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No Such Thing As A Free Breakfast?

16 December 2008

No Such Thing As A Free Breakfast?

Get Breakfast For Free With Accor Hotels’ Summer Sale
That’s right - this summer, guests will receive a free full breakfast for two with every room booked at Accor’s special summer rates at participating hotels across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji this summer.

For a hot summer getaway at the right price check out Accor’s summer specials online at

This special offer is valid for sales and stays until 31 January 2009 so be in quick.

Accor is perfect for summer seekers with a great range of great destinations to choose from and hotel styles to suit every budget from the upscale new Pullman brand and new boutique hotel collection M Gallery through to favourite hotel brands including Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure, All Seasons and Ibis hotels.

From relaxing coastal and country escapes to vibrant city getaways, some of the many hotels include Novotel Nadi in the Fiji Islands, Grand Mercure Oakridge Wanaka, Mercure Resort Queenstown and Accor’s newest hotels in Sydney – the five-star Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park and the central Ibis King Street Wharf.

For a full list of hotels and locations, visit


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