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Treat your Valentine to the life of a celebrity

Treat your Valentine to the life of a celebrity

Park Suite: Home to
the lucky couple
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Park Suite: Home to the lucky couple

Partingtons private
dining room: The location of the private
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Partingtons private dining room: The location of the private dinner


Treat your Valentine to the life of a celebrity

For further information contact:
Katie Malone, T +64-9-300 2817, M +64-275-476 335, E

(Auckland – 17 January 2008)

Back by popular demand, this Valentine’s Day The Langham will open Partingtons’private dining room exclusively for one couple.

The experience for two includes your own private waiter for the evening along with the exclusive use of Partingtons private dining room, a bouquet of 30 red roses upon arrival, a six-course dinner with matching wine, a night’s luxurious accommodation in a prestigious Park Suite, a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Champagne, strawberries and chocolate dipping sauce, a traditional Langham breakfast in bed the following morning served with Champagne, butler service, a late check-out to 1pm, return limousine transfers within a 30km radius of the hotel (or complimentary valet parking) plus matching dressing gowns embroidered with the couple’s names.

This offer is limited to one couple only on 14 February 2008 and costs $1600.

This is the second year Partingtons has offered their private dining room for the exclusive use of one couple on Valentine’s Day: “Last year we were inundated with people wanting to take up the offer so we’re expecting a similar response this year,” said hotel manager Scott Thomson.

Other offers from The Langham this Valentine’s Day include:

Partingtons at The Langham
New Zealand’s current Restaurant of the Year (2006 and 2007 NZ Culinary Fares), Partingtons at The Langham, will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special six-course dinner featuring delicacies such as crayfish, beef Carpaccio, smoked salmon with saffron dressing and pink Champagne sorbet. The dinner is $105 per person.

SBF Brasserie
SBF Brasserie will feature a sumptuous buffet dinner with over 30 options followed by a special chocolate themed decadent Valentine’s dessert buffet with hand-crafted chocolates, molten chocolate cake, chocolate éclairs, chocolate coated raspberry truffles, chocolate mousse, chocolate cheesecake, made-to-order chocolate crepes and a flowing chocolate fountain with strawberries, cherries and French nougat to dip.

Reservations are essential and can be made by phoning 0800 61 62 61.


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