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‘Runaway resort' to welcome $50m hotel

1 month ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

A $50 million-plus hotel on a prime downtown site is the next project for Queenstown.
Leading local developers John Martin, John Darby and Michael Davies are eager to build the hotel on top of the four-level Man Street car parking space that they own.
The trio, as Man Street Properties Ltd, lodged a resource consent application for the 205-room complex with the district council last week.
It's one of at least a dozen major hotels by various developers planned for the runaway resort, firmly in the grip of an unprecedented tourism explosion.
If the construction of the hotel is approved this...
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