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Mamma Mia with The Ascott Metropolis Auckland

Oct 20 2003

Mamma Mia Arrives in Auckland with The Ascott Metropolis Auckland.

Every ABBA crazed fan will be in "Dancing Queen" heaven with The Ascott Metropolis Auckland's Mamma Mia Packages. This floor stomping, show-stopping performance that has won the hearts of ABBA lovers worldwide will only be seen in Auckland.

Rowena Howe, Director of Sales, explains that the Mamma Mia Packages are an ideal way for anyone to see thsi exciting and entertaining performance in comfort and luxury.

"These packages are not only great value, but allow guests to choose the Package that best suits them. Ranging from accommodation and show right up to accommodation, show, pre-show dinner and breakfast the next day" said Ms Howe, "Our guests will not only experience a first class show, but Auckland's first class property as well."

The Ascott Metropolis Auckland has three Packages available: Mamma Mia Bronze for $459+gst, Mamma Mia Silver for $489+gst and Mamma Mia Gold for $569+gst, all including Premium Seat Tickets to the show.

Conveniently located in Auckland's CBD, close to the theatre, the Art Gallery and the Museum as well as the fashionable shopping districts of Chancery Lane, O'Connell and High Streets, The Ascott Metropolis epitomises the unrivalled quality of The Ascott Group's leading luxury brand "The Ascott".

The elegant studio, one and two-bedroom residences feature separate living and dining areas, fully equipped designer kitchens with the latest appliances, IDD telephones with voicemail facilities, data ports, individually controlled air conditionning and heating, television with cable channels and movies. All residences have breathtaking views of the glistening harbour or the serene Albert Park.

Facilities available to guests include a 22 metre indoor heated swimming pool, a fully equipped gymnasium, sauna and spa pools. There are also two bars and two restaurants, a meeting room, business centre services, 24 hour room service and grocery shopping facilities.

About The Ascott Group:

The Ascott Group boasts an 18 year industry track record and serviced residence brands that are market leaders in the in the Asia Pacific region.

The group's luxury "The Ascott" brand projects an elegant lifestyle appealing to top executives. "The Somerset" brand offers stylish, contemporary living for senior management executives. In Australia, the

"Oakford" brand offers centrally located, spacious and affordable serviced apartment accommodation. For more information, visit


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