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Heritage Hotels and The Food Show – A Perfect Pairing

Heritage Hotels and The Food Show – A Perfect Pairing

Heritage Hotels and The Food Show have come together for the perfect pairing, to create a nationwide accommodation partnership for all three of The Food Show events in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland in 2014.

“At Heritage Hotels we are all about the guest experience and quality dining is an important part of every guest stay,” says Graham Yan, chief executive of Heritage Hotel Management. “The Food Show partnership enables Heritage Hotels to showcase our leadership in hotel cuisine through our focus on sustainable and nutritious offerings throughout our hotel chain.”

Heritage and CityLife Hotels and the Heritage Boutique Collection properties will be exhibiting at each show and offering accommodation specials for visitors.

The Food Show is in Christchurch over the weekend 4 to 6 April at the CBS Canterbury Arena. The show boasts the country’s biggest selection of South Island food, drink and kitchen equipment. The Whirlpool Cooking Theatre will be offering world-class cooking demonstrations from Simon Gault, Ray McVinnie, Annabelle White, Julie Le Clerc, Nadia Lim and crowd favourite Peta Mathias.

"We're very pleased to have Heritage Hotels join The Food Show this year as official accommodation sponsor. Their nationwide coverage and leadership in sustainable and nutritious cuisine makes them an ideal accommodation partner," says Dona White, CEO of North Port Events, The Food Show organisation company.

Heritage Christchurch is offering a Food Show special of an overnight stay from $265 GST inc.per night in a one bedroom luxury suite including a bottle of Kim Crawford Reserve wine, The Decadent Fudge Co. taster pack of 12 types of fudge, a copy of Good Magazine, plus, a discounted continental breakfast and complimentary use of the hotel's gym, sauna and heated lap pool. (Offer subject to availability and conditions apply). See www.heritagehotels.co.nz for details.

To book on line visit the Heritage website. Tickets to the show are additional and can be purchased on The Food Show website. Use the promo code FSC31 to receive a free Food Show bag with your ticket purchase. Like Heritage Hotels on Facebook to hear about further ticket giveaways, competitions and announcements.

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