Monday, January 22, 2018

Mantra 2 Bond Street gets a $4.5m new york loft style makeover

Mantra 2 Bond Street, Sydney has received a multi-million dollar refurbishment which has transformed the hotel’s guest rooms into a contemporary urban oasis with lashings of New York loft-style charm.

Award-winning architecture and interior design firm Arkhefield, who was at the helm of the renovation, drew inspiration for the new design from Mantra 2 Bond Street’s urban city locale.

More than 120 guest rooms have been rejuvenated, combining the ultimate in guest comfort with a New York loft-style elegance and using the hotel’s curated foyer art as a starting point for the project.

A unique pendant lighting feature acts as a focal point in the refurbished studio, one and two bedroom apartments’ new gourmet kitchen and luxurious textured soft furnishings feature throughout, including stylish lounge chairs, grand upholstered bedheads and theatrical new window furnishings.

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Mantra 2 Bond Street General Manager Neil McDonald said his team saw a gap in the market to create a sophisticated yet welcoming hotel offering in Sydney’s CBD.

“The hotel’s open-plan rooms are instantly evocative of Manhattan style and the large windows in each apartment bring in lots of natural light and increase the sense of space,” said Mr McDonald.

Mantra Group Chief Executive Officer Bob East said the refurbishment demonstrates the Group’s commitment to enhancing the guest experience at their properties through regular upgrades.

“This extensive guest room refurbishment complements the hotel’s new urban fit out of its Memento Bar & Kitchen one year ago,” said Mr East.

Mantra 2 Bond Street occupies a prime location on the corner of George and Bond Streets in Sydney in the heart of the CBD and financial district.

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