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Fino Hotel & Suites now open in central Christchurch

25 November 2016

Fino Hotel & Suites now open in central Christchurch.

Within walking distance from the bustling bars and restaurants on Victoria Street, the Mediterranean themed building is located on Kilmore Street opposite the Christchurch Town Hall and adjacent to the Christchurch Casino.

Surrounded by both new and old architectural buildings, the hotel has a range of affordable and spacious rooms with indulgent touches.

With meeting rooms, an onsite restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a beauty salon and day spa, the 4.5-star accommodation has 48 apartments and 4 penthouse suites which cater to the needs of both business and leisure travellers.

Entry level Fino suites are well appointed with a spacious living room, laundry facilities, full kitchen and private balcony. Three of these suites are fully accessible.

The Deluxe suites offer the same features as the above entry level rooms, but with an additional two private balconies. Corporate suites have two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and Family suites cater to children with an X-Box and toy box on offer. Pet friendly suites are also available.

Boasting the largest Penthouse suites in the city complete with an outdoor balcony and deck, the suites can host up to 50 for an event, offering indoor outdoor flow and with a spectacular view of the city and mountains.

Conference facilities will be available for 30 people, while the atrium can hold up to 50 for a standing event.

Click here for more information about Fino Hotel & Suites.

  • Julia Hunt

    International Trade Marketing Manager

    Where's Julia? In Sau Paulo attending the inaugural Kiwilink Brazil and Argentina trade show organised by Tourism New Zealand, showcasing our region to the emerging South America market. Over the course of a week, over 80 meetings were held with Product Managers from across both countries, and over 260 Frontline agents were educated on what to see and do in the city and the region.

    Julia Hunt