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Thu, 24 November 2016

Mantra Signs Five Hotels in Australia and New Zealand

Mantra has signed five hotels with a combined total of more than 900 rooms across Australia and New Zealand. The hotels are:

- Peppers Southbank, Melbourne VIC;
- Mantra 900 Hay Street, Perth WA;
- Peppers Queenstown Resort, Queenstown NZ;
- Mantra Club Crocodile, Airlie Beach QLD; and
- Mantra Observatory, Port Macquarie NSW.

This continued growth and development can be attributed to the Groups surging profile and dominant positioning as a hotel operator of choice, said Mantra Group Chief Executive Officer, Bob East. This latest group of acquisitions reinforces the strong momentum in our growth strategy and highlights our ability to convert our pipeline.

In FY2016, Mantra Group increased its portfolio by 11 new properties, adding more than 3,000 rooms to its inventory, making it Australias fastest growing hotel group for the year.

With seven acquisition announcements in the first five months of FY2017, were well-placed to exceed last years record result, Mr East said.

Peppers Southbank, Melbourne VIC

Peppers Southbank, a full-service 164 room hotel, is set to open its doors in late 2018 on a prime site on the corner of Clarendon and Haig Streets in Melbournes vibrant Southbank precinct.

Designed by acclaimed Melbourne architects, Bruce Henderson Architects, the 32-storey hotel will feature a range of onsite leisure and business facilities including a restaurant and bar, meetings rooms, a gymnasium and large outdoor terrace.

Peppers Southbank will join nine Mantra Group hotels in Melbournes CBD. Construction will commence in the coming months.

Mantra 900 Hay Street, Perth WA

Mantra Group is set to operate a landmark 26-storey hotel in the heart of Perths CBD when it opens as Mantra 900 Hay Street in late 2018.

The new-build, full-service 4.5-star hotel will have 250 guest rooms, a signature restaurant with terrace, bar and lounge, meeting rooms, business centre, swimming pool, gymnasium and a rooftop terrace with breathtaking city views.

Construction of the hotel is scheduled to commence in the coming months.

Peppers Queenstown Resort, Queenstown NZ

Mantra Group will operate Singapore-based Well Smart Groups new-build resort development when it opens in December 2018.

Peppers Queenstown Resort, a full-service hotel, will offer 260 guest rooms and suites, a restaurant and bar, leisure facilities, and car parking in the heart of New Zealands adventure and skiing capital of Queenstown.

The new Peppers Queenstown Resort will take pride of place on Shotover Street in Queenstowns city centre, amongst the citys finest shopping, dining and nightlife.

Mantra Club Crocodile, Airlie Beach QLD

Mantra Group has secured a contract to operate Airlie Beachs well known Club Crocodile hotel, as the Whitsundays tourism surge continues.

The hotel, also owned by Well Smart, will be rebranded Mantra Club Crocodile following a major refurbishment of the 160 room property to return the property to its former glory and bring it up to the premier Mantra brand standards.

The hotel will be closed while the refurbishment is carried out to the hotels guest rooms, restaurant and bar, conference room, common areas and leisure facilities and will reopen as Mantra Club Crocodile in time for the busy Christmas high-season.

Mantra Club Crocodile will be the third Whitsundays property in the Mantra Group portfolio.

Mantra Observatory, Port Macquarie NSW

Mantra Group has acquired the Management and Letting Rights for The Observatory in Port Macquarie, one of the Mid North Coast of New South Wales leading, and most awarded, accommodation offerings.

The 4.5-star property, which will be rebranded Mantra Observatory, is located opposite Town Beach, Port Macquaries main beach, and offers 85 spacious hotel rooms and open plan apartments, an indoor heated lap pool, sauna and heated spa, restaurant and cafe, day spa, gift shop, barbeque entertainment area and secure undercover car parking.

Less than 400km north of Sydney and 600km south of Brisbane, Port Macquarie attracts a strong drive market and interstate leisure visitation, well supported by daily flights to Port Macquarie Airport.

Mantra Observatory opened in 2004 by previous managers, Southern Cross Resorts Directors Chris and Trish Denny, and is one of Australias few certified 100% carbon-neutral hotels. Mantra Observatory will be the fourth NSW North Coast property in the Mantra Group portfolio. 

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