthwatering catering and an experienced wedding team to ensure your big day goes off without a hitch, BreakFree Mobys is the perfect match for weddings to remember. Nestled behind the first line of natural sand dunes at Boomerang Beach, a pleasant 20 minute drive from the township of Forster, BreakFree Mobys is a budget-friendly choice for intimate gatherings through to large scale events. Couples booking a wedding function at BreakFree Mobys before December 31, 2010 will receive a free night to use on their honeymoon at any one of BreakFree’s 40-plus properties Australia wide. Call (02) 6554 0766 or visit www/breakfree/com.au/weddings.
BOOMING AUTUMN SPECIAL: For an exciting city escape at Sydney’s booming south-west, BreakFree Bankstown International has launched a great value autumn special for weekend travel until the end of April. Holidaymakers can now enjoy the comforts of BreakFree Bankstown from an incredible $134* per room per night in an Executive Room. Located just 10 minutes from Sydney Olympic Park, the hotel offers a choice of hotel rooms or two bedroom apartment-style accommodation and features 24 hour reception, heated indoor pool, spa and gym, restaurant, bar, cocktail lounge and internet kiosk. Phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
* Conditions and minimum stays apply. Subject to availability.
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