Tim Manning comments on Swiss-Bel Queenstown

Norwich Properties and Tim Manning – New Zealands most experienced property developer is thrilled to have engaged Swiss-Bel as the operator or its latest Hotel in Queenstown. It plans to work with Swiss-Bel to roll out further hotels around New Zealand to complement their 120 hotels in Asia to date. Tim Manning likes doing deals with Kiwis, especially successful ones and Tim is very excited about the partnership of Swiss-Bel Resort Queenstown.

Swiss-Belhotel rebrands ski resort in New Zealand

TTGasia – Article by Hannah Koh, Queenstown,

Published August 22, 2013

SWISS-BELHOTEL International will take over the management of Coronet Peak Hotel and rebrand it as the company’s first New Zealand property, the Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak.

The upscale resort is situated within the ski playground Coronet Peak and was previously running under independent management.

Swiss-Belhotel is set to fully rebrand and launch extensive upgrading on the property to meet four-star standards, and will add extra conference and meeting space as well as outdoor hot tubs.

Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak general manager, Marcus Kennan, said the resort would remain operational throughout the refurbishment process. “We are lucky we can close different accommodation wings of the hotel and carry out work, without impacting the guests staying with us. Total scheduled completion date is the end of March 2014.”

Gavin Faull, chairman, president and owner of Swiss-Belhotel International said in a press release: “Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak Queenstown is the closest resort to the Coronet Peak ski field and this lends an exclusivity that is perfect for well-heeled international travellers and aspiring skiers and snowboarders.

“Queenstown is an immensely popular destination in both the summer and winter months, with June to September seeing droves of snowboarders and skiers descend upon Coronet Peak’s 280 skiable hectares and extensive, state-of-the-art snowmaking installations…This guarantees a long season.”

The resort offers 75 rooms and a range of leisure facilities including a spa and sauna, pentaque, volleyball, croquet, badminton, ski waxing and drying rooms, Queenstown’s only ten-pin bowling alley and an après-ski restaurant and bar.
Online article at: http://ttgasia.com/article.php?article_id=21568

August 28 2013 06:27 pm | Property Development and Tim Manning

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