RSL Members to receive discounted hotel rates in April

IN appreciation for the important role of our diggers, AccorHotels is offering members of the Returned Service's League (RSL) and their families' special discounts for stays at selected hotels Australia-wide throughout April.  

Rates start from just $60 per room per night at selected ibis Budget properties, from $70 at ibis Styles and ibis hotels, from $95 for Mercure and Novotel hotels, $110 at Pullman hotels & resorts, $120 at MGallery Collection hotels and $130 at participating Sofitel luxury hotels.  

Australian residents with a valid RSL membership card can enjoy these substantial discounts for stays at a range of hotels from economy to luxury including Ibis, Mercure, Novotel, The Sebel, Grand Mercure, MGallery, Pullman and Sofitel hotels.   

"We all owe a huge debt to our armed services and with so many commemoration events set to take place across the country this April, AccorHotels is proud to invite veterans and their families to stay with us at reduced prices when they travel to these ceremonies," said AccorHotels Pacific Chief Operating Officer, Simon McGrath.   

"AccorHotels enjoys the opportunity to give back to the communities in which our hotels operate and this is one small way we can recognise those men and women who have served our country."  

The RSL member offer is available for stays from 1 - 30 April 2016 and only for bookings made online at http://accorasiapacificpartners.com/RSLApriloffer or phone 1300 65 65 65 or book directly with the hotel.  

A maximum of two rooms can be booked per booking and a valid Australian RSL membership card must be presented at check in. Subject to availability and terms and conditions apply. 


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