Chamber Towers Apartments Christchurch (Christchurch)


Chamber Towers Apartments Christchurch (Christchurch)
Chamber Towers Apartments Christchurch

country: New Zealand, city: Christchurch (City Centre)

Chamber Towers Apartments Christchurch Chamber Towers Apartments ChristchurchChamber Towers Apartments Christchurch is located in the city centre. Restaurants, boutique shopping and Central City lifestyle are immediately at hand. Chamber Towers features two luxurious Penthouse apartments that are comfortable and well furnished. You can enjoy the lavish state of the art bathroom, kitchen facilities and spacious as well as quiet bedrooms. A true entertainers pad with formal dining for 12 and evening room service is also available from the adjacent fine dining restaurant.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Room serviceKitchen
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:

Address:
124 Lichfield Street
Christchurch


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