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Take a Short Break with Best Western and Save Up To 40%

Take a Short Break with Best Western and Save Up To 40%

Sunbaking on golden beaches in Fiji, organising shopping trips and tasting the best wineries across Australia and New Zealand are some of the most popular ways Best Western’s hotel guests choose to relax each year in the lead up to the busy Christmas period.

To help give holidaymakers and workaholics a much needed break before the end of the year, Best Western Australasia is running three deals to help guests take a “Short Break” and save up to 40 per cent* off their minimum two nights’ stay in selected Best Western hotels, apartments and resorts in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

Book a stay at participating Best Western hotels from 1 October to 10 November 2013 to save up to:

· 40 per cent off hotels in Fiji

· 30 per cent off hotels in New Zealand, and

· 20 per cent off hotels in Australia.

Steve Richards, Best Western Australasia General Manager Sales and Marketing, said October and November are ideal months to squeeze in a quick trip.

“With spring in the air, it’s the perfect time to get friends and family together to take a short break and recharge. We also have some great deals for those looking for a shopping holiday, with many of our hotels close to major shopping centres and regional fashion hotspots,” he said.

Popular short break destinations include Airlie Beach (QLD), Katoomba (NSW), Melbourne (VIC), Hobart (TAS), Auckland (New Zealand) and Nadi (Fiji).

To book a “Short Break” at a Best Western hotel, go to

*Guests must book a minimum two night stay to save up to 20 per cent in Australia, up to 30 per cent in New Zealand or up to 40 per cent in Fiji deducted off the best available unrestricted rate of the day. Book by 10 November for any stay date. Offer is available for one person, twin share or for groups at selected hotels.


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