Work on New Zealand's biggest new hotel, projected to be finished around the middle of this year, is "slower than first envisaged" and next March is the earliest guests can book.

"Now accepting reservations for stays from March 1, 2020," says the web site for the $300 million 195-room Chinese-owned Park Hyatt on Auckland's waterfront on the former America's Cup bases.

Last year, covered in scaffolding. Photo / supplied
Last year, covered in scaffolding. Photo / supplied

A spokesman for the hotel's developer, Fu Wah, said today: "The project has been slower than first envisaged, but that is in line with most projects of this size in Auckland, due to complexity of the build, constraints on

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