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Five new hotel openings in Australia in 2022
Australia’s infrastructure boom is continuing with thousands of new five-star hotel rooms being added across major Australian destinations next year.
When The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne opens in the heart of the city in 2022, it will take centre stage in the city skyline offering breathtaking panoramic views of Melbourne. The hotel's sky lobby located on level 80 is complimented by 257 luxury guest rooms and suites below. The Ritz-Carlton Spa, a signature restaurant and bar and a 600-seat ballroom will also be part of the property’s offering.
The launch of The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne follows the return of the Ritz-Carlton brand to Australia with The Ritz-Carlton, Perth opening on Australia’s west coast in 2019.
The Langham will open its third Australian hotel in 2022, within A$1 billion three tower complex, The Jewel. Alongside 169 rooms, the hotel will feature a spa, restaurants and bars, a sky terrace and a selection of meeting and event spaces, including a 7,534 sq. ft ballroom, capable of hosting 800 people standing.
The largest W Hotel in the world is expected to open in Australia in 2022, with the 593-room W Sydney set to debut in new development the Ribbon, a spectacular new addition to Sydney’s skyline in Darling Harbour, close to International Convention Centre Sydney and incentive offerings in the centre of Sydney.
Can’t wait? The W Melbourne opened this month. Read Business Events Australia’s exclusive peek into the hotel.
Capella Sydney will debut within the heritage listed and architecturally iconic sandstone Lands and Education Buildings, just blocks from Sydney Harbour, in 2022. An A$300 million development of the buildings will yield the luxury hotel featuring 274 rooms, a spa, a restaurant and bar, event space and a rooftop lounge.
The A$3 billion Queen’s Wharf development is expected to launch in central Brisbane in late 2022. Five hotels opening as part of the development will add more than 1,000 rooms to the city’s inventory, bringing well-known luxury brands to Brisbane, including the Ritz-Carlton and Rosewood and Dorsett Hotels. Queen’s Wharf will also feature a 1,000-seat ballroom and over 50 new restaurants and bars.
Published: 28 January 2021