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2018 Australian Open Team Playoff

November 12 - November 16

VENUE

The Canberra Rex Hotel (or as the locals say “the Rex”) is located at 150 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon, conveniently placed between the CBD and Dickson and close to the popular restaurant precinct of Braddon. Restored to its former luxury status with elegant formal areas and stylish contemporary rooms, the Rex offers excellent onsite recreation facilities, complimentary wifi and parking (limited number of spaces) at competitive rates.

ACCOMMODATION – EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT AT THE REX

There are plenty of accommodation choices in the general vicinity of the Rex to suit all budgets. However, why bother when you can stay at the Rex itself for the excellent rate of $160 per night for one of their stylish King Rooms including complimentary buffet breakfast for two adults. If you want to upgrade to the luxury of a Crown Suite, why not ask the Rex for a quote.  We have reserved sufficient rooms for all players.  The Early Bird ends on 27 October 2017.  When booking just say that you are with the Australian Bridge Federation Playoffs. Also, we have negotiated a 24-hour cancellation provision whereby if players cancel by 4pm for the following day they incur no financial penalty.  This means players can book for the full five-day period and at most incur a one day penalty if they are eliminated after Stage 1 of the Playoff.

PARKING

The Rex has about 65 car parking spaces in the vicinity of the hotel available to guests and delegates, free of charge on a first come, first served basis. There are also long stay public car parks in Braddon and Civic and convenient public transport options to get to and from the Rex.   

Details

Start:
November 12
End:
November 16
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Organiser

Jane Rasmussen
Phone:
02 6239 2265
Email:
secretariat@abf.com.au

Venue

Canberra Rex Hotel
150 Northbourne Avenue
Braddon, ACT 2612 Australia
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02 6248 5311
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