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Chifley Suites Auckland Wins People's Choice Award

Chifley Suites Auckland Wins People's Choice Award

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One year on from opening, Auckland’s four star all-suite serviced apartments, Chifley Suites Auckland has been voted Best Serviced Apartment at the annual Corporate Events Guide People’s Choice Awards held at Ellerslie Events Centre on Friday evening.

The Corporate Events Guide People’s Choice Awards have been running for four years. These awards honour New Zealand companies that have excelled in their field of expertise over the past twelve months. The Awards are voted by the New Zealand public throughout the year on the Corporate Events Guide website and directly relate to the quality of service that companies are offering across New Zealand. Over 2000 companies were nominated across the 37 categories.

Chifley Suites Auckland General Manager, Bradley Burnett, said the team was ecstatic at this surprise win.

“It came as a complete shock for us as we’ve only been operating for a year. This is a fantastic first birthday present and testament to the hard work and effort our dedicated team has put in. It’s always so much more satisfying when the positive feedback comes from your guests and customers. Thanks to the team and everyone who voted.”

The Qualmark four star rated serviced apartments Chifley Suites Auckland is located in the heart of Auckland’s CBD. All 110 fully self catering one and two bedroom suites provide a superior standard in long and short stay accommodation at competitive prices right on the doorstep of all that Auckland has to offer. For the best place to stay in Auckland – as voted by the people – book now at or call 09 916 1888.


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