Accor unveils $40 million renovation at Pullman Melbourne


Accor’s Pullman Melbourne on the Park has reopened after a 40 million Australian dollar renovation.

The 419-room flagship hotel’s renovation, by leading architects DKO, includes 19 floors of completely renovated superior, premium and deluxe rooms and suites, as well as a new Executive Lounge and the William Clarke Sky Villa.

“Pullman Melbourne on the Park has always been a top choice for visitors to Melbourne’s major sporting and cultural events throughout the year,” said Sarah Derry, Managing Director of Accor Pacific.

“This spectacular renovation will take their hotel experience to the next level.”

Each bedroom has a window chair to relax and enjoy the view, while the privacy glass in the bathrooms can be switched between a transparent window panel and a non-transparent opaque panel.

The new Executive Lounge on Level 18 features plush velvet sofas, marble tables, a large flat-screen TV and a bar with views over the MCG and the city skyline towards Port Phillip Bay, while the William The renovated Clarke Sky Villa offers guests a luxury experience on the top two floors of the hotel.

The reopening comes as Melbourne hotels see a steady rise in occupancy and forward bookings for April and beyond.

“With domestic travel still favored by Australians, the popularity of staycations, the much-anticipated kick-off to the AFL season and return gigs, we expect this growth to continue,” Derry said.

“We are also confident that with the easing of international restrictions, Melbourne will regain its place at the top of the wish list of international travellers, in the meantime we look forward to many Australians experiencing all that the hotels are famous for. Pullman in the world. in a world-class city.

The latest renovation follows an earlier investment to transform the ground floor lobby, reception and the hotel’s Cliveden Bar and Dining areas.


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