A third hotel will open in Queenstown by Christmas

Another hotel in Queenstown will open before Christmas.

The 120-room, four-and-a-half-star Sudima Hotel in the Five Mile area of ​​the Frankton Flats will open on December 23.

This will be, or about to be, the third hotel opening in recent weeks. Quest Queenstown, in Remarkables Park, opened earlier this month, while Holiday Inn Remarkables Park, developed by QLong Investments Ltd, is expected to open early next month.

Sudima Queenstown Five Mile – which its owners say “reminds of an armadillo” – is the seventh Sudima Hotels property in the group’s portfolio, and follows the recent opening of Sudima Auckland City, while Sudima Kaikoura will launch in the spring next.

Sudima Hotels COO Les Morgan said while New Zealand’s borders may still be closed, the country was “open for business” and had already seen an increase in interest and reservations for December, January and February.

The Kiwis want to get to Queenstown as soon as they can, which shows that local tourism is very important.

“Our new hotel will be a home away from home for New Zealanders and adds to our vision to provide the most accessible and environmentally friendly hotels in key locations across the country. “

Mr Morgan said the hotel’s prime location made it attractive to leisure, business and conference travelers, while it had four conference spaces, with breakout rooms and the possibility of private dinner.

The hotel, which aims for carboNZero certification as soon as possible after opening, offers a range of rooms, including family ones, with dedicated storage for bikes and ski equipment and free parking, located in Five Mile and just across the street. from Queenstown Central.

Several ground floor tenants have already moved in, including Kathmandu, Vivouac Outdoor, redcurrent, Holly & Ivy and Peak Interiors, while others including Skechers and Tanoshi are expected to open soon.

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