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Fable Is The New Benchmark In Boutique Accomodation

The new boutique hotel chain is offering a fresh twist on luxury stays

CPG Hotels is one of New Zealand’s largest privately-owned and operated hotel groups and is on the cusp of opening the first in a collection of stunning boutique hotels across New Zealand. Their itinerary is ambitious, with six further existing properties being refurbished, and set to re-emerge under the Fable masthead within two years, from Auckland, to Picton, to Dunedin.

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We named Fable in honour of travel, and the tales we tell of our favourite experiences. Each with its own story to tell and experience to offer, Fable’s tailor-made selection of properties will all deliver 5-star full-service luxury, imbued with local touches and artful details that set them apart.

Considered art, locally sourced sustainable amenities and thoughtful touches down to the smallest detail all pay tribute to quality, local history and the context of place. One of the first Fable Hotels to open its doors will be Fable Dunedin — where specially commissioned tartan blankets in every suite pay homage to the Scottish ties of the region.

Food too, will play a central role in Fable’s story. Award-winning Group Executive Chef Jinu Abraham spinning culinary wonders built around a focus on local inspiration, whole foods, and sustainable produce grown and raised locally in each hotel’s region.

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Fable aspires to balance the careful consistency that one expects from an internationalstandard boutique hotel, with those bespoke, uncommon twists that elevate a guests’ experience into something rare and memorable.

“In Fable, we are creating something really special,” says CPG Hotels Director of Sales & Marketing Lisa Breckon. “For our customers, one size most definitely does not fit all, so we also want to create space within Fable’s offering to cater to different people wanting differently balanced experiences as guests.”

And here is the twist to the new brand’s launch. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Fable will concurrently launch two sub-brands within its stable alongside the core offering, to meet different parts of the market.

The first of these, Curated by Fable will offer a collection of small-scale properties for those who wish to immerse in a truly personalised, attentively hosted experience. The first of these will be Hotel Fitzroy in Ponsonby-Grey Lynn, set to open on the 17th September 2020.

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On the other hand, STAY by Fable will offer an edited take on luxury, for guests who like a little more modern independence and a digital service bent. “Fable is not just a hotel brand; it’s a passion for excellence and a thirst to seek out the interesting. We aim to bring that attitude through in STAY and Curated properties as well,” says Lisa.

Fable, in essence, seeks to turn a hotel stay into an experience that guests will remember forever. Fable celebrates the unique, the interesting and the local. They take care to balance the common consistency that one expects from an international-standard boutique hotel, with those elements of individualisation, those uncommon twists that elevate a guests’ experience into something special.

From careful thought to the history of each property’s location, architecture and local stories, to contemporary standards of service and sustainability, at Fable every aspect of a guest’s stay will be considered.

For more information visit Fablehotelsandresorts.com

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