Exclusive Video: Inside Cordis Auckland’s Luxurious New Pinnacle Tower
Langham Hospitality Group’s Cordis Auckland has been one of New Zealand’s most awarded hotels for years and now the benchmark has been raised even higher with the recent opening of the Pinnacle Tower, one of the finest hotel developments that the country has ever seen.
Offering stunning 360 degree views of Auckland’s iconic landmarks from the hotel’s upper floors including Waitematā Harbour, Harbor Bridge, One Tree Hill, Rangitoto, Mount Eden and the Sky Tower, The 17-story Pinnacle is home to 244 premium rooms and signature Cordis Pinnacle Tower Suites.
To underline the experience, a new Cordis Club Lounge and the Chairman’s Suite, one of New Zealand’s largest hotel rooms at 252.6 square metres.
The development also saw the expansion of the hotel’s existing Eight restaurant, increasing the restaurant’s capacity from 180 to 250 and the addition of a new ‘Our Land Is Alive’ destination bar, which exclusively showcases food and New Zealand-origin drinks with a local twist.
Cordis Auckland is also home to one of the largest collections of locally commissioned art, with art curators Coupland Cormack having curated a collection of 46 innovative commissions, spanning multiple mediums which have been created by nine of Auckland’s most prominent contemporary artists. Aotearoa.
To find out what’s on offer throughout the property, Cordis Auckland Managing Director Franz Mascarenhas spoke exclusively on camera to Traveler Host and editor, James Wilkinson, at the property recently.
To watch the video, click on the YouTube image above.
Getting to Auckland: Fly with Air New Zealand direct to Auckland
Air New Zealand flies from all over Australia, Asia, the Pacific Islands and North America directly to its home base of Auckland, New Zealand.
Many flights are operated by Air New Zealand’s flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and Boeing 777-300ER, which feature three cabins Economy, Premium Economy and forward Business Premier, with headlining seats trays (with mattress toppers and large pillows for overnight flights), fantastic food and wine, thousands of hours of entertainment and brilliant Kiwi hospitality.
Flights to Auckland offer a new international menu showcasing the best of New Zealand to the world.
On board, premium guests can enjoy seared salmon from Marlborough, free range chicken from Waikato and crisp salads picked straight from the orchards and fields of Gisborne, Waikato and Manawatū.
On the wine front in Business Premier, expect some of New Zealand’s best drops, including Block 3 Pinot Noir 2016 from Felton Road from Central Otago, Crofters Syrah Stonecraft 2018 from Hawke’s Bay and Vineyeard Chardonnay of Kumeu River Mate.
To find out more about Air New Zealand’s onboard offer and new direct flights to New York and what to expect on board, TravelerHost and Editor-in-Chief James Wilkinson spoke on camera with the carrier’s Director of Sales and Customer Service, Leanne Geraghty.
As for flights within the United States, Air New Zealand flies direct to Auckland from New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, Houston and Chicago. For all reservations, go to airnewzealand.com