Ramada Lakeside Resort and Spa - Rotorua

An excellent investment opportunity!


Safari Group (NZ) Ltd is pleased to present yet another unique property development, Ramada Lakeside Resort and Spa - Rotorua located in the beautiful surroundings of Lake Rotorua, with stunning views across the water to Mokoia Island. This development is clearly a piece of paradise in Rotorua, which annually boasts the third highest number of annual tourist visitors in New Zealand. The latest tourism forecasts indicate that the tourism sector in Rotorua is expected to increase with total visitor number to reach 3.332 million by 2013. Rotorua Airport is now operating as an international airport which now truly makes Rotorua accessible from anywhere in the world.

The opportunity consented is for a five star resort comprising 34 luxury villa residences. The resort will be complete with a full geothermal heated pool and health relaxation spa, complimented with a resort restaurant and conference and function centre, all on the picturesque Rotorua lakeside.

Understanding that life's true luxuries exist in natural beauty, space and tranquility, Lakefront Villas presents superbly appointed residences offering the highest level of quality, service and surroundings that only a few discerning investors will have the privilege of owning.

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2017
Ramada Lakeside Resort and Spa - Rotorua

Safari Group’s future five star development on the edge of Lake Rotorua has gained resource consent, so the construction design work is now underway. This property comprises 34 villas allowing 68 separate key luxury suites, with an on-site restaurant and conference centre available for business travellers, and luxury spa facilities available for the leisure traveller.

Safari Group is also proud to announce its partnership in securing a Ramada Resort franchise licence to flagship this property. Ramada are known for their high-quality accommodation, which will ensure Ramada Resort and Spa will have an exclusive status in Rotorua. Rotorua is one of New Zealand’s premier central North Island tourist destinations and is renowned for Maori cultural, and geothermal attractions. This property will be released to the market in 2015 and construction will commence on site in late 2015.