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Accommodation in NZ for Rugby World Cup easy and accessible


2 August 2011
MEDIA RELEASE

Accommodation in New Zealand for Rugby World Cup is easy and accessible

Best Western’s New Zealand website has been revamped, giving consumers an easier and faster way to search and book 17 Best Western hotels around New Zealand - just in time to book accommodation for the Rugby World Cup.

Consumers can now search for hotels by city, airport and attraction and find the best rates and packages for their stay. Best Western has a “low rate guarantee” policy when you book online, or you receive a 10% discount – giving you even more reason to book online.

Kimi Anderson, General Manager of Sales and Marketing for Best Western Australasia said, “The new website, with greater capability, makes searching and booking accommodation even easier. Our online bookings have grown substantially over the past few years and we’re sure that the new website will continue to deliver on our guest’s expectations for a quick and easy booking process”.

For more information on Best Western in New Zealand visit www.bestwestern.co.nz


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