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Naumi to Manage Hotel in New Zealand; First Naumi Hotel Outside Singapore

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Naumi Hospitality has entered into an agreement to acquire and assume management of Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland Airport.

 The 193-room property located in Auckland Airport Precinct will be operated under the Naumi brand and is slated to open in the fourth quarter of 2015.

 The acquisition of this two-hectare property marks not only the groups first foray into New Zealand, but also its first property with major meeting facilities that can accommodate MICE groups for up to 200 persons.

The yet-to-be-named hotel will be closed for an extensive renovation to be retrofitted into a contemporary and modern development much akin to its unique hotel concepts in Singapore.

 Room sizes will start from 27 square metres and all guestrooms come attached with a balcony, while those on the first floor open up onto the gardens.

 The rooms, public and F&B spaces will be extensively stripped and retrofitted with a new interior design.

This is a very exciting project for us. It will allow us to develop the boutique Naumi brand into a full-fledge millennial hospitality brand with different product concepts, said Mr Gaurang Jhunjhnuwala, Director at Naumi Hospitality. With two award-winning hotels, Naumi Hotel and Naumi Liora in Singapore, this acquisition will be a big step forward and a testament to our groups drive towards the growth of Naumi Hospitality into leading markets.

Naumi Hospitality is a part of The Hind Group, who also owns and operates Rang Mahal Restaurants in Singapore, and Ovolo Hotels in Hong Kong and Australia.

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