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New Appointment - Heritage Hanmer Springs

New Appointment - Heritage Hanmer Springs

8 July 2014

Heritage Hotel Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Duncan Mackenzie as the general manager of the Heritage Hanmer Springs.

Duncan has a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Hotel Management from the Schiller International University Dunedin Florida USA and has held a number of management roles with hotels throughout New Zealand. He joins Heritage Hotels from his current role as manager of the Hanmer Springs Forest Camp.

“I am really excited to work for such a respected hotel chain and be able to remain in this fantastic part of the world. Heritage Hanmer Springs is a property that has always inspired me with its special history, excellent conferences facilities and flexible accommodation options,” says Duncan.

Duncan takes up his new role on 28 July.

Heritage Hanmer Springs set in an historic 1930s lodge specialises in conferences and weddings for up to 150 people and accommodation ranging from hotel rooms, to garden rooms and three bedroom self-contained villas.

On site are a swimming pool, tennis and petanque court and tall original trees in formal garden surrounds. In the main building is a ballroom and historic dining room with a welcoming open fireplace in winter.

Just 90 minutes’ drive from Christchurch airport, Hanmer Springs offers an array of recreational and gourmet opportunities from artisan foods, fine dining, craft shopping, award winning wineries and thermal spa indulgences.

For further information visit www.heritagehotels.co.nz/hotels/heritage-hanmer-springs

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