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Choice Hotels Welcomes Quality Inn Lake Taupo


Choice Hotels Welcomes Quality Inn Lake Taupo

Choice Hotels has added a fantastic Quality Hotel to its accommodation offering in the Central North Island.

Quality Inn Lake Taupo (formerly the Caboose Lodge) joined the Choice Hotels group this month offering quality lakefront accommodation to suit a range of travellers.

Ideally located on the Taupo lakefront, with views across the lake and to Ruapehu, Tongaririo and Ngauruhoe, Quality Inn Lake Taupo is just minutes from the town centre and the airport.

The property offers 41 unique hotels rooms with free wireless internet and a range of conference and function facilities.

Guests at Quality Inn Lake Taupo can enjoy a choice of continental buffet or a la carte cooked breakfast, the use of the well-appointed exercise room, hotel pool, and free parking.

The family owned and operated hotel also boasts its own bar and restaurant that is open each night from 4pm and 6pm respectively, serving delicious food and drinks prepared by the experienced chefs.

Aileen Cobern, Choice Hotels’ General Manager Sales and Marketing, is pleased to start 2013 by adding this fantastic new property to the group: “Quality Inn Lake Taupo is just the sort of property we like to add to our portfolio,” she says. “With a range of great room options, a picturesque and central lakefront location, and all the extras, this property appeals to a range of travellers.”

Quality Inn Lake Taupo is the first property in 2013 to join the growing list of Choice Hotels in New Zealand after a solid year of expansion in 2012, where Choice Hotels welcomed five new New Zealand properties. Including Quality Inn Lake Taupo, there are now 34 Choice properties across New Zealand.

For further details on Choice Hotels properties throughout New Zealand, please visit www.choicehotels.co.nz

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