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Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel

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5th February 2013

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel Auckland

Treat your loved one to a romantic evening at the new look Rendezvous Grand Hotel Auckland.

The culinary teams at the hotel’s two restaurants have prepared special menus to make your Valentine’s Day evening extra special.

Choose from an intimate candlelit dinner at Straits Cafe with a sumptuous three-course set menu where you and your loved one can enjoy the best in local and international cuisine.

Or enjoy the best in Japanese cuisine at Katsura Restaurant. The intimate surroundings provide the perfect place to savour the three-course set menu prepared by Katsura’s Japanese chefs.

In keeping with the Rendezvous Grand Hotel’s ongoing commitment to providing exceptional accommodation at superior value, the hotel has recently completed an extensive refurbishment of all 452 guest rooms, restaurants, bar and lobby area.

The large guest rooms and suites feature chic decor and modern amenities. This, combined with some of Auckland’s finest dining, shopping and entertainment on its doorstep, the Rendezvous Grand Hotel is the perfect getaway in the centre of Auckland City.

Straits Cafe Candlelit Dinner: $65 per person.

Katsura Japanese Dinner: $60 per person.

The Valentine’s Day dinner offers are only valid for February 14th. For more information visit: rendezvoushotels.com/auckland

The Rendezvous Grand Hotel is located at 71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland.

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