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Novotel Goes Dancing With the Stars

25 February 2008

Novotel Goes Dancing With the Stars

Viewers of the fourth season of the dazzling Dancing With The Stars television show, starting on TV ONE this Tuesday, could be waltzing away with some fantastic accommodation prizes thanks to sponsor Novotel Hotels.

During each episode, while audience members cheer and vote for their favourite stars, they also have the opportunity to enter the draw for a short break – one for each week. The three-night accommodation prizes are for a different hotel each week, in various locations around New Zealand.

All entrants go in the draw for the Grand Prize, drawn on the eighth and final week. One lucky viewer will win a five night holiday for two at Novotel Hong Kong Citygate, including return airfares, accommodation in a deluxe room and daily breakfast, as well as tickets for two to both Hong Kong Disneyland and the Ngong Ping Cable Car.

Novotel is also providing the stars a chance to relax and rejuvenate during their demanding schedule by providing hotel accommodation for the dancers, judges and crew at Novotel Capital Wellington and Hotel Ibis Wellington.

Accor, the European leader and a major global group in hotels, the global leader in services to corporate clients and public institutions, operates in nearly 100 countries with 170,000 employees. It offers to its clients over 40 years of expertise in its two core businesses:
- Hotels, with the Sofitel, Pullman, Novotel, Mercure, Suitehotel, Ibis, all seasons, Etap Hotel, Formule 1 and Motel 6 brands, representing more than 4,000 hotels and nearly 500,000 rooms in 90 countries, as well as strategically related activities, such as Lenôtre.
- Services, with 30 million people in 40 countries benefiting from Accor Services products in human resources, marketing services and expense management.


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