Amazing discount of almost 80 per cent is offered by luxury hotels in Australia in order to attract more tourists this year. Visitors will have the opportunity to stay at prestige five-star hotels in such famous destinations like Sydney and Brisbane for the price of more then 75 per cent less then usual rates. Tourists who intend to visit other big cities in Australia, like Melbourne, Hobart or Adelaide will also be surprised by the great discount the luxury hotels offer there.
According the words of Hamish Arthur who is a representative of Australian Hotel Association, the price for a room has about $8 discount in comparison with prices last year. On the basis of research, made by Association, most of the hotels in Australia have felt the challenge the hotel industry in country meet now and have decided to take the needed steps to improve the situation.
The hotels situated in the eastern seaboard are among the most affected and the average price for hotel room there has fallen up to 78 per cents. Wotif.com, which website provides actual information about the discount accommodation, promotes hotels in Woolloomooloo, where for example the tourist would save $220 for room at BLUE Sydney.
The hotel’s director of sales Ben Johnson explains the policy the hotel has to take. According to him after this great discount when subsequently the prices go up to the normal rates, the customers will still come back in the same hotel. He stakes on the good experience the tourists will have during their stay in hotel, which will eventually draw them here again in future.
According to Brooke Carter, the official representative of Wotif.com website, these attractive discounts are offered by hotels, which already have had discount prices.
Tourists will have time till 29 July to choose the hotel room and to take advantage of the offered discounts. This special offer appears to be the best way to support the tourist industry in Australia… and, of course, is a great chance for people with lower budget to spend their holiday at the discounted Australian luxury hotels, which privilege may be not available for the next year.