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The Spencer on Byron Hotel - Takapuna Beach
$259 for a Two-Night Luxury Christmas Escape incl. Internet & Late Checkout at the 4.5-Star Spencer on Byron Hotel, Takapuna (value $538)
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- Have the best night sleep next time you're up in Auckland.
- Grab a two-night luxury escape including Internet and late check out at the 4.5-star Spencer on Byron Hotel in Takapuna and pay only $259.
- Spoil someone special with this great Christmas gift.
- Calm your mind in this award winning, 4.5-star hotel.
- Explore the local area and soak up everything that Spencer on Byron has to offer.
Everyone gets to that age when they learn the concept of 'sleeping wrong'. It's usually happens when you have to sleep on the couch, on the floor, or worse yet, in a tent. Don't 'sleep wrong' when you head to Auckland next.
Grab a two-night luxury escape including Internet and late check out at the 4.5-star Spencer on Byron Hotel in Takapuna and pay just $259. Enjoy two nights of luxury yourself, or gift in to someone special for Christmas.
As the winner of the 2012 Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence Award, Spencer on Byron Hotel have everything at their fingertips to make your stay magical. You will be able to escape the madness, forget your worries and indulge in a well deserved break. Each room is decked out with a sprawling double bed, magnificent views of Takapuna and private ensuite. Their late checkout time means that you won’t have to rush out of bed at some inconceivable hour–perfect.
When you stay, make sure to check out their award winning restaurant, Thyme. Their chefs have a wide selection of delicate and sumptuous treats for you to melt over. And of course, you will be right in the centre of the tranquil and charming Takapuna. With theatres, cafes restaurants, shops, cinemas, bowling, beautiful boutique stores and a long, sandy beach at your fingertips, you will be spoilt for choice. Sounds like a dream, right?