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New hotel for NewQuay

04 Aug 2016

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NewQuay developer MAB Corporation has secured a deal to construct the largest hotel in the Quest network.

MAB will develop the 221-unit property for Ascott Limited and Qatari Investment Authority, which will in turn be leased by Quest Apartment Hotels.

Construction of the hotel, at the corner of St Mangos Lane and Caravel Lane is set to begin early next year and the hotel is expected to open in 2019.

It will join the soon-to-be-completed Four Points by Sheraton in NewQuay, which is currently being constructed by Hiap Hoe.

MAB managing director of residential David Allt-Graham said a new hotel in the area would be a positive outcome for Docklands.

“Hotels are great because they support businesses in the area and support the leisure industries,” Mr Allt-Graham said.

Mr Allt-Graham said securing the deal for the new hotel was very positive for MAB Corporation.

“It’s another big piece in a growth phase we’ve been going through,” Mr Allt-Graham said.

“Docklands ticks a lot of boxes for hotel operators. It’s a really great leisure destination and its accessibility to the city is also very appealing for business travellers.”

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