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Polynesian Spa voted second place in AA 101 Musts for Kiwis


Media release
26 November 2012

Polynesian Spa voted second place in AA's 101 Musts for Kiwis.


AA Tourism asked New Zealanders to vote for their favourite 101 must do’s in New Zealand out of 1,600 listings. The iconic public voting campaign attracted a total of 283,000 votes. Rotorua’s famous Polynesian Spa has been voted in second place.

The number one must do voted by kiwis is Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa, and at number 9 lists Coromandel’s Hot Water Beach, underlying what a timeless and enduring activity hot mineral bathing is for kiwis to relax and unwind in our kiwi culture.

“We are thrilled to be voted as the second most popular Must-Do in New Zealand by kiwis”, says Managing Director, Martin Lobb. "We congratulate our South Island counterparts Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa for their top placing and we thank our loyal facebook followers and voting kiwis for supporting us in this campaign". Martin believes great customer service and continuous improvements to its facilities are crucial to Polynesian Spa’s on-going success.

Polynesian Spa just completed a stylish upgrade to its deluxe spa therapy wing, the Lake Spa Retreat in July 2012.
Polynesian Spa marked its 40th birthday in April 2012, Polynesian Spa has also been named one of the Top Ten Spas in the world by the prestigious Conde Nast Traveller magazine six times in the last decade.

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