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Heritage Auckland NZ International Film Festival Special

Heritage Auckland NZ International Film Festival Special

The New Zealand International Film Festival offers some welcome winter respite for movie buffs from July 18 until 4 August. For those planning a multiple movie marathon, host hotel Heritage Auckland promises guests will ‘stay rested’ with a great weekend special during the event.

Enjoy a night’s accommodation in a superior room, over night valet car park, complimentary arrival drink in the bar, breakfast for two in the hotel restaurant and a late check out for just $189 inc. GST per night. Upgrade to a suite for just $20 inc. GST more.

Heritage Auckland is the host hotel for the festival’s visiting directors and producers, and is just a stroll to the central city cinema venues. The hotel has a heated lap pool, spa pool, sauna, tennis court and health club on site.

The hotel’s lobby bar and café is open until late with a tapas menu or award winning Hectors restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The accommodation special is also available at convenient CityLife Auckland A Heritage Hotel set on Queen Street. To book call reservations on 0800 36 88 88 or visit (Offer is subject to availability and valid for weekend nights only during the festival. Tickets not included).


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