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Skycity Auckland Easter Hours Of Operation

Skycity Auckland Easter Hours Of Operation

With Easter holidays commencing from tomorrow, SKYCITY Auckland announces special hours of operation for Good Friday (March 25) and throughout the weekend (through to Monday 28 March 2005).

By law casinos and most bars and restaurants must close on Good Friday and as such SKYCITY’s main gaming floor, Pacific Room, PLAY and Alto bar and Casino will be closed from 11:30pm on Thursday 24 March and will reopen at midday (with the exception of Alto which reopens a little earlier at 10am) on Saturday 26 March.

Bar3 will also close from midnight tomorrow night and will remain closed all of Friday to reopen on Saturday at 3pm. SKYCITY’s Atrium Bar will be closed on Good Friday for a private function.

SKYCITY’s restaurants (Orbit, Rebo Café, Observatory, Fortuna, Ming Court) will all remain open with normal operating hours throughout the Easter break.

Easter entertainment will include ‘bunny’ entertainers handing out Easter eggs to customers throughout the complex.

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