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Parkroyal Melbourne Airport is preparing to unveil a major facelift

Located just a few steps from the airport terminals, the hotel will soon unveil an ultra-modern redesign from floor to ceiling.

Rooms at Parkroyal Melbourne Airport are being updated to reflect Australian lifestyle and nature.

The premier hotel at one of Australia’s major airports is undergoing a multi-million-dollar refurbishment aimed at transforming the ‘in-transit’ experience.

The work on Parkroyal Melbourne Airport is due for completion in December and involves all 276 rooms, the lobby, restaurant, café, bar and the meeting and events floor.

“This refurbishment will elevate the experience for guests staying at the hotel, as well as those attending our myriad business events,” said Parkroyal Melbourne Airport General Manager, Cameron Mead.

“We are excited to welcome guests to discover our contemporary new interior design aesthetic which has been influenced by Melbourne’s unique personality and inspired by diverse Victorian aerial landscapes, from the city’s grid-style urban planning to the organic form of the Yarra River.”

The hotel is the only one directly connected to the airport terminals.

Located just 30 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and across the road from Melbourne Airport’s terminals, the property is the only hotel directly connected to the domestic and international terminals via an undercover pedestrian skybridge.

Onsite amenities include modern Australian restaurant Airo, the Airo Café and Airo Bar, which offers boutique beers, regional wines and specialty cocktails.

A fully equipped 24-hour fitness centre, heated indoor lap pool, spa, sauna and steam room further enhance the guest experience.

Every piece of furniture will be custom designed using plush fabrics alongside luminous metal finishes in the newly refurbished rooms. To improve functionality, luggage access, hanging space and the minibar offering will all be enhanced.

The 300-seat ballroom and extensive suite of 14 meeting rooms will receive a sophisticated makeover via muted colour palettes and tailored furniture and fabrics.

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Written by: Jon Underwood
Published: 18 October 2023

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