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Heritage Auckland Completes Rooftop Pool Refurbishment

Heritage Auckland Completes Rooftop Pool Refurbishment

The Heritage Auckland, a four star art deco style hotel located in Auckland’s CBD, has recently redeveloped their outdoor rooftop swimming and spa pool area. The refurbishment has seen the inclusion of outdoor dining and lounge furniture from New Zealand supplier OceanWeave Furniture.

Boasting outstanding views across the city to the Waitemata Harbour, the Heritage Auckland is situated in the heart of Auckland in what used to be the home of Farmers the department store. The Heritage Auckland moved in during 1998 and the development now features two accommodation wings, event rooms, a rooftop heated swimming pool, tennis court, two gymnasiums, indoor and outdoor spa pools, an indoor heated lap pool, day spa, in-house hair salon as well as a restaurant and bar.

As part of the redevelopment, the Heritage Auckland rooftop saw the addition of new luxury outdoor furniture. OceanWeave Furniture, a New Zealand provider of primarily rattan based premium quality outdoor furniture, supplied a variety of pieces including the modular lounge furniture, dining sets, barstools and sun loungers. Guests will have the pleasure of relaxing on furniture that has been designed to withstand hot temperatures, rain and high frequency of use.

The outdoor rooftop area is an attractive feature of this beautiful hotel. With the constant exposure from the sun it was important to offer shade for guests when relaxing at the heated pool, spa and bar area. Shade7, a New Zealand based shade specialist who own the OceanWeave Furniture brand also supplied the hotel with three Riviera Cantilever Umbrellas which offer flexible shade provision.

The Heritage Auckland is part of the Heritage Group which includes nineteen hotels and boutique sites across New Zealand making it New Zealand’s largest suite style accommodation provider.

Visit Heritage Auckland for hotel information and OceanWeave Furniture for outdoor furniture.

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