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Strike Gold at Hilton Queenstown’s eforea: spa at Hilton

Strike Gold at Hilton Queenstown’s eforea: spa at Hilton

QUEENSTOWN, New Zealand – October 18, 2012 – Hilton Queenstown is celebrating Central Otago’s 150th gold anniversary in fashion, with an exclusive promotion with New Zealand’s leading shoe designer, Kathryn Wilson.

From 15 October 2012 until 7 November 2012 every guest of Hilton Queenstown’s luxurious eforea: spa at Hilton will be invited to enter a competition to win a pair of Kathryn Wilson high heeled shoes, with a metallic gold heel.

The gold heeled shoes, designed by Hilton Queenstown brand ambassador Kathryn Wilson, will be drawn at an intimate event held at the eforea spa at Hilton Queenstown on 7 November.

Arrowtown near Queenstown, in Central Otago, is an historic destination founded by gold miners who first discovered gold in the Arrow River in 1862. The 150 year anniversary of this discovery is being commemorated by a series of events held throughout October 2012.

Andrew Nisbet, General manager, Hilton Queenstown, said “The gold rush is an integral part of the region’s history and the whole resort is gearing up to celebrate this anniversary. The Kathryn Wilson promotion is a fun way that guests at Hilton Queenstown can join in the festivities.” For bookings and enquiries contact the eforea: spa at Hilton located at Hilton Queenstown on 03 450 9416.

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