Hosts of luxury join Huka Lodge

New Zealand luxury lodge and Luxury Travel Gold List finalist Huka Lodge is again hosting a series of events this year to enrich the lodge experience for its guests.

Upcoming events in the series, which has been running since April, include a celebration of the Art of Living from 5-6 August. The weekend will bring luxury specialists like Murray Crane, owner of specialist tailor Crane Brothers; Iñigo Ohlsson, managing director Australia and New Zealand for luxury watch brand Jaeger-LeCoultre; Kim Helas, founder of luxury stationery company Passion for Paper; and Olivia McLeavy from Wellington’s Peter McLeavey Art Gallery to Huka Lodge.



On 3 September, Huka Lodge will hold its annual Louis Roederer Champagne Dinner. The dinner will be hosted by the champagne house’s New Zealand ambassador, Ben Longhurst, and will include a multi-course meal designed to complement the champagne.

The final event of this year’s program is a dinner on 1 October hosted by renowned Martinborough winery Ata Rangi and prepared by award-winning Australian chef Guillaume Brahimi.

All upcoming events are free of charge to guests of Huka Lodge. Room rates at the lodge start at NZ$1,828.50 (about A$1,772) per night.

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