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Wot's On - Cup and Show Week


Wot's On - Cup and Show Week

Join in on the racing fever and get along to the Christchurch Cup and Show week which starts Friday 7 November and runs until the 15 of November.

Be part of the racing, fashion, food and entertainment, in the week that Christchurch comes alive to create a festival atmosphere that is jammed packed with energy, action and style.
Whether its fashion on the fields or the racing events that you favour enjoy it all and by staying in town by booking some great deals and rates, enjoy the day further by finishing it off in a luxurious hotel and late check out.

Book your Cup Week accommodation in Christchurch now with these fantastic deals!


Millennium Christchurch (5 star)
Deal: Racing season has hit Christchurch stay in the middle of all the action in an Executive Suite starting from $355 per night. Enjoy the spacious surroundings that include offer separate lounge/dining and bedroom, Cathedral views, with king bed and spa bath. (usually $520 – save 30%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW403

Quest Christchurch Serviced Apartments (5 star)
Deal: Enjoy the Racing season staying in style in the ‘Studio Apartment’ at the Quest Christchurch Serviced Apartments fully self contained and includes a continental breakfast all for $156 (usually $212 –save over 25%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW8877

BeachLife Apartments (4.5 star)
Deal: Want to get away from the busy centre of Christchurch stay on the eastern coast of Christchurch in a sea view two bedroom apartment for $179 per night (usually $230 – save over 20%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW52779

Hotel Off the Square (4.5 star)
Deal: Celebrate in style staying in a deluxe loft apartment with a fully equipped kitchen for $270 per night. (usually $460 - save over 40%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW8477

Parkview on Hagley (4.5 star)
Deal: Treat the family to a day at the races and indulge by staying in a family suite. Consisting of two luxurious hotel rooms with an interconnecting door. Relax in the master bedroom with the children in the other for $298 per night including parking. (usually $400 – save 25%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW50781

Crowne Plaza Christchurch (5 star)
Deal: Lap at the luxury at the Crown Plaza Christchurch indulging in the ‘Splendour package’ which includes accommodations in a Club room a bottle of bubbly twilight drinks and continental breakfast in the Club Lounge and valet car parking all for $342 per night. (usually $600 – save over 40%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW2878

Heritage Christchurch (4.5 star)
Deal: Enjoy a champagne breakfast before the races on the balcony of the penthouse studio on the 12th floor taking in the views of the city and some views of the majestic Southern Alps all for $343 per night. (usually $475 – save over 25%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW1132

All Seasons Christchurch (3.5 star)
Deal: Want to save more to spend at the races but still wants the perks. For $115 per night including full buffet breakfast for two, a bottle of wine on arrival and a late check out until 1pm. (usually $299 –save over 60%)
Link: www.wotif.com/hotelW52160


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