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Leading Sydney airport hotel rebrands


Novotel Sydney International Airport to operate from April 1

Effective immediately, Mercure Sydney International Airport will rebrand to Novotel Sydney International Airport, following the completion of a multi-million dollar refresh.

 

Situated just 1km from Sydney’s Airport precinct, the popular hotel amongst frequent business flyers and leisure guests will continue to operate under the Accor banner of internationally recognised midscale brand Novotel.

 

  

Novotel branded hotels around the globe are known for providing a multi-service offering for both business and leisure guests, with spacious, modular rooms, 24/7 catering, balanced meals, meeting rooms, attentive and proactive staff, child-friendly spaces, a multi-purpose lobby and fitness centres.

 

General Manager Novotel Sydney International Airport, Zayne Boon, said: “We’re delighted to continue to operate this hotel under the Novotel brand. Novotel resonates so well across the globe and is an instantly recognisable name in the mid-scale hotel space, known for its multi-service offering with the versatility to cater to our loyal business and leisure guests.

 

“In conjunction with an extensive renovation, we saw an opportunity to further leverage the Novotel brand’s presence around the Sydney Airport precinct, and we are excited to welcome guests and showcase the refreshed hotel from today.”

 

Working closely with WMK Architects, the hotel’s recent multi-million dollar refresh has seen an upgrade to the lobby, guestrooms and grand ballroom. Guest rooms are enhanced with block out curtains and double-glazed windows to help provide a good night’s rest for travellers.

  

   

The new design incorporates a botanical theme throughout with contemporary, vibrant elements utilising wooden accents, botanical wallpaper and pops of colour. The hotel’s restaurant and bar concept will be reimagined with a new menu to launch in coming weeks that will feature a paddock to plate philosophy with an emphasis on supporting local Australian producers. 

 

Meetings and events have not been forgotten with the grand ballroom, which accommodates up to 400 delegates, also receiving a makeover. Providing vehicular access, operable walls and flexible arrangements, the grand ballroom can accommodate all types of occasions from business conferences to social events. Meetings at Novotel will feature the InBalance theme, which aims to leave each guest with a calm and motivated attitude. InBalance offers a range of health benefits for delegates, created in conjunction with Novotel’s Wellness Ambassador, Sally Fitzgibbons.

 

Ensuring the family market is well catered for, the hotel’s Family Suites are spacious in size and boast picturesque views of the airport and surrounding parklands. Comfortably sleeping five people, the family suites have been transformed and boast new furnishings and bedding packages.

  

 

Located just minutes from the International Terminal, Novotel Sydney International Airport offers guests a full suite of activities designed to banish jetlag -  including bushwalking in the Wolli Creek Valley, Cooks River and parklands just opposite the hotel and Kogarah Golf Course. Now, with its new look and name the hotel provides an even more appealing layover for travellers in and out of Sydney.

 

With ample car parking onsite, the hotel is the ideal base for travellers who need to drive a distance to reach the airport. With special stay, park and fly packages available, it makes travelling interstate or overseas even more convenient and affordable.

 

Celebrating its new name and new look, Novotel Sydney International Airport is offering guests $25 off each night and $1 breakfast for stays from now through to January 31, 2020 when booked direct at Accorhotels.com before August 30, 2019.

 

*Reservations are subject to availability and conditions apply.  

 

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Published: 1 April 2019


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