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SkyCity to introduce luxury ‘Eos’ brand in Adelaide

An illustration of SkyCity Adelaide’s new ‘Eos’ tower.

South Australia’s $330 million expansion of Adelaide Casino, part of the SkyCity Entertainment Group, will see the introduction of the company’s new luxury hotel brand ‘Eos by SkyCity’, with opening planned for late 2020.

Unveiled today, the new brand will occupy a 12-storey, 120-room luxury hotel currently under development at the site, with rooms ranging in size from 45 square metres up to the 305-square metre Grace Villa, all overlooking either Adelaide Oval or the Torrens River. Construction of the exterior façade has been completed, with attention currently on the internal design and fit-out.

In addition to the 120 guest rooms, Eos by SkyCity will feature two signature restaurants – one of which will occupy the rooftop – a spa and wellness centre, swimming pool, fitness centre and event space for up to 650 delegates. The precinct will also be connected off-street to the neighbouring SkyCity Adelaide casino and entertainment complex.

Eos by SkyCity Adelaide will offer 120 rooms across its 12 floors.

Rooms will feature keyless entry, in-room digital concierge tablet and 65-inch 4K HD television. Guests will be able to make use of bespoke and highly-crafted personal experiences such as an in-room mixologist who will be able to deliver a curated cocktail featuring fresh ingredients.

SkyCity Entertainment Group General Manager, Hotels, Brad Burnett, said Eos by SkyCity will be the fourth instalment in the company’s growing hotel portfolio which currently consists of three properties in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown.

“Eos by SkyCity will set the benchmark for how we provide experiences and entertainment that excite our guests, and we hope to play a key role in bringing visitors back to South Australia when it is safe to travel once again.

See below for an exciting video inside the new Eos by SkyCity Adelaide.

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