Save up to 25% with our Connect to Christchurch exclusive offer.
Planing to be in town for an event or to celebrate a special occasion? Or thinking it’s the perfect time for a stay-cation? Well you’re correct, now is the perfect time to book with our exclusive Connect to Christchurch offer, saving you up to 25% on your booking.
To take advantage of these fantastic savings you must:
Book and stay between 1 Oct 2018 – 30 November 2018*
Overlooking the historic and lush Victoria Square gardens and the iconic Avon River, you’ll be in the perfect spot to Connect with Christchurch.
If you’ve visited the city before, you know that this city is bursting with activity! Just a short stroll away is The Issac Theatre Royal, and Christchurch’s freshest new cafes, bars and restaurants which seem to be popping up every weekend, making their mark on the central city.
The options are endless – how will you choose to Connect to Christchurch?
*Offer is subject to availability
What’s coming up in Christchurch?
If something below tickles your fancy, or you’re thinking about attending one of these events, now is the time to book your accommodation.
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NZ Cup and Show Week
From November 12, the most exciting week of the year kicks off in Christchurch! Get dressed up to the nines and place your bets at The Races, or head to the Agricultural Show and become accquinted with some furry friends. There’s something for everyone!
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Black Estate Winemakers Dinner 2018
This will be an evening that no wine lover will want to miss! On Thursday November 8th, Penelope Nash of Black Estate will match a selection of delicious, organic wines with a sensational, 100% organic 4 course menu, crafted by Market Place Executive Chef, Hamish Watt. Tickets can be purchased via email@example.com
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SCAPE Public Art Season 2018
SCAPE Public Art installs free-to-view contemporary public art in Christchurch city. From 6 October – 17 November, the 2018 season profiles seven key elements related to Public Art, from sculptures, paintings, photographs and ceramics to practical and fun art-making activities. Not to be missed!