Up to 35% off stays in Australia and New Zealand with TFE Hotels’ Mid-Year Sale

Posted: 6 June 2018 12:58 pm

Score savings on your next holiday, with dates available through 2019 including Vivid Sydney dates.

TFE Hotels is having a huge sale and no matter where you plan to travel to in Australia or New Zealand you’ll be able to score up to 35% off.

The sale covers all brands across the collection including Adina, Travelodge, Vibe, Rendezvous, Medina and TFE Hotels Collection. It applies for stays between 6 June and 31 May 2019.

There are even some dates left for those keen to be book a last minute trip to Vivid Sydney this year.

While the sale offers a set 25 off stays, you can join the free TFE Hotels eClub and get a bonus 10% off as well.

The best price we found, $79.20 per night, is for the Travelodge Hotel Hobart located in the heart of historic Hobart.

Some of our other top picks in the sale are:

  • Hotel Kurrajong Canberra from $219 per night
  • Medina Serviced Apartments Sydney Martin Place from $251 per night
  • Rendezvous Hotel Perth Central from $149 per night
  • Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda Melbourne from $155 per night
  • Vibe Hotel Marysville from $135 per night
  • Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch from $170 per night

Discounted stays are for dates between 6 June 2018 and 31 May 2019 and bookings must be made by 22 June 2018.

To book head to TFE Hotels for full details and to choose your room.

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