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Getaway this coming labour day and break your routine with a value packed short stay. Snap yourself a bargain with a getaway including a late check out, five star accommodation, a buffet breakfast or a bottle of wine, all to help you unwind over the long weekend.

If you enjoy a quaint cabin in the mountains, lakeside luxury or inner city convenience there is something that will help you make the most of three work free days.

Jump in the car and make the most of the long weekend by visiting a new destination or an old favourite. With some value added packages you have no excuse but to celebrate labour day with a trip away.

Tauranga - rThe Sebel Trinity Wharf Tauranga (4 star)

Deal: Visit the sunny harbour for the long weekend and stay in a superior room BB including two full buffet breakfasts for $208 per night. (usually $360 – save over 40%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW46443

 

Wellington - Mercure Hotel Willis Street Wellington (3.5)

Deal: With the economy slumping take a short break and enjoy two full buffet breakfasts, a bottle of wine and a late check out for $99 per night (usually $345 – save over 70%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW12669

Bay of Plenty -Rydges Rotorua (4 star)

Deal:  Scoot away for the labour day weekend and enjoy a Standard bed and breakfast for $145 including free parking (usually $290 – save 50%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW293

Wanaka - Grand Mercure Oakridge Resort (4.5 star)

Deal: Want all the perks but at an affordable rate spoil yourself with a full buffet breakfast for two, bottle of wine and late check out for only $125 per night. (usually $374 – save over 65%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW13318

Queenstown - (Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa (5 star)

Deal: Live it up in absolute five star luxury for $285 including full buffet breakfast for two, bottle of wine and late check to help you relax. (usually $795 – save 60%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW25509

Queenstown - (The Rees Apartment Hotel (5 star)

Deal: Sit back and relax with a beautiful view of Lake Wakatipu and breathtaking sights of The Remarkables. Enjoy your stay in a Lake View Rees Room $145 (usually $325 – save 50%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW54064


Nelson - Grampian Villa and Cottage (5 star)

Deal: Bring back romance and surprise that special someone with a weekend away. Stay an Observatory Villa for $190 per night including views over Nelson to the sea, private verandah, full gourmet breakfast and chocolates. (usually $359 – save 45%)

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Christchurch - (Crowne Plaza Christchurch (5 star)

Deal: Want it all but without the hassle enjoy tasty dinner and breakfast for two at Crown Plaza when booking the Taste @ Crown package for $352 per night. (usually $500 – save over 25%)

Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW2878

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