Wed, 29 Nov 2017

IHG Signs Holiday Inn Hotel in Werribee, Australia

IHG has signed a Holiday Inn hotel in Werribee, Western Melbourne.

 Opening in 2020, the 150-room Holiday Inn Melbourne Werribee will be part of a mixed-use development project which will include offices and retail space.

The hotel will feature an all-day dining restaurant and bar, gym, parking, and 300m2 of meeting facilities including a function room for up to 400 people.

150-room Holiday Inn Melbourne Werribee. Click to enlarge.

Boasting a prime location on Synott Street in the heart of Werribee’s CBD, guests will have easy access to all the tourist attractions on offer, including Werribee Park, the Victoria State Rose Garden, the Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre, the Werribee Open Range Zoo and Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre.

 The hotel will also be just a short drive from both Melbourne and Geelong CBDs, as well as the two major airports, Avalon International Airport and Melbourne International Airport.

Ross Pelligra, Chairman of Pelligra Group, said, “Werribee and the Wyndham region is set to become a driving force in the development of Greater Melbourne, with a population that’s forecast to increase by 53% in the next 15 years. Already we are seeing a flurry of development activity currently in wider Wyndham Council, and we’re proud to be part of that progress. I’m particularly excited to partner with a global hotel leader like IHG to bring Holiday Inn Melbourne Werribee, a hotel that is expected to be the best development of its kind in Werribee.” 

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