Property Pro-invest Group, in partnership with Accor, has announced the opening of The Sebel Canberra Campbell in the nation’s capital making it the second Sebel-branded hotel in the city for the company.
Expected to draw year-round demand from corporate and leisure markets, The launch also marks the first hotel purchased as part of Pro-invest Hotels third discretionary fund.
The new, 63-key serviced apartment hotel features spaciously appointed studios, one and two-bedroom apartments which include a modern kitchenette as well as a washer/dryer combo making them an ideal base for long-stay guests.
Pro-invest Hotels Chief Operating Officer, Shantha de Silva said the new The Sebel property is a natural extension of the Group’s partnership with Accor.
“We’re extremely excited to be opening our second The Sebel-branded property in Australia’s capital and know it will enjoy strong year-round demand from corporate and leisure travellers while offering guests the ideal ‘home away from home,” Mr de Silva said.
Set behind Lake Burley Griffin, the hotel enjoys close proximity to Parliament House and nearby government offices, the Australian Defence Force Academy and Royal Military College, Canberra’s CBD and Canberra Airport, and is expected to benefit from year-round demand from corporate and government visitors.
Accor Pacific CEO, Sarah Derry said the company was delighted to partner with Pro-invest to open The Sebel Canberra Campbell.
“We will provide guests incredible experiences that match the vibrancy of Canberra, in serviced apartments which offer increased flexibility and more space,” she said.
“The property is tailored to suit business and leisure travellers who wish to be located in the heart of Canberra and value high standards in style, amenities and thoughtful design.
“Looking to the future, Canberra will continue to grow as a travel destination holding great appeal for visitors.”
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