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Eco Friendly Transport Gets Green Light From Hotel

Media release                                                                                                  3rd July 2008

Eco Friendly Transport Gets Green Light From Hotel 


Auckland City Hotel – Hobson St plans to strengthen its environmentally-friendly offering by providing ‘green’ transportation to guests. 

General Manager Andy Tan says the new services will include the availability of a hybrid* vehicle to facilitate the pick-ups and drop-offs of guests, plus bicycles for guests to explore the waterfront and CBD.

Mr Tan says Auckland City Hotel – Hobson St has proved particularly popular with eco tourists and Government departments looking to reduce their carbon footprint while travelling.

“Going green has helped us to capture a part of the rapidly growing global eco-tourism market, so it’s something that we are continually expanding on. Our latest initiatives are designed to assist our guests to make their way around the city, carbon-free”, he says.

These initiatives cap off a busy month for the hotel with the farewell of Chief Operating Officer Bernard Soh. All enquiries relating to the hotel can now be directed to Mr Tan.

For more information or to make a reservation please phone +64 9 925 0777 or visit www.achhobson.co.nz   

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