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Great Savings With The Ascott Metropolis Auckland

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AUCKLAND, 21 July 2003 - Visitors to the City of Sails or local's wanting to treat themselves to a night out, can now experience luxurious apartment-style accommodation at Auckland's hottest property, The Ascott Metropolis Auckland, at a great price by taking advantage of free membership to its new Key to Success Club.

Rowena Howe, Director of Sales explains that the Key to Success Club is a convenient and cost-effective way for visitors to Auckland to experience the luxury of The Ascott Metropolis Auckland and its first class facilities at a great price.

"The Key to Success Club entitles members to some great savings at The Ascott Metropolis Auckland with premier accommodation packages and associated benefits within the property's first class facilities," said Ms Howe. "Members will be kept informed of themed offers, such as the planned Key to Romance and Key to Leisure offers, via regular member updates."

Guests can enjoy a stylish studio apartment at the great price of $149 (available until 31 August). Sleep in and relax with a midday checkout and complimentary continental breakfast. A 20% discount off food and beverage at the property's restaurants and bars and complimentary upgrades to harbour-view apartments are more great offers available exclusively to Key to Success members.

The great news is anyone can become a member. To take advantage of this unique opportunity and join the Key to Success Club, simply contact 0800 202 828 (freecall within NZ) or email

Located in the heart of Auckland's CBD, and in Auckland's premier fashion district, The Ascott Metropolis Auckland offers panoramic views of the harbour and Albert Park. Enjoy the superior facilities, such as the fully equipped gymnasium and a 22 metre indoor heated pool or relax at one of the two bars and the two restaurants. Each superior serviced residence includes a fully equipped kitchen, electronic safe, ensuite bathroom, lounge and dining room.

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 Auckland's CBD. Epitomising luxury and comfort, The Ascott Metropolis Auckland offers both discerning and accomplished, business and leisure travelers alike, refined standards of service and commitment. 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. For more information on locations and properties visit


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