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Beechtree Suites Taupo Voted Top Clean 2013

Beechtree Suites Taupo Voted Top Clean 2013

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Beechtree Suites has been voted by online booking website, Venere.com's users, as Top Clean 2013. This award is exclusively determined by Venere users' feedback and only a number of properties across the world have received it.

The Heritage Boutique Collection property is set conveniently close to the Taupo township, offers a range of accommodation options including lake view spa studios, deluxe spa studios, plus two and three bedroom suite options. Also available is space for small meetings and corporate retreats.

Immaculately presented, the suites and studios have a modern, fresh and stylish décor.  Air conditioning is in each suite for summer and winter comfort, plus, free Wireless internet is also provided. All suites feature kitchenettes and many studios offer a spa bath as well as a separate shower in the en-suite bathrooms.

Guest reviews often mention the friendly service and helpful staff of this 4.5 star property. Last year, the property also made the Expedia Insiders’ Select™ List.

“We at Beechtree Suites  are consistently focused on delivering value to our guests in the form of superior customer service, ensuring our guests have an enjoyable travel experience,” say Jacqui & Barry Goold Managers  of  Beechtree Suites.

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