Swiss-Belhotel acquires, refurbishes Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak

Hong Kong-based Swiss-Belhotel International purchased Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak, Queenstown in New Zealand. The property located near the Coronet Peak ski fields, Shotover Jet operation and Onsen Hot Pools, will be refurbished in the next 18 months.

Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak currently has 78 guestrooms and suites, the only seven-lane bowling alley in Queenstown, two bars, two restaurants and supporting facilities including gardens and recreation areas.

The refurbishment of the Swiss-Belhotel International will see changes made to the entire hotel. The refurbishment aims to present the hotel as an international venue with the development of new restaurant, bar and recreational facilities.

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Swiss-Belhotel International currently manages a portfolio of more than 125 hotels, resorts and projects located in China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Turkey, Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia and New Zealand. The group has offices in Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia, Europe, United Arab Emirates, China, Indonesia and Vietnam.

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