Who feels like a holiday? Traveldream has a great deal at Nelson Bay's Mantra Aqua Resort. For a limited time, you can score a three night stay for just $349 - a saving of $533! With some friends in tow, this works out to as little as $29 per person, per night. Here are the details!
Traveldream is offering a bunch of deals on rooms large and small at Mantra Aqua Resort at Nelson Bay on the NSW Central Coast. The deals are available from now until February next year, but you need to book by the end of next week.
Mantra Aqua Nelson Bay is two and a half hours from Sydney and 25 minutes from Newcastle airport, so it's pretty easy to get to. As mentioned, Traveldream is offering these deals from now to February. However, there are a few dates you can't get these deals for. The "blackout dates" are:
- 28 Sep - 1 Oct
- 23 Nov - 2 Dec
- 24 Dec - 27 Jan
Some weekend and school holiday surcharges also apply. (There's a Friday and Saturday night surcharge at $90 per apartment per night, payable upon date confirmation. School Holiday surcharge of $120 per apartment per night for the following dates: 2 - 14 Oct, 15 - 23 Dec and 28 Jan.)
All the rooms they're offering include an air-conditioned lounge room, private balcony or courtyard and a flat screen TV with access to Foxtel.
A Superior room, with a full ensuite and two bedrooms will set you back $349 for three nights. That works out to under $30 per person per night! A room with a pool view is $399 as is a three bedroom apartment. The resort's penthouse apartment, with a fully equipped kitchen and laundry will set you back just $699 for three nights.
The deal includes free daily parking throughout your stay, a 15% discount on Whale Watching and Dolphin Watch Discovery Cruise and a 10% discount on all food and beverages from Nelson Bay Bowling Club for the duration of your stay.
There are tours to the Hunter Valley from Nelson Bay and there's a national park close by as well. The deal is set to expire on 20 September, so be sure to get in quick.
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