We are thrilled that the Seppeltsfield Tourist Accommodation, Oscar, a new $50 million six-star luxury hotel at Seppeltsfield which is set to become an iconic landmark for the Barossa and tourism in Australia has been given planning approval.
The Light Regional Council approved the project at a council meeting with works expected to commence later in 2022 and construction set to take 18 months.
Intro Director Damien Ellis said, “We are thrilled to finally have approval and to move into the next phases after investing almost $2 million into the project to date.”
The luxury 12-story hotel will have 71 rooms, including suites and penthouses, with a private balcony for every room.
There will be a viewing deck on the top level with 360-degree sweeping views of the Barossa. The ground floor will have a wellness day spa including world-class treatment experiences, relaxation spaces and an infinity pool. The hotel will also offer a world-class restaurant, private dining room and boardroom.
A tender process has been undertaken to choose a luxury hotel operator which will be announced soon.
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