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Make Mum’s Day With A Last-Minute Getaway!

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Make mum’s day with a last-minute getaway!

Auckland – 29 April 2005: Forget about the usual cheap perfume and overdone toast, wot about giving mum something she will really enjoy this Mother’s Day with a last-minute getaway on

With value-added inclusions like complimentary breakfasts, wine, chocolates and late checkouts - has pulled together the best selection of deals to ensure mum enjoys the rest and relaxation she deserves.

If mum can’t get away this weekend, why not give her a gift voucher and let her book her own getaway? Vouchers can be purchased at any time online from the comfort of your own home and are sent via email in minutes. gift vouchers can be purchased via the Internet ( or by calling the Customer Service Centre on 0800 441 092 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Mother’s Day Specials

Duxton Hotel Auckland – 5 Star

Down to $199* p/n from $422 p/n – save over 50% on! Deluxe king spa room includes: in-room spa bath, a bottle of Lindauer Fraise, cooked breakfast for two, free parking and a late checkout of 12 noon.

James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, Wellington – 4½ Star

Down to $169* p/n from $348 p/n - save over 50% when you book on! Bed & Breakfast package includes cooked breakfast for 2 in Whitby’s Restaurant. Located in the heart of Wellington with direct access to Lambton Quay, this is a great base for a Mother’s Day treat.

Chateau on the Park, Christchurch

Down to $135* p/n from $265 p/n – treat mum to a getaway in the garden city and save almost 50% on! Deluxe room includes breakfast for two, drink voucher on arrival and complimentary newspaper.


Note to Editor

*Prices are per room for two people and were available in sufficient quantity at the time of writing, however rates and availability are subject to change at any time.


Founded in 2000, ( ) is New Zealand’s leading last-minute accommodation website and the global specialist in its field. Its easy-to-use booking engine offers travellers value for money by selling rooms at the last minute at competitive rates.’s portfolio includes over 6000 hotels, motels, serviced apartments, resorts, guesthouses and bed & breakfasts worldwide.’s office is located in Auckland and its properties can be booked online or through its Customer Service Centre, which provides superior and personable assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from its Australian headquarters. International offices of are based in Canada, Singapore and the United Kingdom.


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