Imagine Lighthouse: Hotel Exterior

Imagine: a new hotel developed in Melbourne

Imagine Hotels & Resorts unveils third property opening, Imagine Lighthouse, in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, combining striking architectural design, superior finishes and all the modern comforts that you would expect.

Lighthouse is designed to impress with a selection of modern one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments to choose from, the property features a fully equipped gym, heated indoor and outdoor pool, spa, sauna and steam room as well as an entertainment area.

All apartments boast a fully equipped kitchen, in-room laundry, private sun room and floor to ceiling windows all with amazing views overlooking the city.

Just a short walk from a wide array of superb dining and retail options and within close proximity to local attractions, Lighthouse is the perfect choice for leisure and business travellers alike.

This is the third property from the brand, joining Imagine Marco, its flagship property that opened in Southbank Melbourne in December 2016 and Imagine Drift, a resort property that opened in July 2017 in Palm Cove, Queensland.

‘This building is stunning. I am so proud to have Lighthouse form part of our growing portfolio,” says Imagine Hotels & Resorts CEO, Brett Pointon.

“I invite everyone to experience the difference themselves.”

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