Thursday, December 13, 2018

Oaks hotel unveils multi-million-dollar transformation

Central Melbourne property Oaks on Market has added the finishing touches to its multi-million dollar refurbishment, unveiling a modern makeover.

Part of Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ 56-strong property network, and one of its seven premier Melbourne hotels, Oaks on Market has enjoyed an extensive rejuvenation over the past 10 months, culminating in late February 2018, with close to $3m invested into upgrading its apartment-style accommodation and common areas.

Set within a striking tower complex on Melbourne’s buzzing Market Street, Oaks on Market’s 280 guest rooms have all been given a contemporary facelift, comprising its range of Studio Rooms, and self-contained one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Providing a comfortable urban oasis suited to both business and leisure travellers, each guest room enjoyed significant upgrades and now feature new carpet, window furnishings, ceiling lights, linen, sofas, soft furnishings, desks, artwork, fresh paint and revamped bathrooms.

Oaks on Market’s common areas were also upgraded during the refurbishment program.

In addition to an indoor swimming pool and well-equipped gymnasium, the hotel also features a dedicated meetings, conferencing and events space, with three versatile function venues that accommodate up to 220 guests in a variety of styles, including theatre, classroom, boardroom, cocktail, banquet and u-shape.

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