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Heritage Auckland Film Festival Deal

Heritage Auckland Film Festival Deal

Heritage Auckland is the host hotel for the annual New Zealand International Film Festival, on in Auckland until 3 August. For guests spending long hours on their film festival marathon, the hotel offers a heated swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi to relax in, between films. An easy walk to main cinemas, the hotel offers accommodation from $189 GST a night for a double room. Plus, an early evening pre-film three-course dinner special for just $39 per person in Hectors restaurant. Website www.heritagehotels.co.nz/auckland

For film festival details visit www.nziff.co.nz

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