Accor is giving away an Antarctica flight experience

Stephanie Yip 13 December 2017

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Simply stay in a Brisbane Airport hotel for your chance to win.

Heading to Brisbane soon and scouting out your accommodation options? Perhaps you're just looking for an excuse for a quick trip to the Sunshine State? Or maybe you're in Brissy already and are eyeing a Christmas getaway?

Whatever your agenda, you've now got the perfect excuse to spend an evening on the doorstep to adventure because Accor's giving you the chance to win a flight experience for two over Antarctica when you stay at the Pullman Brisbane Airport or the ibis Brisbane Airport.

To be in it to win it, all you have to do is book and stay at either hotel by 31 January 2018.

The lucky winner will score a 2-night stay in a superior room at the Pullman Brisbane Airport from 17-19 February, as well as:

  • A 3-course Antarctica themed dinner for two on 17 February.
  • Round-trip flight over Antarctica on a Qantas Boeing 747 on 18 February.
  • Buffet Breakfast and Antarctica gift pack with post-flight DVD to take home with them on 19 February.

Feeling lucky? To enter to win this once-in-a-lifetime experience, book your stay at the Pullman or ibis Brisbane Airport through the Accor website.


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