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Festive Packages For Christmas Functions

Media Release from Millbrook Resort October 17 2006

Festive Packages For Christmas Functions At Millbrook

Queenstown's five-star Millbrook resort is billing itself as the perfect venue for Christmas functions this festive season with some unbeatable function and accommodation packages.

The multi-award winning property has a range of options and venues available within its stunning 500 acre grounds for the ultimate end-of-year Christmas celebration.

Venues include The Clubhouse, The Café and a brand new year-round marquee called The Pavilion - this is a silked function room with chandeliers and landscaped outdoor seating area.

Options start from $35 per head for a BBQ dinner in The Pavilion, or $55 per head for a three-course set menu in The Clubhouse, or a second option including accommodation and an arrival drink priced from $140 per person.

The top range option includes half price accommodation, dinner, arrival drink and a choice of 18 holes of golf or a one-hour massage at The Spa at Millbrook, priced from $210 per person.

Where accommodation is included, all prices are based on a twin share basis in Village Inn rooms and include a full buffet breakfast.

Millbrook C&I Co-Ordinator Aynslee Bell said the venues will be decorated with Christmas table centrepieces, crackers and candles, and The Pavilion will also have a Christmas tree.

The three venues can cater for group sizes from 10 to 140 depending on room settings and entertainment requirements. There are a variety of theming and entertainment options available on request.

Ms Bell said Millbrook was also organising a multi-business Christmas function on December 9 in The Pavilion aimed at encouraging smaller groups to hold their Christmas function together.

"It's a great way to network and have fun at the same time," she said.

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