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Citylife Achieves Top Hotel For Families Award For Wgtn

CITYLIFE ACHIEVES TOP HOTEL FOR FAMILIES AWARD FOR WELLINGTON - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CityLife Wellington A Heritage Hotel has received a ‘Top Hotel for Families’ award in the 2014 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Hotel Awards. The hotel is the only Wellington property to make the list, out of 25 hotels selected nationwide.

“Being recognised as ‘family friendly’ is a wonderful achievement for us. We had great feedback over the holidays from family groups appreciative of the extra space and facilities our suites offer. Our two bedroom suites in particular are very popular. Parents can have some welcome privacy, and the convenient kitchen and laundry facilities make travelling with children much easier,” says Viresh Mathur, manager of CityLife Wellington A Heritage Hotel.

Set right on Lambton Quay, in the heart of the city, CityLife Wellington A Heritage Hotel is the perfect place to set up ‘base camp’ with the kids and explore the Capital’s many attractions close by.

The 4.5 star Qualmark rated hotel offers spacious fully self-contained one, two and three bedroom suites. The hotel has a gymnasium and 24 hour concierge service on site.

Children under 14 years also dine free for breakfast with a paying adult at the hotel’s Living Room breakfast buffet.  For reservations call 0800 36 88 88. For family accommodation packages at CityLife Wellington and CityLife Auckland visit website: www.heritagehotels.co.nz.

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