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Damien O’Connor to open Base Taupo

Minister of Tourism Damien O’Connor to open Base Taupo

Base is very proud to announce that the Minister of Tourism, The Hon Damien O’Connor and Mayor of Taupo, His Worship the Mayor Rick Cooper are to officiate in the formal opening of Base Taupo on Thursday 17th April 2008.

Base COO, Peter Webster says “We are honoured to have the minister of Tourism and Mayor of Taupo officiate in the opening of the newest addition to our Base family. Such an endorsement reflects on our quality offering within New Zealand and specifically in the Taupo region. Proceedings commence at 7.00 p.m and we look forward to welcoming all of our industry partners”

Base Taupo is a “one stop shop” hostel with an unequalled range of facilities to maximise guests’ valuable time and enjoyment of Taupo. A quality bed for every budget is available from private ensuited doubles to dorm rooms with shared facilities. Every bed is fully made up and of hotel quality. The facilities, fittings and small touches, such as central heating, ensuite bathrooms, bedside lighting and high speed wireless internet provide a superior experience meaning that we are able to accommodate even the most discerning traveller without compromising on comfort or quality.


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