Australia’s second Four Seasons Hotel is opening in Melbourne. Award-winning Melbourne property developer, Beulah, announces that Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will manage the hotel within its new AUD 2.7 billion development, STH BNK By Beulah.
The hotel will feature 210 rooms at the top of the western tower of the twisted structure, with a lobby situated on the 63rd floor offering panoramic views of the city skyline, beachfront and Royal Botanical Gardens. The hotel will also feature health and wellness facilities, a rooftop restaurant and multiple event spaces. Slated for completion in 2027, Sth Bnk by Beulah is expected to stand at 365 metres, which would make it the tallest tower in Australia. And across its two twisting, terraced spines will also be a 5.5-kilometre vertical garden – one of the world’s tallest.
Envisioned as a vertical mini-metropolis, the development will feature four distinct collections of private residences, public and green spaces, a rooftop sky garden, 3,000 seat auditorium, commercial offices, childcare centre, a health and wellness precinct, arts and culture spaces and programs, as well as world-class experiential retail, all within two twisting terraced forms.
“Four Seasons was the perfect partner for Sth Bnk by Beulah and will offer an unmatched hospitality experience, while remaining uniquely Melbourne,” Beulah executive director Adelene Teh said in a statement.
Four Seasons already operates a hotel in Sydney’s CBD area, and recently announced its growth plans for 2022 and beyond: Construction on Melbourne’s Four Seasons Hotel is set to begin in late 2022. It’s expected to take approximately five years. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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