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Monaco Resort, Nelson expands

Monaco Hotel & Resort

For immediate release

Tempting opening special for summer sun and sunsets at Nelson’s Monaco Resort newly opened Riverside cottages

Nelson, New Zealand …. Monaco Resort opens eight new Riverside cottages just in time for summer.

Opening special unite January 31, 2007 is just $250 per cottage (for up to 4 people) and including continental breakfast for four. ( Perfect for two couples or a family escape).

Enjoy Riverside spacious oh-so-comfortable, fully –furnished, two-bedroom cottages. Open the French doors wide and laze on the terrace surrounded by the Monaco resort’s outstanding flowering gardens. One of the most unique features of the resort are abundant flower gardens always a blaze of colour and blooms. Each Riverside cottage is a private and intimate retreat with space to enjoy and relax in large living area with sink-into lounges. Step upstairs to the second floor with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Sleep-in to your hearts content. Awake refreshed to explore all that sunny Nelson has to offer – weekend markets, extraordinary art studios and award winning glass galleries, delectable wine trails, outdoor walks, golden beaches and cuisine to die-for at city cafes and waterside restaurants. Just 15 minutes from Nelson CBD and 5 minutes from airport. Book now to enjoy the opening special.


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