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Phantom of the Opera in Auckland

Phantom of the Opera in Auckland

The acclaimed musical masterpiece The Phantom of the Opera is returning to our shores and those visiting Auckland City for the show can take advantage of Mercure Hotel Windsor’s great special.

For just $179 per night, you’ll receive a free upgrade to a deluxe room, a ‘Phantom’ gift on arrival and an unbeatable location in the heart of the city, just two minutes walk to The Civic theatre. This offer is valid for stays 14 October to 16 November and is subject to availability.

Bookings to be made directly with the hotel on 09 309 9979.


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