What is the VIK Program?
Holiday Inn’s are known for their strong family values with the Kids Stay & Eat Free program being really popular among parents (plus a big wallet saver). At Holiday Inn Auckland Airport hotel, we wanted to take this a step further by creating the VIK (very important kids) Program. Put simply, it is a free green wrist band for kids upon check-in that unlocks great savings at some of Auckland’s best family attractions. The catch? There is none! We just put families at the heart of everything we do. Our sister hotel Holiday Inn Rotorua also has this program running so make sure you check them out too!
How to join the VIK program ?
Being a part of our VIK Program is easy and more importantly, free. On arrival to Holiday Inn Auckland Airport hotel you just need to collect your free kid’s wristband on check-in. To receive your discounts just show the green band at your chosen attraction – the logos are on the band and you get a detailed booklet explaining each one.
Our VIK offers:
One of Auckland’s most popular family attractions, immerse yourself in our butterfly house, visit Dinosaur Kingdom where dinosaurs rule the world, see Kiwi, crocs, farm animals and play in our playground or ride our train.
OFFER: Get 20% off all adult and child passes. Available on all attraction passes (maximum family – five people). Excludes Family Pass.
Learn more ► butterflycreek.co.nz
Ready, set, GO. Do you have what it takes to be a (mini) race car driver?
OFFER: One child/teen (12-16) free with any full paying adult when the VIK wrist band is shown. Minimum age to drive: 12. For kids younger, arcade games are also available.
Minimum height: 145 cm
Learn more ► formulae.co.nz
Duck, roll, take cover and run at the speed of sound to avoid being shot with paint! Perfect for those sibling rivalries with paintball, archery and arrow tag available.
OFFER: Get one free Grunt paintball child package (ages 7-15) when another is purchased. Low impact and regular options available (value $35).
Sessions: Weekends join any open session. Weekdays (term time) need minimum of 10 people. Weekdays (holidays) join the scheduled open session. Bookings essential.
Rocket Ropes offers a mix of heart pumping high ropes challenges, including two high courses with over 90 fun aerial activities for ages 6+. Plus a low ropes course for the littlies from 2-6.
OFFER: One teen climb when another teen climb (13-18) is purchased (save up to $28). Note teen pass can be used for child aged 6-12 year
Sessions: Weekends join any open session. Weekdays (Term time) need minimum of 10 people. Weekdays (Holidays) join the scheduled open session. Bookings essential.
Learn more ► rocketropes.co.nz
Ahoy matey! Putt your way around this fun themed mini golf – Australasia’s largest adventure golf course. Choose between two 18 hole pirate-y courses.
OFFER: One child entry free (17 years and under) with any full paying adult when the VIK wrist band is shown.
Website ► adventuregolf.co.nz
Buffet or a la carte, the choice is yours. Enjoy international flavours and dishes inspired by the pacific rim.
OFFER: Kids eat free with a full paying adult when staying at Holiday Inn Auckland Airport hotel. Available for kids 12 and younger. Maximum two kids per family.
View the menu here.
Website ► Vapor Restaurant
Why families love Holiday Inn Auckland Airport Hotel
We are committed to providing family-friendly travel options and that is why families love staying with us:
Kids Stay & Eat Free*
Kids packs for children
Children dine free at Vapor Restaurant – choose between buffet or Kid’s menu
Free use of the outdoor garden pool, ping pong table and arcade games
Disney Jnr channel on the in-room TV
Unlimited Wi-Fi for up to four devices when one parent signs up to IHG® Rewards Club (free to sign-up)
Not available in conjunction with any other offer. One wristband per child aged 16 and under. Offers are valid when participating or dining with a paying adult. Offers are subject to availability and are subject to change. Available for a limited time. Some exclusions apply. $150 savings based on one child and adult doing each activity listed above once.