In­vest in a coastal par­adise

By the quiet wa­ter’s edge on Hokianga Har­bour you’ll find the wel­com­ing Copthorne Ho­tel and Re­sort Hokianga.

Sunday Star-Times - - PROPERTY -

With its scenic lo­ca­tion and prox­im­ity to top tourist at­trac­tions, this four-star, Qual­markrated ho­tel is the per­fect coastal es­cape for city-weary trav­ellers and a fan­tas­tic desti­na­tion for ad­ven­ture­seek­ing tourists. It’s also a pop­u­lar wed­ding venue with cou­ples drawn to this ro­man­tic beach­side set­ting in the ‘win­ter­less north’. The ho­tel con­sists of 33 units in three build­ings. With 12 rooms fac­ing the har­bour in one block, and the bal­ance of 21 rooms with beach and gar­den views, this is a dream in­vest­ment. With the beach­front rooms a short stroll from the shore and those with bal­conies of­fer­ing mag­nif­i­cent views of the har­bour and sand dunes, it’s hard to think of a more tran­quil coastal re­treat. With its white and pale wood ac­cents and high vaulted ceil­ings, the at­trac­tive main build­ing houses the pop­u­lar Sands Bar and Bri­ars Restau­rant, plus qual­ity con­fer­ence fa­cil­i­ties and the ad­min­is­tra­tive block. Also part of the prop­erty are 10 pop­u­lar lux­ury villas known as The Heads, which will form part of a man­age­ment agree­ment be­tween the cur­rent owner of the Copthorne Ho­tel and the new owner. In­come from the ac­com­mo­da­tion will be split be­tween the par­ties. Copthorne Ho­tel and Re­sort Hokianga has ben­e­fited greatly from be­com­ing part of the Copthorne Ho­tels brand, op­er­ated by the Mil­len­nium Ho­tels in 2012. One of the most dy­namic ho­tel com­pa­nies, Mil­len­nium Ho­tels owns, as­set man­ages, and op­er­ates more than 100 ho­tels across the world and New Zealand. This stun­ning re­treat is per­fectly sit­u­ated to ex­plore all that the Hokianga Har­bour area has to of­fer, in­clud­ing forests, sand dunes and the sand­bar. Horse treks, bi­cy­cle tours and fish­ing char­ters all draw ad­ven­ture seek­ers to the area. Hokianga Har­bour is also the ideal base from which to ex­plore Omapere and Waipoua For­est, home to one of New Zealand’s best-known at­trac­tions, the an­cient kauri tree Tane Mahuta. With tourist num­bers break­ing the 3 mil­lion mark, this is a once-ina-life­time op­por­tu­nity for wouldbe in­vestors. Tourists pumped more than $930 mil­lion into the North­land econ­omy in the year to April, a num­ber that’s ex­pected to keep ris­ing. One of the sunny North­land’s bestkept se­crets, the Copthorne Ho­tel & Re­sort at 335 State High­way 12, Opononi, of­fers a sub­stan­tial ac­com­mo­da­tion base and mean­ing­ful food, bev­er­age and con­fer­ence fa­cil­i­ties, mak­ing this ho­tel a key player in the area.

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