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One Million Hotel Rooms On Sale – Going Fast!

Accor 3-Day Super Sale On Now

One Million Hotel Rooms On Sale – Going Fast!


Thousands of New Zealanders have already nabbed themselves a fantastic holiday deal in the largest-ever hotel sale staged in New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.

One million rooms across Accor Asia Pacific’s network are on sale and going fast - with over 110,000 room nights in New Zealand for just NZ$79 per night for hotel stays between 1 April – 31 July 2009.

The three day sale officially opened to the public at midnight last night but was also available 24 hours earlier to Accor’s AlClub and Advantage Plus loyalty members. So far more than 13,000 room nights have been snapped up at hotels throughout Asia Pacific.

Bookings can be made up until midnight on Thursday 26 February 2009, via the www.accorhotels.com/supersale website.

In these difficult times, these special rates mean couples and families can enjoy a quality holiday without breaking the bank.

A total of over 250 hotels across Asia Pacific are available in the sale. In New Zealand, there are 28 hotels available in 11 city and resort locations throughout the country.

Hotels under the Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure, all seasons and Ibis brands are included in the sale.

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