Monday, April 23, 2018


Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens

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Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens’ recent $4 million refurbishment of 164 rooms over 11 storeys was a meticulous and well planned project from inception to its completion on October 27 this year.

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Salamanca Inn


Tasmania recently underwent a $2.1 million dollar refurbishment in the form of 4½-star hotel, the Salamanca Inn.

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Cocoon Room: Cocooning for Budget Guests


Formule 1, the brand that revolutionised budget accommodation, has introduced its new “Cocoon” room concept into Australia, with F1 hotels in Canberra, Campbelltown and Wentworthville the first to showcase the new rooms.

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Four Points by Sheraton

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Repainting the 15-storey Four Points by Sheraton hotel without disrupting its occupancy rates of between 80% and 100% was the high point of the six-month project by Programmed Property Services.

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Quest on William


Looking better than ever, proving invested commitment to their property and unsettling their competitors, 4½-star hotel, serviced apartment provider Quest on William, is absolutely feeling the benefit of an $850, 000 refurbishment.

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Case Study: Best Western The Tudor Box Hill


Faced with extreme competition from other serviced apartment operators, the management of Best Western The Tudor Box Hill undertook extensive research to see what their guests wanted before building 26 new serviced apartments.

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Case Study: St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel


Rather than make key decisions from behind a desk on what “management” thought were the best design options for a new hotel room, St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel built a prototype room to get feedback from the most important people involved, the guests.

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