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Heritage Boutique Collection Suspends Viceroy Hotel Napier

Viceroy Hotel Napier Suspended From Heritage Boutique Collection

Heritage Hotel Management advises that its involvement as Franchisor of the Napier Viceroy Hotel is currently suspended. A dispute has arisen regarding the arrangements between the building owner Mrs Maureen Young and the hotel operator Viceroy Hotel Limited. Heritage Hotel Management is not involved in the day to day operations or management of the property, nor is it involved in the dispute. The association with the Heritage Boutique Collection as a franchise will cease until such time as a resolution can be reached.

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