Posted By: Kym Klein - 03 May, 2019
At Jet Park Hotels, we are continuously looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint. We are taking another step in our commitment towards sustainability by removing bottled water from our rooms. As an organisation, we are committed to reducing the total amount of plastic we sent to landfill and you can help us by choosing to drink tap water.
We would like to assure you that New Zealand’s tap water is pure and 100% safe to drink, however, if bottled water is preferred, it is available for sale. See our Restaurant staff for more information.
Did you know?
It takes 700 years before plastic bottles start to decompose and it can take up to 1000 years to fully decompose!
Jet Park Hotels believe that environmental sustainability is the responsibility of every individual, business and organisation. Ensuring the environmental health of our country and our planet for future generations is something we take seriously. Together, you, our valued guests along with staff and Hotel owners can make a difference to preserve our beautiful environment for generations to come. https://www.jetpark.co.nz/the-hotel/our-story/sustainability/
Written by Sonja Herrmann on 13 Dec, 2018
Here is a sneak preview of the exciting changes happening in Jet Park Hotel’s new lobby area. The iconic “fish wall” entitled “Schooling” by New Zealand Artist, Rex Homan was previously mounted on the curved wall which has been removed to create a spacious area with a new coffee bar.
Written by Kym Klein on 30 Oct, 2018
Travelling with Family? We have a brand new kid’s menu we’re excited to launch. Kids get to make their own pizza or wrap, enjoy the daily changing slider, ever-popular macaroni and cheese or open beef meat-ball lasagne- there’s something for all kids! Read more...
Written by Kym Klein on 11 Oct, 2018
A fun, practical day was organised for staff children aged 6-15yrs held at Jet Park Hotel Auckland recently. From creating weather stations, giant bubbles, making ‘s’mores’, creating slime, racing hand-made boats and rockets- with a lot of fun in between...