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Hundreds Of Hotel Rooms For $100



Hundreds Of Hotel Rooms For $100

This season Accor is offering 1000’s of hotel rooms around New Zealand for just $100 each!

100 years ago we sent our first New Zealand athlete to the Olympic Games and this year we will send our 1000th Olympian to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. So to celebrate, thousands of rooms across New Zealand will be on sale for the special rate of $100 at participating Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure, Ibis, All Seasons and Formule 1 hotels. Stays at Ibis or All Seasons also include breakfast and at Formule 1 you will receive two nights for $100.

Be in quick to secure your booking – this special offer is valid in ten destinations across New Zealand from 27 May 2008 – 30 August 2008, until the rooms are sold out. 

On top of this fantastic deal, every booking made at this special rate enters you into the draw to win a 5 night trip for two to your favourite Olympic City**.

Bookings can only be made online at and are subject to availability.   

** Full terms and conditions are available on the website.

Accor, the European leader and a major global group in hotels, the global leader in services to corporate clients and public institutions, operates in nearly 100 countries with 170,000 employees. It offers to its clients over 40 years of expertise in its two core businesses:

- Hotels, with the Sofitel, Pullman, Novotel, Mercure, Suitehotel, Ibis, all seasons, Etap Hotel, Formule 1 and Motel 6 brands, representing more than 4,000 hotels and nearly 500,000 rooms in 90 countries, as well as strategically related activities, such as Lenôtre.

- Services, with 30 million people in 40 countries benefiting from Accor Services products in human resources, marketing services and expense management.


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