Melbourne is getting a brand new chain of new-build boutique hotels and Spice has all of the details.
Boutique four-star property Brady Hotels will officially open in Melbourne on October 1, 2014. Located at 30 Little Latrobe Street, nestled between Melbourne Central and RMIT University, it will be the latest boutique chain to grace Victoria.
Brady Hotels is being built by developers Brady Group, and designed by SJB Interiors. Brady Group will retain full ownership and management of the hotel, and plans to roll out further accommodation under the brand in the future.
“We’ve poured our heart and soul into this property,” William Lee, General Manager of Brady Hotels said.
“Brady Group has been developing apartments for more than 20 years and we are experts in creating liveable, boutique spaces in big cities. Our guests are going to appreciate style, comfort and four-star amenities when they stay. We refer to it as ‘The Brady Experience’,” he said.
Brady Hotels is a 16-floor property with 146 rooms. There will be four executive, two-bedroom apartments on level 15, and two, two-bedroom penthouse apartments on level 16. Lower floors will offer 84 standard and executive rooms, as well as 56 studios. All rooms have balconies, executive rooms offer a separate study area and studio rooms include a kitchenette.
Guests who stay in Brady’s two-bedroom apartments on levels 15 and 16 will enjoy stunning views over Melbourne. These apartments have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining and living area, full kitchen facilities and generous balconies.
Brady Hotels will feature all of the necessities that business and leisure travellers require, while treating guests to a truly unique stay: Scandinavian-inspired timbers, blue stone floors, copper fittings, Japanese tiles and custom-designed furniture.
Brady Hotels will offer climate control air conditioning and flexible bedding configurations with quality Sealy Posturepedic mattresses.
Wireless broadband Internet, Foxtel and in-room Smart TV will ensure that all guests are fully connected during their stay.
Guests can relax at the on-site restaurant, bar or utilise the gym. Business travellers will also have access to a business centre. Two fully equipped conference venues can be combined into a larger venue accommodating up to 80 people if required, and in-house catering can be arranged to suit guests’ needs.
The conference rooms can be configured as u-shape, theatre or board-room, and offer large LED display, teleconferencing, video conferencing, as well as wireless broadband internet access. “Guests will enjoy superior value-for-money at Brady Hotels. They’ll be in the heart of Melbourne in beautifully designed accommodation. Guests will enjoy unique rooms, the latest technology, business facilities, conference rooms, restaurant, bar and gym, at a very reasonable price,” Lee said.
Spice understands more hotels are set to be announced in due course.