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James Cook Hotel: New Look for Lambton Rooms

New Look for Lambton Rooms

The James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor in Wellington is pleased to announce the completion of a soft refurbishment of 200 accommodation rooms in its Lambton Wing. The refurbishment includes brand new bed throws, decorative pillows and the minibar cabinets have also been replaced with modern hip height minibar draws, creating a sleek new look. The new minibar cabinets have also been installed in all Club King Rooms and Suites.

The James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor offers a diverse selection of meeting venues catering for up to 350 delegates with stunning city and harbour views of Wellington. The entire conference floor and Whitby’s Restaurant can also be utilised for large events and tradeshows for up to 600 guests. The hotel offers fresh, modern facilities along with a state of the art sound system.

Grand Hotels International owns and manages ten 4 – 4 ½ star Hotel Grand Chancellor properties throughout Australia and New Zealand. All Hotels are in prime locations with a range of facilities offering accommodation for the most discerning guest as well as a host of conference and events facilities on a small to large scale, with four locations catering for over 400 delegates. www.grandchancellorhotels.com

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