The Westin Melbourne kicks off 10th Birthday celebrations by unveiling a $5.5million refresh of accommodation rooms.
Helping bring Westin innovation and style to Melbourne for the past decade, The Westin Melbournes famous Heavenly Beds (of which over 1000 have been sold to guests for their own homes), permanent contemporary art collection including works by Bill Henson together with initiatives such as Unwind Hour and Westin Work Out (where you can use the services of a Running Concierge) have ensured a loyal following of hotel guests.
The Westin Melbourne is celebrating 10 years by unveiling $5.5M of renovations.
Now in the Victorian Tourism Awards Hall of Fame for Luxury Accommodation, The Westin Melbourne has invested in a refresh of each of the 262 guest rooms as part of the 10th Birthday plans, including updating the famous Heavenly Beds to offer all king size bedding and adding the latest in flat screen TVs and Bose sound systems with iPod docking stations.
In consultation with interior designers, Neil Bradford Designs, new furnishings, carpets and upholstery in cool caramel, taupe and navy tones completes the $5.5 million facelift of the accommodation rooms.
“The refresh program means were continuing to offer our guests one of citys most stylish hotel rooms to retreat to, that complements the city views, natural light, unique Juliet balconies and luxurious bathrooms we offer,” says general manager, Richard Bussiere.