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Business Breaks In The Heart Of Auckland's CBD


Business Breaks In The Heart Of Auckland's CBD

Being away on business doesn't have to be a bore.

The Ascott Metropolis Auckland is offering business travellers one bedroom apartments for just $179 + GST per night including continental breakfast for one and daily newspaper, from Monday to Thursday until the 31 August 2003.

Enjoy the convenience of being located right in the heart of Auckland's CBD amidst Auckland's most fashionable designer boutiques, restaurants and bars.

Each apartment features separate living and dining areas and are well equipped for the modern business visitor with IDD telephones including voice mail facilities and data ports. A meeting room and business centre services are also available to business guests.

Relax after a hard days work in the indoor heated pool, spa or sauna or soak up the breathtaking views of Auckland's famous Hauraki Gulf from the balcony before heading out to sample the delights of some of Auckland's finest restaurants - just a short walk away.

For guests not wanting to venture out there are two bars and restaurants, a 24 hour room service menu and a wide range of movies or cable channels to choose between from the comfort of each apartment. And the next morning, guests can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast and newspaper before tackling the business at hand!

The Ascott Metropolis Auckland is managed by leading global serviced residence chain The Ascott Group and provides a new benchmark in luxurious apartment style accommodation in the heart of the city. World class facilities and impeccable service await guests to the 5-star Ascott Metropolis Auckland, a 170 serviced apartment property located in the lavishly restored former Magistrates Court.

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