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21st Delegate Goes Free with Ellerslie Events Centre

21st Delegate Goes Free with Ellerslie Events Centre, Novotel and Ibis Auckland Ellerslie

Auckland, 28 April 2014 - The Ellerslie Events Centre has introduced a special offer for companies booking a function for 21 people or more in conjunction with accommodation at Novotel and Ibis Auckland Ellerslie.

For every qualifying booking made between either 1 April – 31 October 2014 or the same period in 2015, the accommodation, breakfast charges and delegate costs for the 21st delegate will be complimentary.

The 4-Star Plus Qualmark rated Events Centre is situated in beautiful, park-like surroundings with the ambience and backdrop of the iconic and historic Ellerslie racecourse. It offers a picturesque setting for any type of meeting, conference or event that is worlds away from the traditional boardroom environment.

Located only 10 minutes from down town Auckland, the venue’s central location enables easy access to motorways and airports and offers extensive, complimentary, on-site parking.

Kim Walsh, Ellerslie Event Centre Sales Manager commented, “The venue caters from 20 to 1,200 guests, has a dedicated in-house catering team and professional event coordinators available to tailor the venue to suit every occasion. By working with Novotel and Ibis Auckland Ellerslie we are able to offer a complete conference package.”

Located just a short walk from Ellerslie Events Centre are the Novotel and Ibis Hotels, renowned for offering quality at a competitive price. Both hotels offer WIFI and SKY TV, with the four and a half star Novotel also offering a fully equipped gym and Acacia Restaurant & Garden Bar providing a relaxed dining experience with a modern Kiwi menu.

To make a booking or an appointment to view the extensive facilities, call 09 524 4069 or email . For more information see

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