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20% off luxury stay in heart of Paris

8 July 2013

20% off luxury stay in heart of Paris

Stay in sophisticated luxury in the heart of Paris and save 20 per cent on selected dates when booking through Tempo Holidays.

The 5-star Hotel Sofitel Le Scribe is located just a few steps from the famous Opera Garnier in the Right Bank and combines 19th century splendour with contemporary style.

The hotel features 217 rooms decorated in soft-toned colors and Louis Philippe-style furniture, a glassed-roof café, French fine dining restaurant, stylish cocktail bar, elegant tea room and ornate lobby decorated with wood paneling and frescoes reminiscent of the Opera decor.

Guests also have access to the spa centre with free use of the hammams, jacuzzi and fitness centre.

A 20 per cent discount applies to stays between 12 July and 1 September 2013 and between 13 December 2013 and 28 February 2014 now from NZ$283* per person, twin share based on a Deluxe Room with breakfast daily.

Situated between Opera Garnier and Place Vendome, Hotel Sofitel Le Scribe stands at the heart of one of the most beautiful and prestigious quarters of the French capital. The luxury property is surrounded by a treasure trove of Paris' best boutiques, stores, galleries, attractions and nightlife, with The Champs-Elysees, Place Concorde and Louvre Museum just a pleasant stroll away.

Book now to secure places by contacting your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz.

Conditions apply. Prices are per person double share accommodation & subject to availability. Hotel Sofitel Le Scribe Paris is valid for sale and travel until 31 Mar 14. Advertised price is based on a Queen bed Deluxe room and is only valid for check in from 12 Jul to 1st Sep 13, 13 Dec to 27 Dec 13, 01 Jan to 22 Jan 14 & 26 Jan to 28 Feb 14 and is inclusive of 20% discount. Offer valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offers. Prices are accurate as at 26 Jun 13. All airfares are excluded. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel. Single supplements apply. Deals and offers are subject to availability and may change without notice prior to reservation confirmation and due to currency fluctuations. Tempo Holidays Pty Ltd. ABN 51007331213. License No. 31341

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