Coppersmith Boutique in Melbourne Opens

The Coppersmith, just minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and a stone’s throw from Albert Park Lake, is open for business.

The 15 room boutique hotel with a bistro, bar and roof top retreat, is offering guests a “local lifestyle”, not just a room. Room bookings are now open direct on the Coppersmith website or via phone with standard room rates starting at $220 per night for a Queen Room.

Coppersmith is a sophisticated urban retreat – from touchdown to turndown it’s luxury on an intimate scale. The venue has complimentary wifi throughout and all rooms have their own Foxtel units that allow guests to record and watch their favourite programs. A variety of mini bar options, Nespresso machines in each room, USB ports and top end amenities all contribute to making guests feel right at home.

Downstairs the Coppersmith bar and bistro is a welcome retreat for hotel guests, local residents and business guests. A focus on local and crafted product, the bar has 18 taps featuring 14 of the best craft beers and ciders from Australia and Victoria, a thoughtful wine list and menu options from breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as light meals and snacks.

The redesign of the former South Melbourne pub, the Cricket Club Hotel, is the vision of George and Con Bagios, hospitality veterans from Western Australia. George said “We’ve always loved Melbourne and purchased the Cricket Club Hotel in 2006 with the idea of creating a classic small hotel, a neighbourhood hang-out, part of the local lifestyle, a community. We offer the very best in service with experienced and engaging staff – we’re all about simple things done well.”

“We wanted to honour the history of the building and create an outstanding guest experience so we partnered with international design practice Hassell on the architecture and leading marketing agency Dig&Fish on the brand development, marketing and communications.”

Not forgetting the rooftop which offers wonderful views of a picturesque Melbourne skyline. An urban retreat, the space allows for up to 40 cocktail guests who can enjoy both bar and bistro menus.

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