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Boathouse Row - exclusive NEW executive meetings retreat.

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Auckland, New Zealand. 05 March, 2014. Widely lauded by media and relators as one of Auckland’s top lifestyle locations, Coatesville has just added Boathouse Row to its list of exclusive, private residences.

This exclusive retreat, hidden from view down a quiet country lane is just 30 minutes from Auckland’s bustling CBD, but takes its guests far beyond the city limits in terms of luxury and tranquility. With a serene lakeside setting and lush countryside, the Boathouse Row experience is amplified by its open conservatory, which quite literally lets the light shine in on your live business event or corporate experience.

Where a presence of mind, a blank canvas, blue-sky thinking, a retreat from the bounds of the boardroom, or simply to go someplace new are the order of the day, Boathouse Row presents the perfect setting for the best outcomes.

With flexible catering arrangements and an array of healthy menu options that are in harmony with the setting, Boathouse Row aims to satisfy the mind, body and souls of its executive clientele. Ideally suited to a maximum of 16 corporate meeting guests with board table and presentation space, capacity can be extended to 30 guests for private dining and cocktails. Boathouse Row is both boutique and agile in a way that enables it to really deliver an event as unique and individual as its guests.

On Boathouse Row there is also the temptation of a little play to break up the work. The location and expansive, well-tended lawn area are the perfect playground for grown ups with a range of activities that includes; Floating Golf, Cricket, Croquet and Volleyball.

With a natural landscape of unobstructed views, Boathouse Row lends itself well to a wide range of product launches, promotions and photographic locations. Ideal for luxury cars, furniture and products, especially those benefiting from a natural or waterside backdrop, Boathouse Row presents a refreshing and invigorating setting that reflects many of the natural attributes sought by so many.

On site host, Toni Wickman’s attention to detail is evident as soon as guests enter the property, and this extends to every facet of the guest experience without being at all intrusive. Toni describes the art of hosting as having the ability to “know when to be there and when to simply step back and let guests engage with the setting and their business at hand.” To this end, discretion and privacy is just one of the many appeals of Boathouse Row and its hosts.

Be it work or pleasure or that much sought after balance of the two,
Boathouse Row is a new executive retreat with the benefit of an experienced host in residence.

Relax. Retreat. Indulge and Enjoy….the benefits of business at Boathouse Row
www.theboathouserow.co.nz

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