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A Family Affair at Hyatt Regency Auckland

Media Diary Note
18 November 2010

A Family Affair at Hyatt Regency Auckland

‘Tis the season to help make Christmas wishes come true

WHAT: NZ$99 Family Christmas Day Lunch Buffet

WHEN: 25 December 2010 from 12:00 noon to 2:30pm

WHERE: Princes Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Auckland

Take the stress and hassle out of Christmas by spending it with your family enjoying festive delights and a fantastic atmosphere at Hyatt Regency Auckland’s sumptuous Christmas Day Lunch Buffet.

For just NZ$99 per person, indulge in various live stations that include a delicious Christmas seafood buffet, a host of gourmet appetisers, hot dishes ranging from spiced hapuka to braised Angus beef and venison shanks, and a carvery with traditional roasts of turkey, goose and honey-glazed champagne ham.

Don’t forget to save room for the lavish dessert spread that includes a wide array of international Christmas cakes, cookies, pastries and mince pies.

Adults are welcomed with a glass of champagne, while a pianist provides entertainment throughout the afternoon. There is also plenty of fun things for the children, including a visit from Santa, a clown, a magician, face-painting and a dedicated children’s play area!

And to help make cherished wishes come true this Christmas, Hyatt Regency Auckland will donate NZ$5 from every ticket sold to Make-A-Wish®, a charity that helps grant the wishes of Kiwi children with life-threatening medical conditions.

Tickets:
NZ$99 per person, including GST; children aged 5-12 enjoy a 50 per cent discount, while those under five eat free.

ENDS

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