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0800 422 524

Calais Mount Resort
6 Adams Avenue
Mt Maunganui
New Zealand
Ph +64 7 575 3805
Fax +64 7 575 3807
Email calais@xtra.co.nz




Calais Mount Resort - a luxury venue for Conferences, Meetings,
Product Launches and Displays, Interviews, Management Discussions.

Our conference facilities cater for up to 15 people comfortably and offer outside courtyards for coffee breaks.

Catering:
With our award winning Chef Stephen Barry, we can cater for all your conference needs with our in-house restaurant "Mount Bistro". We can also provide picnic lunches for the beach, or a packed lunch if you are heading out on an activity. Our restaurant can be booked separately for corporate breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Featuring:
- Large Screen Viewing
- Overhead Projector
- White Board
- Flip Chart
- 29" Television
- DVD Player
- Data Port
- Complimentary iced water and mints
- Theatre Style or Boardroom Seating
- Photo Copying service
- Full catering service from our restaurant
- Outdoor area for lunch or relaxation between sessions
- Corporate Dinners
- Corporates rates available in conjunction with conference bookings


Larger conferences can be held at the Surf Life Saving Club Rooms
200 metres from Calais, overlooking the beautiful Ocean Beach for 30+ people.

Conference Activities
We are more than happy to assist you in organising tours, activities and outings. There is a wide range to choose from with loads of water sports, jet boat rides, scenic flights, trips to volcanic White Island, dolphin watching, fishing trips, wine trails, sky diving, specialized farm tours, team building exercises, etc.

Bring your next business meeting to the Calais Mount Resort at beautiful Mount Maunganui

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