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Celebrate this Valentine’s Day at Skycity Auckland

4 February 2011

Celebrate this Valentine’s Day at SKYCITY Auckland

SKYCITY Auckland is bringing the romance back into Valentine’s Day with these special Valentine’s Day offers available at outlets throughout SKYCITY. Whether you’re after a quite drink or a three course meal, SKYCITY has something for every couple!

Treat the love of your life to a romantic Valentine’s Day encounter at the winner of Metro Magazine’s 2010 Best Tapas Bar and Best place for a first date award.

Excite your senses and get the conversation flowing as you share a selection of delicious tapas in Belotta’s lively, yet intimate setting, perfectly complemented by a fine glass of sparkling cava, wine or sherry.

dine by Peter Gordon
For something a bit more chic and elegant try Peter Gordon’s award-winning restaurant, dine by Peter Gordon. Spoil your loved one and indulge in a unique blend of Asian, Pacific and traditional European cuisine. Enjoy a six-course set menu this Valentine’s Day for only $110 per person.

Stunning views and food to match - Orbit Revolving Restaurant is situated at the top of the Sky Tower, 190 meters off the ground. The dining room rotates once every hour, providing a truly unique Valentine’s Day experience and amazing 360-degree views of Auckland City.

If you are after something classic try Rebo’s two courses and a glass of sparkling wine menu for $39.90. Wanting to step it up a notch? Try three courses and a glass of sparkling wine menu for $49.90.

The Lobby and East Day Spa
Treat you and your Valentine to a flute of Veuve Clicquot Rosé served with fresh chocolate dipped strawberries for only $25.

For those who like to be pampered relax with a luxury treatment at East Day Spa followed by a flute of Veuve Clicquot Rosé and chocolate dipped strawberries at The Lobby, all for only $85 per person.

Treatment includes your choice of one of the following, Kady Vasty Massage, Green Tea Facial, Express Manicure or an Express Pedicure. All of the treatments are 30 minutes. Bookings are essential so call East Day Spa on (09) 363 7050.

twentyone, The Deck, Sammy’s Place, Aces and Rouge
If you are heading down to the Main Casino Floor or to Level 3 for some Blackjack; head to twentyone, The Deck, Sammy’s Place, Aces or Rouge and celebrate the day of love with two glasses of Lindauer for the price of one!

Bookings are essential for all outlets on Valentine’s Day, so beat the rush and call 09 363 6000 or book online and have the perfect Valentine’s Day.

All outlets are R18 for the service of alcohol with the exemption of Casino bars and twentyone which are R20. The Deck is a supervised area. Host Responsibility limits apply. Offers available for a limited time and are subject to availability.


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