Equipped with the latest technology and facilities, check-in at one of the latest hotels to open in Australia.
Key features: Moments from the Barangaroo precinct and within walking distance to Darling Harbour, the hotel’s design features include a distinctive geometric façade constructed using 333 individual glass panels and a native botanical theme woven throughout its interiors with 182 soundproofed rooms featuring native flower motifs. In keeping with this theme, host an event for up to 140 guests in the Solander Dining and bar, named after First Fleet botanist Daniel Solander, with the option to spill out into the hotel’s internal garden atrium.
Location, location: The International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) is just a five-minute walk away.
West Hotel Sydney, Curio Collection by Hilton
Novotel Melbourne South Wharf
Key features: Novotel's AUD $150 million development on Melbourne's South Wharf complements the expansion of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC). The four-star property has direct access to the MCEC’s additional 20,000 square meters of multi-purpose event spaces and meeting rooms. The hotel lobby is fully integrated with the MCEC, connecting guests via a fully enclosed walkway. The hotel includes 347 rooms, all with the newest technology.
Location, location: Step outside the Novotel and stroll along the South Wharf Promenade overlooking the Yarra River.
Key features: Located on the banks of the Swan River, The Westin is smack bang in the heart of central Perth, just a 20-minute drive from the airport. With more than 2,300 square metres of versatile event space and boasting 368 rooms, The Westin offers nine meeting spaces equipped with the latest technology, the largest of which will seat round-table banquets for up to 680 people or 840 people standing for cocktail-style events.
Location, location: The hotel overlooks Hibernium Place, a new precinct featuring ’Garum’ restaurant by Guy Grossi, Bodhi J Wellness Spa, a coffee roastery by Mary Street Bakery, an all-day eatery by Graham Arthur and the rooftop bar ‘Hadiqa’ by Andy Freeman.