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Travellers ready to welcome LyLo, a revolutionary lifestyle budget accommodation experience, to Brisbane this April

Following a triumphant launch in New Zealand with three successful locations (Auckland, Christchurch, and Queenstown) LyLo, the innovative social accommodation brand is crossing the Tasman, with its first stop in Queensland.

Focused on offering savvy, budget-conscious travellers a fresh approach to accommodation, LyLo combines stylish design with a social ethos. Prioritising wellbeing, privacy, and community, LyLo redefines the travel experience with multifunctional communal spaces for work, play, and rest, ensuring guests enjoy a complete social immersion during their travels.

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Part of EVT’s expanding travel portfolio, LyLo’s venture into the Australian market underscores EVT’s proficiency across its Entertainment and Travel businesses, setting a new standard for budget accommodation experiences. With plans for strategic expansion, LyLo aims to open additional sites, including a flagship development on the Gold Coast and a location in Fremantle, with further details to be announced.

LyLo Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

LyLo Brisbane: A new way to stay

LyLo Brisbane promises a diverse range of accommodations catering to various traveler preferences. The property will feature signature LyLo private sleeping pods in six and four pod rooms, including female-only rooms, private ensuite king rooms, and family/group rooms accommodating a queen bed, two pods, and an ensuite.

Reimagining the pod sleeping experience, LyLo pods prioritise both comfort and space, boasting features such as:

Emphasising community, the property will offer a stunning rooftop hangout space with a shared kitchen, self-pouring beer, wine, and cocktails on tap, along with a bespoke co-working area equipped with free unlimited wifi and a wellness zone.

LyLo Brisbane

Nestled at 142 Constance Street in the vibrant Fortitude Valley, the property enjoys a prime location just a 10-minute stroll from the Brisbane River and Chinatown. Reflecting the local ethos, the building facade showcases a captivating four-storey First Nations mural celebrating the region’s flora, fauna, and the iconic Brisbane River.

Tim Alpe, Managing Director of LyLo, expressed excitement about the brand’s entry into Australia, stating, “LyLo Brisbane has redefined budget accommodation by blending real traveller insights with stylish finishes. Our EVT property in Australia offers travellers an affordable yet extraordinary experience, combining communal and social aspects of travel with the comfort of personal sleeping spaces.

LyLo Brisbane is set to open at the end of April, with advance bookings now available.

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