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Come celebrate at The Langham, Auckland


Come celebrate at The Langham, Auckland

(Auckland – 25 September 2013)

Indulging in Tiffin Afternoon Tea at The Langham Auckland has to be one of life’s most enchanting pleasures.

Savouring the most exquisite delicacies, teas and champagnes in the delightful surroundings of The Winery is a legendary tradition that continues to charm guests from around the world.

So this month the luxury hotel is taking a moment to celebrate this with a newer, more enchanting Tiffin Afternoon Tea menu, an exciting luxury getaway competition and a glass of champagne, naturally.

Come experience the hotel’s exquisite new Tiffin menu with tempting treats like goats cheese and truffle tartlets with sundried tomatoes, eclairs with smoked salmon and honey mustard sauce and parmesan and lime sables.

But don’t expect the pleasure to end there.

From Monday to Thursday during the month of October, every adult who partakes in Tiffin Afternoon Tea will also receive a complimentary glass of Louis Roederer Champagne and go in the draw to win a fantastic stay at the grand Wharekauhau Lodge in Palliser Bay, New Zealand with domestic flights, rental car transfers, accommodation, dinner and breakfast for two all included.

So come raise a glass and celebrate – and make your October one to remember at The Langham, Auckland.

Tempting Tiffin

Tiffin Afternoon Tea (includes your choice of a selected tea or coffee)
Enjoy a complimentary glass of Louis Roederer Champagne
Go in the draw to win a night for two at Wharekauhau Lodge in Palliser Bay, New Zealand (domestic flights, rental car transfers, breakfast and dinner included).
Mondays to Thursdays only, September 30 – October 31, 2013
Choose from two sittings: 11:30am to 2pm or 2.30pm to 4.30pm.
NZ $45 per adult (a Labour Day surcharge will apply).

For reservations please telephone (09) 300 2924 or email This promotion is exclusive and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, membership entitlement or Langham Supper Club discounts.


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