Accor is offering you the chance to have a Take Two on your missed holiday plans and celebrations with some great deals on Australian beach and city stays.
To encourage you to rediscover the beauty of Australia and relive experiences you’ve missed this year, Accor has launched a selection of great-value, flexible Take Two deals at hotels, resorts, and apartments across Australia with room rates from as low as $95* per night at ibis Adelaide.
From luxury to economy, Accor has more than 340 ALLSAFE hotels, resorts and apartments to choose from in Australia, including international brands such as Sofitel, MGallery, Art Series, Pullman, Swissôtel, Grand Mercure, Peppers, The Sebel, Mantra, Novotel, Mercure, Tribe, BreakFree, ibis, ibis Styles and ibis Budget.
Accor’s Take Two deals are valid for new bookings made between 12 October 2020 and 31 January 2021, for stays up until 13 months from the booking date, and are available exclusively on all.accor.com.
In need of a break?
Here’s a selection of some of the flexible deals on offer, featuring a selection of laid-back coastal getaways and vibrant inner city stays…
QLD – Palm Cove: Located on a palm-fringed beach in the heart of Palm Cove in North Queensland, The Reef House & Spa, MGallery by Sofitel offers a relaxed beach house ambience. Enjoy a tropical escape at this boutique property from $289* per night.
NSW – Sydney: To experience the best of Sydney’s vibrant culture, shopping, dining and attractions, base yourself in comfort at ibis Sydney Darling Harbour from $125* per night. This perfectly placed hotel is located just a short walk from central Sydney across Pyrmont Bridge.
ACT – Canberra: From cultural institutions to outdoor family entertainment and superb dining experiences, Canberra is a fascinating city with plenty to offer visitors. When visiting our nation’s capital, base yourself at Novotel Canberra, which boasts an unrivalled location in the heart of the city. Prices start from $145* per night.
VIC – Melbourne: The Olsen Melbourne – Art Series is boutique accommodation at its finest. Situated on the prestigious Chapel Street, travellers are met with spacious suites infused with the lyrical works of revered Australian landscape artist Dr John Olsen. Stay at The Olsen Melbourne – Art Series from $199* per night.
TAS – Launceston: Mercure Launcestonprovides the ultimate gateway to the Tamar Valley, which is renowned for its beautiful landscapes, wineries and picturesque countryside views. Stay at this recently refurbished hotel from $134* per night.
SA – Barossa Valley: Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is a restful haven nestled among the vines, just over an hour’s drive from the Adelaide city centre, adjacent to the 18-hole Tanunda Pines Golf Course and boasting panoramic views across the Barossa Ranges and Jacob’s Creek Vineyards. Stay at this well-appointed resort from $239* per night.
WA – Perth: Perth is home to fine wine, gorgeous weather, popular destinations and diverse precincts. Located in Perth’s West End on the doorstep of the city centre, ibis Perth provides a comfortable and affordable urban retreat when exploring Perth from $129* per night.
NT – Kakadu: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Resort, located in the wilderness of Kakadu National Park, is the perfect base to start exploring many of Kakadu’s natural attractions. Stay at from $239* per night and enjoy the resort’s superb range of leisure facilities and services.
Members of Accor Asia Pacific’s travel, dining and lifestyle programme, Accor Plus, will receive an additional 10 percent off these rates.
Guests staying as a member of ALL, Accor’s new lifestyle loyalty programme, at participating Australian hotels in the ALL loyalty programme between 1 October 2020 and 28 February 2021 could also win one of five monthly Limitless Experiences, including a diving adventure in Port Douglas; a wine tasting, gourmet indulgence in the famous Barossa Valley; a once in a lifetime desert experience in the Northern Territory, magical show-stopping moments at Sydney’s Olympic Park; or unforgettable art experiences in the heart of Melbourne.
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