Mantra Melbourne Airport has announced a multi-million dollar refurbishment, with the new-look property set to be unveiled in 2024.
Formerly referred to as Mantra Tullamarine, the airport hotel has recently been renamed Mantra Melbourne Airport to provide greater clarity and make it easier for guests to identify the hotel’s convenient location at the airport.
As part of the refurbishment, Mantra Melbourne Airport will invest in remodelling its guestrooms, restaurant and bar. The new-look guestrooms will provide a range of accommodation options, including executive, premier and deluxe studios, as well as suites, and will feature new furniture, bedding, and interior design, providing guests with space to unwind before their onward journey.
The refurbished restaurant and bar will offer guests a memorable dining experience as well as a range of delicious beverages at the bar. The enhancements to the hotel will complement the existing facilities currently available at Mantra Melbourne Airport – the hotel has a fully equipped gym, sauna and heated lap pool, along with a state-of-the-art conference and events centre.
Mantra Melbourne Airport General Manager Stuart David said he was excited to announce the refurbishment.
“The refurbishment is a significant investment in the hotel, and we are confident that our guests will enjoy the new facilities,” Mr David said.
“The refurbishment is part of Mantra Melbourne Airport’s commitment to providing guests with the best possible experience. The hotel is conveniently located near Melbourne Airport, making it an ideal choice for travellers seeking a stay when they travel for business or leisure.”
For guests, Mantra Melbourne Airport is the ideal place to stay before travel days, with the hotel offering a 24-hour shuttle service to and from the airport.
Mantra Melbourne Airport is also just a short drive from Melbourne CBD, making it the perfect base for exploring the city. As an added benefit, the hotel will also offer guests a car rental service.
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