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Cutting Edge Conference Centre and 60 New Rooms for 2015


Cutting Edge Conference Centre and 60 New Rooms for Jet Park Hotel in 2015.

Jet Park Airport Hotel is pleased to announce it will open a conference centre and 60 new guest rooms in spring 2015. The new multi-storey conference centre will have capacity for 250 people and will be located close to the existing hotel. With modern guest rooms and state of the art facilities the hotel and conference centre complex will be able to offer the very best services to a variety of market segments.

Some of the key features of this modern, contemporary development is natural lighting in all the conference rooms, cutting edge technology for sound, data and audio-visual requirements, and the continuation of our award winning environmentally friendly operational principles already employed at the hotel. The hotel will also develop a pond and wetland area with native planting adjacent to the centre with an outdoor area where groups may enjoy BBQs, teambuilding activities, and that is suitable for outside product launches.

Liz Herrmann, one of the hotel’s directors says of the new developments, “This new extension of modern rooms and cutting edge conference facilities will complement our already existing assortment of rooms and meeting facilities which our guests have come to expect and enjoy. This will give us the opportunity to further enhance our wonderful guest service, for which we are well known.”

The hotel’s situation near Auckland Airport, together with the direct, complimentary shuttle service, free car parking, and quality 227-room accommodation will make Jet Park Hotel and Conference Centre an ideal and convenient venue for meetings, product launches, conferences, trade shows, and weddings.

Jet Park Hotel was opened in 1998 and is a family owned enterprise which enjoys a 4-Star Plus and Enviro-Gold Qualmark rating. It currently offers a wide selection of room types from its 167 guest rooms, conference facilities, and an award winning restaurant, pool, gym, and lounge bar. Jet Park Hotel has an outstanding team who are dedicated to personal and caring service, not only for their valued guests but for the environment, their staff, and the community. For information about the hotel visit

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