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Jazz It up at Heritage Christchurch

Jazz It up at Heritage Christchurch

Heritage Christchurch as a proud sponsor of the Cavell Leitch NZ Jazz and Blues Festival is offering luxury suite accommodation from NZ$275 GST inc. a night during the festival. The hotel is just metres from the Isaac Theatre Royal and a stroll to other venues. The hotel has elegant fully self-contained suites and an on-site heated lap pool, sauna and health club.

To tantalise Jazz fans’ taste buds there is a pre-show dinner in the hotel’s newly re-opened Maddison’s restaurant prior to the Ramsay Lewis concert on26 May.

Maddison’s pre-show dinner is from 5.30 PM until 7.00 PM. Diners can choose from a two-course meal for NZ$45 or a three-course for NZ$55 including a dessert. Reservations are essential on ++64 (3) 983 4895 or email maddisons@continental.co.nz

For Heritage Christchurch accommodation bookings visit www.heritagehotels.co.nz

For information on the Cavell Leitch NZ Jazz and Blues Festival - May 25-29, 2016 see www.jazzbluesfestival.co.nz

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