Friday, June 18, 2010
Free Nights in Paradise
Tropical North Queensland is hot value for a winter getaway with leading accommodation provider Mantra offering four nights for the price of three at all of their stunning resorts in Port Douglas, Palm Cove and Cairns.
Escape the south’s chilly days and head to Port Douglas where the weather and welcomes are always warm.
Rates at all six of Mantra’s Port Douglas resorts - Mantra Heritage, Mantra in the Village, Mantra on the Inlet, Mantra Aqueous on Port, Mantra PortSea and Mantra Links Resort - start from just $153* per room per night plus you’ll receive your fourth night free.
Or, slip away to a tropical oasis at Mantra Amphora in the heart of the Palm Cove village.
Also priced from just $153* per room per night for a hotel room with a spa bath, guests will enjoy Palm Cove’s cosmopolitan mix of fine dining, spa and leisure activities and receive four nights for the price of three.
In Cairns, rates start from just $153* per room per night for a one bedroom apartment with ocean views at Mantra Esplanade and are from $162* per room per night at Mantra Trilogy, plus you’ll also receive one night free of charge when booking four consecutive nights.
With a sophisticated city vibe, a stunning waterfront esplanade and a range of cafes, restaurants and bars, Cairns is a great base from which to explore the Great Barrier Reef, World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest and more.
For more information and bookings phone 13 15 17 or visit www.mantra.com.au.
*Subject to availability. Block-out dates and minimum night stays apply. Valid for sale and travel until 24 December, 2010.
Posted by rodeime
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