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Celebrate Father’s Day At Skycity Auckland

Celebrate Father’s Day At Skycity Auckland


SKYCITY Auckland has a range of options on offer to celebrate Father’s Day (Sunday 7 September 2008).

Our restaurants are perfect for a family dinner, with Orbit and the Observatory Buffet restaurants offering beautiful vistas by day and night. Our award-winning chefs create sumptuous dishes drawn from their à la carte or buffet menus. Bookings can be made by phone on (09) 363 6000.

This could also be the perfect time to treat both parents to a night at the Grand Hotel. SOAK the new in-room bathing menu is available for the ultimate in luxury, plus throughout September the SKYCITY Grand Hotel is also offering a fantastic "Grand Night Out" $270 bonus package, subject to availability.

The package includes:
• SKYCITY Grand Hotel Luxury King Room
• $100 voucher to spend at any SKYCITY Auckland restaurant
• Free valet parking Â

If your father is more of an adrenalin junkie, then why not share the experience of a Sky Walk at 192m above ground. The guided adventure around the outside ring of the Sky Tower reveals a startling view of the city and its many landmarks below. With no handrails and only a harness and overhead safety system between you and the view, it’s an experience best shared. Throughout September SkyWalk has a two for one package, only $115 for two people.

To book online go to www.skywalk.co.nz and use the promo code SKY241, or phone 0800 SKYWALK.

ENDS

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