Accor has expanded its portfolio of luxury
Melbourne, Australia with the opening of the Shadow Play by Peppers, in the city’s vibrant Southbank arts and entertainment district.
The hotel is
within walking distance to the Eureka Skydeck, Melbourne Arts
Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria, Crown Casino, the
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, and the city’s finest
shopping and dining precincts.
Developed by Jonathan Hallinan of BPM, the 46-storey
hotel features a selection of one and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchen and laundry facilities,
as well as floor to ceiling windows.
bars are stocked with locally sourced produce and, for the
ultimate indulgence, guests can stay in a Two-Bedroom Corner
Apartment which comes complete with a private outdoor winter
In addition to the Edwin Wine Bar & Cellar, Shadow Play by Peppers also
features a heated pool,
gymnasium, sauna and steam room, and an enclosed garden space on
the 46th floor, complete with a freestanding fireplace, a
guest lounge and library with an adjoining patio, and commanding
“We’re excited visitors to Southbank can now
experience Peppers’ unique style and acclaimed hospitality. Shadow
Play by Peppers has added a new level of sophistication and luxury
to Melbourne’s accommodation offering, which caters perfectly to
an increasingly selective global market that is looking for
quality, location and facilities of a world-class caliber,” Accor
Chief Operating Officer Pacific, Simon McGrath said.
Shadow Play by Peppers is the brand’s second Melbourne
property. The first, Peppers Docklands, opened in January 2016.
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