Save big in Port Stephens with Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ Dollar Days deals
Dreaming of a beach escape? Here’s a hot tip – holidaying to New South Wales’ blue water paradise of Port Stephens just became a whole lot more affordable thanks to Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ Dollar Days campaign.
The brand’s popular coastal properties Oaks Pacific Blue Resort and Oaks Lure are delivering big savings for travellers on bookings made before 20th July, with Hotel Rooms and Two Bedroom Apartments going for just ONE DOLLAR* for a limited time.
Holidaymakers who visit either of Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ Port Stephens’ properties for a minimum of three nights will receive one night for only… $1*, meaning you can stay and play for longer without reaching for more than a gold coin. #WINNING!
Home to Australia’s largest swimming pool – coming in at an enormous 500 metres long (don’t worry, it’s heated) – Oaks Pacific Blue Resort is perfectly positioned to take advantage of Port Stephens’ favourite attractions and local experiences – from whale watching adventures, to epic fishing encounters and exploring Tomaree National Park.
Book a Hotel Room at Oaks Pacific Blue Resort for three nights or more, starting at just $87* per night, and enjoy one night for only one dollar*.
Or round up the family and head to Oaks Lure in the cruisy, coastal township of Nelson Bay. Spread out in a spacious, self-contained Two Bedroom Apartment – sleeping up to five guests – from just $108* per night for a minimum of three nights, and again you’ll receive one night for just $1*.
Don’t delay – Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ Dollar Days Deals are only available to book until 20th July and valid for travel until 10th September 2018!
For more information or to book please visit: https://www.oakshotels.com/en/ and enter promo code DOLLARDAYS.
*Terms and conditions apply; subject to availability; minimum three night stay; ‘$1 rate’ is only available for set days of the week only; blackout dates apply. Must book before 20 July 2018 and travel before 10 September 2018. Rates reflect unserviced rooms; daily servicing can be added for an additional charge.
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