Roar and Snore in Brisbane with Oaks Hotels & Resorts
As the AFL season heats up across the country, Oaks Hotels & Resorts is getting in on the sporting action, offering roarsome ‘Roar and Snore’ accommodation deals in Brisbane for travel from now until 25th June 2018.
As the co-major sponsor of the Brisbane Lions Football Club for the 2018 and 2019 seasons, Oaks Hotels & Resorts is encouraging footy fans to combine the thrill of attending a home game and cheering on the mighty Lions, with a weekend escape in the city at one of its popular hotels.
Just down the road from Brisbane Lions’ HQ The Gabba (less than two kilometres to be exact!), Oaks Woolloongabba presents as the perfect base for a sport-cation in Queensland’s much-loved River City, with spacious, self-contained apartments ideal for families and groups, plus a host of outstanding leisure facilities that guests can enjoy pre or post-game.
Now, local and visiting AFL fans can roar and snore in style, with accommodation deals starting from $144* per night (minimum two night stay) – a saving of 15 percent off regular rates.
Check into your very own lions den (AKA a One Bedroom Apartment), complete with full kitchen and laundry facilities, spacious living and dining areas, and private balcony or sunroom, and enjoy free Wi-Fi and a complimentary midday late check out so you can sleep in and ‘snore’ for longer.
If you’re looking to combine your sport-cation with some R&R, Oaks Woolloongabba features a 20-metre, three-lane lap pool, steam room, two large spas, sun loungers, grassy terraces and tiered viewing decks overlooking the city beyond.
Oaks Woolloongabba is also within easy reach of a myriad of popular bars, restaurants and pubs, perfectly positioned for those looking to grab a bite and brew before or after the big game.
To book, visit https://www.oakshotels.com/en and enter promo code LionsRoar
To purchase Brisbane Lions tickets, please visit http://www.lions.com.au/
Terms and conditions apply; subject to availability. Minimum two-night stay. Valid for stays until 25th June 2018; some blackout dates apply.