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Wed, 30 Aug 2017

Mantra to Open 176-Room Hotel in Canberra, Australia

A former office tower transformed into a 176-room hotel as part of the Canberra’s vibrant urban renewal program will open next month.

 Mantra MacArthur Hotel is located at 219 Northbourne Avenue in Canberra’s inner city suburb of Turner.

The hotel is located close to the central business district, the Australian National University and has a light rail stop, which seamlessly connects the hotel with the city, directly outside the hotel.

Artist's impression of the Mantra MacArthur Hotel in Canberra, Australia. Click to enlarge.

Mantra Group Chief Executive Officer, Bob East said, “Not only will Mantra MacArthur Hotel be a major boost for the local economy from an international and domestic tourism perspective, but it also supports the local economy by creating numerous long-term hospitality jobs.”

The opening of the 10-storey Mantra MacArthur Hotel in late September will see Mantra Group operating just under 500 rooms across four hotels in Canberra.

A $19 million retrofit has transformed the office building into a full-service hotel featuring 136 hotel rooms and 40 suites as well as a brand new Podilato restaurant and bar serving Greek Mediterranean-style cuisine, a fully equipped gym, 24-hour reception, secure parking, internet lounge and express check-out.

The overall design by AMC Architecture features a modern industrial approach with interiors of black steelwork, brass, mirrors and stone with areas of exposed structure such as visible soffit and ductwork in the bar and restaurant. 

To celebrate the opening of Mantra MacArthur Hotel, guests can stay in a Studio Room from $129* per night including 1GB Wi-Fi daily, drink voucher on arrival and 12pm late check-out. 

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