Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch to Reopen Two Years After Earthquake

Great news from New Zealand today, where the Rendezvous Group has announced its Christchurch hotel is due to reopen by May 1 this year, more than two years after a series of earthquakes across the city caused structural damages to the hotel.

The property was originally expected to reopen on March 1 last year, however, the hotel’s owners postponed the return after engineers insisted of further checks to ensure the quakes had not compromised the structural integrity of the building.

Now with repairs on the building complete, Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch general manager Brad Watts said the hotel is ready to open its doors to visitors once more. “The hotel is looking fantastic and we’re thrilled to be in a position to re-open,” Watts said.

For a limited time, the hotel is offering guests a pre-opening discount of 10 percent off the best available rate every day of the week. 

The Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch has 171 guests room and occupies levels four to 15 of the Pacific Tower. 



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