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New Wellington Hotel welcomes the LA Galaxy

New Wellington Hotel welcomes the LA Galaxy Football Team

The Copthorne Hotel Wellington, Oriental Bay is delighted to announce that it has been chosen to be the official accommodation provider to the Los Angeles Galaxy when they visit Wellington to play the Wellington Phoenix Football team on Saturday the 1st of December 2007 at the Westpac Stadium.

Mr. BK Chiu, Managing Director of Millennium Hotels & Resorts NZ is thrilled with the Galaxy’s visit and hotel choice, saying "We are proud to be hosting one of the world’s best-known football teams and supporting this unique event in Wellington. This highlights the capital’s ability to offer a wide range of cultural, sporting and leisure activities. It keeps New Zealand top of mind as a destination for both tourists and as a conferencing venue".

A recent $10 million refurbishment along with the hotel’s prime waterfront position overlooking the beautiful Wellington Harbour, will see the visiting team enjoy the hotel’s five-star service and six-star views.

The hotel features contemporary décor, exceptional dining options at the One80º Restaurant, heated indoor swimming pool and state of the art technology, including all the convenient home comforts such as broadband internet, modem points, and a large wall mounted 32 inch LCD television. The choice of accommodation includes 4 spacious luxury suites; 55 superior plus rooms, 17 superior rooms and 42 standard rooms. Each of the 118 superbly appointed guest rooms has its own private balcony offering scenic harbour or city views.

The Hotel is owned and operated by Millennium Hotels and Resorts, New Zealand’s largest owner and operator of hotels with 32 properties under the Millennium, Copthorne and Kingsgate brands, from the Bay of Islands in the North to Dunedin in the South.

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