Super 8 hotel is coming to the island

New Zealand’s biggest hotel chain, Super 8, has announced it will be opening an island hotel on a remote stretch of New Zealand land. 

The new hotel, called Super 8 Inn, is scheduled to open in 2019. 

Super 8’s owner and CEO David Gannon says the project will be a “once in a lifetime opportunity to connect with our community”.

“The island has been a dream for us to open our hotel, and it’s such a beautiful place, it’s a perfect fit for the hotel,” he told the NZ Herald.

“We are incredibly grateful for the support from our local community and we are committed to ensuring this project has the maximum impact on our island.”

The project will give us a chance to show our community the island is a vibrant, thriving and open place to live.” 

Super Eight Inn is being built on land the island has owned since the early 20th century, and will be owned by a group of investors. 

It is expected to employ 50 people. 

Its site is close to the border with New Zealand and has been described as “one of the most beautiful islands on the planet”.

New Zealand has been in a state of crisis since an earthquake and tsunami hit in March, killing more than 8,000 people and injuring more than 3,000. “

We’re delighted to be working with the Kiwi government to bring the Super 8 to New Zealand,” Mr Gannon said.

New Zealand has been in a state of crisis since an earthquake and tsunami hit in March, killing more than 8,000 people and injuring more than 3,000.

It has also had a series of natural disasters in recent years, with at least 13,000 dead.

In December, the country’s top civil servant announced that the country could be forced to introduce a three-tier immigration system.

Gatherings are being held around the country to gather public opinion for a debate in parliament, which is due to begin on Wednesday.

Super 8, which has a long history of working in New Zealand, has been criticised by many people who believe the hotel would hurt tourism and the economy.

A petition calling for the Government to end its sponsorship of the hotel has gained nearly 10,000 signatures. 

“We want the Government, not the Super eight, to end this sponsorship,” it said.

New Zealand’s biggest hotel chain, Super 8, has announced it will be opening an island hotel on a remote stretch…