posted on March 19th 2018 in Four Points by Sheraton Auckland with 0 Comments /

Four Points by Sheraton Auckland, part of Marriott International, is giving rugby-lovers across New Zealand the unique chance to win tickets for two people to the Cathay Pacific/HSCBC Hong Kong Sevens in April.

Four Points by Sheraton Auckland will be launching in mid-2018. The hotel will also be reopening the doors to the Queen’s Head Bar & Eatery, one of New Zealand’s oldest pubs. This is good news for sports fans who will be able to watch live rugby and other sports at the gastro pub, while enjoying modern New Zealand comfort food and craft beers from the Four Points Signature BestBrews™ program.

To celebrate, the hotel is on the hunt for the country’s ultimate rugby fans.

Rugby enthusiasts are being asked to submit a story, photo or video that demonstrates why they are New Zealand’s biggest rugby fan on the Four Points by Sheraton Auckland Facebook page. Participants will also be required to share the hashtags #sendmetothesevens and #LifeWellTravelled. Posts should be made by 21 March 2018 for the chance to win a once in a lifetime rugby experience.

The winners will receive three day tickets and three day passes to the exclusive Marriott Executive Suite at the Hong Kong Sevens, which runs from 5-8 April 2018. Accommodation is included, and flights are being provided by Cathay Pacific.

Paul Gallop, Four Points by Sheraton Auckland General Manager said:

“New Zealand is home to some of the most passionate rugby fans in the world. We look forward to sending two of them to Hong Kong to experience some amazing rugby moments that they are sure to be talking about for a long time to come.”

Four Points by Sheraton Auckland is Marriott International’s first hotel in New Zealand. Due to open in mid-2018, the 255-room, 20-level, 4.5-star hotel is located in the heart of the city, on Queen Street, next to Aotea Square.

To enter the New Zealand’s Ultimate Rugby Fan competition, visit the Four Points by Sheraton Auckland Facebook page.

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