Flash Sale: Accor are selling ibis budget rooms for $48 per night

Hotel snobs may turn their nose at the bare-bones basicness of Accor’s least expensive brand, ibis budget, but they’d be missed the point entirely. The typically well-located hotels have always served as reliable and ultra-convenient bases for those wanting to save more money on exploring than staying. So it’s a surprise to see them cut the cost of their rooms even further, at least for the next 48-hours.

That’s right. A flash sale.

Accor has launched a two-day ibis budget sale that will see rooms on sale for as little as $48 per night. With complete booking flexibility in case plans go sideways.

Across both Australia and New Zealand, 18 ibis budget hotels will be participating in the sale with what are the brand’s lowest prices, ever. Kicking off on Friday 26th March, those keen on getting some nights locked in will have 48 hours to do so, and after that they’ll have up to 13 months (from the booking date) to stay.

There are plenty of ibis budget properties across some of Australia and New Zealand’s best locations, so if you’re planning on getting in some domestic travel (or, for when that NZ bubble opens up, trans-Tasman travel) and want more money to spend on adventures, you better get a move on.

To provide travellers peace of mind when booking, all ibis budget hotels offer flexible cancellations and enhanced ALLSAFE hygiene and cleanliness standards.

To book, visit accor.com

Participating ibis budget hotels include:

NSW

ibis budget Sydney East

ibis budget Sydney Airport

ibis budget St Peters

ibis budget Sydney Olympic Park

ibis budget Enfield

ibis budget Wentworthville

ibis budget Casula Liverpool

ibis budget Newcastle

ibis budget Coffs Harbour

ibis budget Campbelltown

ibis budget Dubbo

ACT

ibis budget Canberra

VIC

ibis budget Melbourne Airport

ibis budget Fawkner

ibis budget Dandenong

QLD

ibis budget Brisbane Airport

NEW ZEALAND

ibis budget Auckland Central

ibis budget Auckland Airport

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.