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4-Star accommodation from $891 a night


Media release

30 November 2012

4-Star accommodation from $891 a night

Hotels by nakedsleep.com strips the cost of top quality, city centre accommodation

Starting this week, Hotels by nakedsleep.com is providing the cheapest2 available 4-star accommodation in New Zealand.

Through partner hotels in Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington and Christchurch the nakedbus.com affiliate is broadening its backpacker accommodation - offering up-market options from $891.

Standing by its commitment to lower accommodation prices, Hotels by nakedsleep.com also guarantee to beat any competitor’s price by at least a one dollar2.

nakedbus.com founder and CEO Hamish Nuttall says the new, up-market option comes off the back of strong growth in nakedsleep.com’s budget accommodation plans.

“nakedsleep.com’s outstanding accommodation deals have really appealed to Kiwis and visitors alike. Hotels by nakedsleep.com is a natural extension that caters for travellers looking for a more up-market experience at a great price,” Nuttall says.

“nakedsleep.com customers can expect to pay up to 50% less than the standard or ‘rack’ price.”

Travellers can find more information at the Hotels by nakedsleep.com website.

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