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Time for a Healthy Spring Clean

October 7, 2014 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

Spring is when we all reflect on the extra kilos gain during the colder months and consider how to regain our fitness and health especially while travelling. 


Heritage Hotels is conscious of the difficulties of keeping up a fitness regime while away from home and offer its guests’ comprehensive and complimentary fitness activities at each of its five properties in Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Nelson and Hanmer Springs. The Group’s healthy cuisine philosophy ensures there are myriad nutritious and delicious dining options.

Heritage Auckland, centrally located in the CBD, has indoor and outdoor pools, an all-weather tennis court and two well-equipped gymnasiums and is a long term favourite with international rugby, sailing and tennis athletes. While swimming laps in the outdoor pool guests can enjoy amazing views over Auckland’s Waitemata harbour. The popular Raw Breakfast Bar also helps guests stay healthy on the inside.

For those wishing to revitalise after winter, Heritage Hanmer Springs has the added attraction of thermal springs only metres away.  In addition to the outdoor pool, tennis and petanque courts, Heritage Hanmer Springs guests booking the Stay Playful package* receive a complimentary day pass to these soothing sulphur and thermal pools surrounded by peaceful, awe-inspiring Southern Alps. The package also includes one night’s accommodation for two in a superior room, full buffet breakfast at Isobel’s Restaurant, 30 minutes free WiFi in the lobby and overnight parking from NZ$210 per room per night.

Visitors to Queenstown can boost their health breathing its fresh air while hiking or mountain biking the vast array of tracks weaving through this picture postcard region. They can then ease their tired muscles at the Heritage Queenstown in itssumptuous tranquil beds or aid recovery in its heated swimming pool, sauna and gym. Restore energy dining at Heritage Queenstown’s signature restaurant, Mackenzie’s, where executive chef Adrian Lowrey has designed delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian menu options for the health conscious.

*valid to 19 October 2014, subject to availability and conditions apply

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