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Choice Hotels Now Available In Tauranga

Choice Hotels Now Available In Tauranga

Choice Hotels are pleased to welcome Comfort Inn Academy (formerly Academy Motor Inn) to the impressive stable of existing Choice hotels in the Bay of Plenty region.

Comfort Inn Academy is proudly Kiwi owned and operated and offers guests luxury accommodation and superior service while still maintaining affordable prices.

Trent Fraser, Choice Hotels Australasia CEO, says he’s thrilled to have this exciting property join the nationwide Choice Hotels offering. “The addition of Comfort Inn Academy means we’re able to give Choice guests an even greater variety of accommodation options in the Bay of Plenty region.”

From business trips to romantic getaways, Comfort Inn Academy is versatile and provides a selection of rooms and services to ensure guests enjoy their stay.

Guests can enjoy an assortment of on-site services including an outdoor seasonally heated swimming pool, jacuzzi and barbecue area, laundry facilities, free hi-speed wireless internet and 32” LED Flat Screen TVs with Freeview in every room.

Comfort Inn Academy guests have guaranteed peace of mind with private off-street parking and a 24-hour surveillance security camera system.

Meals are taken care of too with a selection of breakfast menu options on-hand and restaurant dinner deliveries with chargeback facilities available.

Comfort Inn Academy is situated on Cameron Road in Tauranga and is just minutes from a variety of shopping, restaurants and cafes. It’s also within walking distance from Tauranga’s hospital, Historic Village and Citizens Club and with a free 'drop-off' service to the CBD by arrangement; Comfort Inn Academy is the perfect choice.

To find out more about Choice Hotels and its properties in New Zealand, visit www.choicehotels.co.nz.

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