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Christmas Brunch At The Langham

 

 

 

 

MEDIA RELEASE

Limitless Méthode Traditionelle this Christmas at The Langham

 

(Auckland – 4 December 2007)

This Christmas Day The Langham Auckland will open the doors to their grand Rangitoto Ballroom for a sparkling brunch complete with a free-flowing Methode Traditionelle open bar.

Guests can expect a full Christmas brunch complete with glazed ham, roast turkey, fresh seafood, plum pudding, mince pies, trifle, Pavlova and over 30 other seasonal favourites.

The Langham brunch is available from 10.00am – 12.30pm and is $105* per person and $79 for children under 12 years.  These prices include limitless Méthode Traditionelle for adults and a photo with Santa for children.

* Best yet, you’re free to enjoy the company of friends and family and we’ll take care of all the cooking, cleaning, breakages and ensuring your glass remains full.

Other events at The Langham this Christmas Day:

 

SBF Brasserie

Buffet breakfast (6.00am – 11.00am): Adults $68 (includes glass of Méthode Traditionelle), Children $35.

Buffet lunch (12.30pm – 3.00pm): Adults $165 (includes a selection of wine, beer and juice), Children $89.

Buffet dinner (5.30pm – late): Adults $165 (includes a selection of wine, beer and juice), Children $89.

The Winery

Special Christmas afternoon tea (12.00pm – 4.30pm): $42 per person.

Reservations are essential and can be made by emailing akl.xmas@langhamhotels.com or by phoning 09 300 2809.

The Langham will apply the policies of ‘Host Responsibility’ at all times.

 

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