Monday , September 24 2018

Packages cater to business-travellers

One of New Zealand’s business hotels is helping business guests ‘switch off’ from the daily grind with the introduction of packages that inspire, relax and energise. 

Located in the heart of Auckland’s CBD, the  hotel has launched three new packages – Mostly Energised, Mostly Inspired and Mostly Social – to ensure downtime is as productive as work time.
Whether guests are in Auckland for an event, need some much-needed rest and relaxation, or are looking for a weekend escape, the packages are designed to leave them feeling inspired, energised and connected.
Guests can stay active in the city with a Mostly Inspired Package, aimed at outdoor enthusiasts, runners, or the health conscious who want to achieve fitness goals or enjoy a slower-paced scenic walk. Thoughtful extras include a personalised Yeti cooling towel (when wet it cools up to 15° below outdoor temperature), an Auckland running map and a bottle of New Zealand’s finest spring water. The Mostly Energised Package is available for those who need to recharge the batteries, and the Mostly Social Package provides a weekend escape for girlfriends or couples hitting the city for a shopping trip, theatre experience, sports game or an overdue catch up with friends.
Crowne Plaza Auckland general manager Tim Pollock said these unique packages had been created to live true to our new brand tagline “we’re all business, mostly”.
“Our guests seek innovative experiences and we’re providing the perfect base where they can feel productive, connected, rested and restored,” he said.
“Our city has so much to offer and in people’s time-pressured lives a glass of New Zealand pinot, or a run along the waterfront is just as important as the daily grind.”

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