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Valentine’s Day Decadence


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Valentine’s Day Decadence

(Auckland – January 14, 2014)

Love is in the air, everywhere you look around at The Langham Auckland. Beneath its sparkling chandeliers and within its warm and lavish embrace, it’s a place where many love stories begin or continue to flourish. Spoil your loved one this Valentine’s Day with a luxury experience at The Langham Auckland and they’ll love you forever.

Valentine’s Day Dinner at Eight

Celebrate the magic and romance of Valentine's Day with the one you love at Eight. Your romantic dinner for two begins with a glass of award-winning Louis Roederer Champagne and a stunning red rose followed by a crayfish to share at your table, succulent oysters prepared eight ways as well as the elegant Eight personal degustation. Exquisite chocolate-dipped strawberries finish the evening along with a luxury gift to take home.

Friday, February 14, 2014
From 5.30pm until late
Eight restaurant
$160 per adult

Bookings are essential and can be made at 09 300 2924 or

Valentine’s Day at Chuan Spa

Surprise your loved one with the priceless gift of pampering. Purchase a Gift Card or book the Valentine’s Indulgence package below so you can both fall in love all over again.

The Valentine’s Indulgence package for two is priced at $400 (full value $632) and includes a:

Muddy Elements treatment each (90 minutes)
Back, neck and shoulder massage each (30 minutes)
Strawberry or mango daiquiri each
Complimentary valet parking (subject to availability)

This special promotion is available from Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm, February 3-28, 2014. To make a spa booking, call 09 300 2960 or email

Gift Vouchers

Gift vouchers for all enchanting experiences at The Langham including Chuan Spa treatments, afternoon tea, dinner and accommodation can be purchased by phoning 09 300 2924 or emailing


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