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It’s all pillow talk at Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton

It’s all pillow talk at Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton

The level of comfort has reached new heights at Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton with the debut of speciality designed pillows for every type of sleeper from their pillow menu.

“There is something for every sleeper. Where you sleep on your back side, back or tummy, we have the ideal pillow to give you a comfortable night’s sleep at Argent Motor Lodge,” says Clare Gallagher, co-owner of Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton.

Murray Yeates and John Parker from Tabak Waikato were among the first to try out Argent Motor Lodge’s range of speciality designed pillows. Both agreed that the side sleeper would be their first choice. “The back sleeper is great, the side sleeper would be a close second though,” said John Parker.

Camille Buscomb, recipient of Argent Motor Lodge’s social giving was next to choose the pillow for her. From Hamilton, Camille Buscomb is New Zealand’s leading female middle-distance athlete. She is the champion 3000m title holder in New Zealand and is second currently over 1500 metres. It was the tummy pillow that ultimately won her vote.

“At Argent Motor Lodge we really care about your stay with us, we want you have the best possible sleep while you are with us. And with our new pillow menu we can help you achieve that high level of comfort,” says Clare.

For the best service in Hamilton you can’t beat the number one ranked motel on tripadvisor.com, Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton. So whatever the need, be it corporate visit or weekend getaway, Argent Motor Lodge is the perfect place to base yourself during your Waikato stay.

Contact Argent Motor Lodge Hamilton:
www.argenthamilton.co.nz
www.facebook.com/argentmotorlodge

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