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Ovolo Opens Hotel in Melbourne, Australia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 11 September 2012
 

Ovolo has extended its portfolio of hotels with the opening of its first property in Melbournes CBD.

The boutique hotel comprises 43 rooms ranging from studio apartments to the luxury penthouses complete with personal terraces, pinball machines and boxing bags.

Located on Little Bourke Street, the hotel is a stones throw from the Paris end of Collins Street, Melbourne, the theatre district and a host of trendy eateries and boutiques such as Long Grain and Gingerboy, with close proximity to Chinatown and just a 100-metre walk to Parliament House.

Our aim is to provide truly effortless living and experience our unique personalised service with all the extras included, said General Manager of Business Development Gaurang Jhunjhnuwala.

Taking inspiration from the hidden secrets of Melbournes laneways, each room offers surprise quirks such as chalkboard walls, shaving mirrors in the showers, and innovative design to the last detail. Included in each room is luxury amenities from NYC Malin + Goetz.

Personalised, 24-hour reception service, free WIFI unlimited to device, complimentary daily mini-bar, unrestricted local calls and GrabnGo breakfast services are all part of the price.

Rated one of the best cities in the world Melbourne was an obvious choice. We hope our guests enjoy their stay so much they never want to leave! But if they must, theyll have access to Melbournes unique lifestyle right outside their door, Jhunjhnuwala said.

The Ovolo Group plans to expand throughout key cities in Australia.

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