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Heritage Hotels welcome Lake Resort Cromwell

Heritage Hotels welcome Lake Resort Cromwell




Heritage Hotel Management is delighted to announce from the first of June 2014 The Lake Resort Cromwell (formerly known as Pisa Range Lake Resort) will become the newest addition to the rapidly growing Heritage Boutique Collection.

Set on the shores of Lake Dunstan in the South Island of New Zealand, the five-star property with purpose built marina is just seven minutes’ drive from Cromwell, and 45 minutes’ drive from Queenstown and the region’s top ski fields. Also close by are a host of award winning Otago wineries and the recently opened Highlands Raceway.

The architecturally designed over-water villas have been constructed to emulate a boatshed theme. Hugging the lake’s edge, the elegant villas can sleep up to eight people and are separable in to one, two and three bedroom accommodation configurations; all with magnificent lake and mountain views.

When utilised as a three bedroom villa, the top floor has two bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms, whilst downstairs there is the master suite, plus, designer kitchen and spacious lounge-dining area opening on to a deck for alfresco dining. Each villa also has a mooring for the boat, jet-ski or kayaks.

“We are thrilled to add this stunning property to our South Island Heritage Boutique Collection. The Lake Resort Cromwell offers the best of winter and summer accommodation and recreational opportunities. This prestige addition builds on our objective to have the most comprehensive group of luxury boutique properties across the country and beyond,” says Ronnie Ronalde group development manager of Heritage Hotel Management.

Also on site at The Lake Resort Cromwell is The Mooring restaurant and bar offering hearty café food during the day and stylish a la carte dining in the evening. In addition, there is an on-site ski and snow board hire shop, and out-door hot tubs for tired après ski muscles.

Soon to be completed on the resort is a state-of-the-art conference facility catering for up to 120 people for a banquet. The conference room offers lovely lake views and abundant natural light. The venue can also be divided into two smaller spaces if required. An exclusive hire option is also available at the resort for wedding and conference groups.

The Lake Resort Cromwell is perfect for the leisure and ski markets, and now with the new conference venue addition, it positions us strongly for weddings and conference segments too,” adds Ronnie Ronalde.

For bookings and information on the resort visit www.pisarangelakeresort.co.nz

Heritage Hotel Management has luxury properties in nine South Island locations including the award winning Heritage Queenstown. More properties are soon to be announced. Website www.heritagehotels.co.nz


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