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Enjoy A Blooming Good Time At Floriade 2015 With Accorhotels’ Spring ‘Time To Celebrate’ Package

September 11, 2015 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

From 12 September to 11 October, Canberra’s world-class floral extravaganza returns to Commonwealth Park for its 28th year. With a range of fantastic events inspired by the 2015 theme, Reflection, AccorHotels in Canberra are offering a special spring package designed to make the most of Australia’s biggest celebration of spring.

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AccorHotels’ Spring ‘Time to Celebrate’ Package includes:

  • Two nights’ accommodation in a standard room
  • Buffet breakfast for two people
  • Picnic style lunch for two people, prepared in a lightweight take home picnic basket or cooler bag which is yours to keep.

Rates start from $145 at ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk, from $170 at ibis Styles Canberra, from $175 at Mercure Canberra and from $191 at Novotel Canberra. Conditions apply, packages are a minimum two nights’ stay and all rates are per room per night.

The ‘Spring Festival Package’ is valid for stays to 31 October.

In addition to the beautiful flower displays, there are activities for everyone to enjoy with different themed weeks over the festival – Arts & Culture, Food & Wine, Family Fun and Outdoors & Adventure.

Floriade NightFest will return for the eighth consecutive year featuring astonishing lighting shows, famous comedians, roving entertainment and bustling night markets. From 23 September to 27 September, Commonwealth Park will be transformed into an illuminated wonderland for five magical nights.

To book the Spring Festival Package at AccorHotels, head to www.accorhotels.com direct link here

For more information on Floriade 2015 visit www.floriadeaustralia.com.

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