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New Hotel and Conference Centre experience in Hamilton

Abbots Hamilton offers a new Hotel and Conference Centre experience in Hamilton

A new name for a quality Hamilton hotel has been announced.

The independently owned and operated hotel has taken on the new name Abbots Hamilton – Hotel and Conference Centre, formerly the Comfort Inn Southern Cross Hamilton.

Abbots Hamilton – Hotel and Conference Centre is a family owned and operated business that has been operating for 13 years and has stepped out from under the Comfort Inn Choice Hotels Brand to market itself independently.

A four star self rated facility with 31 accommodation rooms and two conference rooms offers customers a hotel experience with motel convenience.

The Owner Operators are well versed to cater for all your needs and know the market inside and out and the importance of delivering quality customer service.

Ray Mudford, Owner of the land and buildings, is delighted with the new Abbots Hamilton name and is looking forward to welcoming new and existing customers.

“Abbots Hamilton used to run under the Comfort Inn brand however we have made the decision to operate independently to focus on our customers and delivering excellent accommodation, conferencing and a restful sleep for weary travelers,” said Ray.

Abbots Hamilton offers comfortable and affordable accommodation within easy walking distance to Hamilton’s CBD, restaurants, café and theatre precincts. It is also close to Waikato Stadium, Claudelands Event Centre and Sneddon Park.

“The beauty about this location that its 15 minutes to any location in Hamilton and central to the North Island, Auckland, Tauranga, Raglan, Rotorua from a visitor perspective and we are a hybrid product offering all the services of a hotel with added convenience of a motel,” he said.

There is a range of accommodation to choose from; King and Single Rooms, Executive Super King, Superior Spa, Executive Balcony and Family options.

Guests enjoy access to high speed WIFI, Abbots in-house entertainment system with access to over 200 + channels and movies and Abbots Café for in-house dining. There is free on-site parking too.

Abbots Hamilton’s location means it is ideally situated for corporate, domestic and international travelers, and is well appointed and caters for leisure, sporting groups, corporate and the road warrior.

The Conference Centre is perfect for those meetings or conferences and can cater for up to 85 people.

The two private and secure conference rooms with natural light offer flexible space for meetings, conferences or private gatherings for just two people to 85 guests (theatre style). There is also a group specialist especially for teams or special interest groups.

Abbots Café offers in-house dining which has proved very popular serving breakfast and dinner with room service as a convenient option. Similarly Abbots Hamilton has set up chargeback facilities with a number of popular Hamilton Restaurants/Cafes.

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