Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels and TransAct Hotel and Motel Brokers have been appointed to market the Perisher Manor Ski Resort for sale on behalf of Keenhold Pty Ltd, a private family holding company. The resort is located on Mount Perisher in Perisher Blue Ski Resort, the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere with 51 ski lifts.
“Perisher Manor is the closest hotel to the main ski lifts of Perisher Blue, including the Perisher Express Quad Chairlift which offers the quickest route up the mountain,” said Rob Cross, National Director, TransAct Hotel and Motel Brokers. “It is a truly ski-in, ski-out hotel.” The Resort comprises 49 guestrooms of deluxe and budget standard. Food and beverage facilites include a restaurant/cocktail bar and café. Attached is `The Pub`, the largest public bistro in Perisher Valley featuring a food court and public bar equipped with pool tables and gaming machines.
“The area is used for live entertainment performances in the evening, featuring the likes of James Morrison, Jimmy Barnes and Kate Cebrano during the ski season,” said Mr Cross. “During the day, The Pub is alive with skiers as it is a reknowned meeting place, enjoying one of the largest daytime trade businesses in Perisher Blue”.
Perisher Manor Resort is the most awarded hotel in the Snowy Mountains region, having recently won the Snowy Mountains Region Awards for Excellence in Tourism for Unique Accommodation. The property has also won industry awards in the areas of Superior Accommodation, Marketing and Best Practices.
“The Perisher Manor Hotel is a virtual goldmine returning its owners a handsome profit in just three and a half months a year ... further opportunity to enhanse profits is expected when work commences on the first stages of the Perisher Valley Master Development Plan in October this year with construction of an 8-seat high-speed chair lift at the hotel`s doorstep.” Remarked George Nicholas, Associate, Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels. “Additionally, the resort has been approved for expansion of the current facilities. An opportunity also exists to add up to 40 apartment-style rooms to the hotel.” said Mr. Nicholas.
The property was formely known as The Valley Inn, with the original section dating back to the 1960s. Extensive additions and refurbishments took place during 1985. Additionally, the property has been approved for further expansion.
Perisher Valley is located in the Kosciusko National Park approximately 500 kilometres south west of Sydney, with an altitude of approximately 1,720 metres. Perisher Valley has combined with three nearby resorts: Smiggin Holes, Mount Blue Cow and Guthega to form Perisher Blue Ski Resort. The four ski resorts are linked on the one lift ticket, incorporating 50 lifts over seven mountain peaks. Accommodation is located in two areas - Smiggins Hole and Perisher Valley.
Further information on Perisher Manor Resort can be found on website: www.perishermanor.com