A Deluxe Corner King room st Parkroyal Monash Melbourne.

Melbourne has become home to a second hotel from Parkroyal, with the brand bolstering its presence in the Victorian capital with a new property in the city’s south eastern fringe suburb of Clayton.

The new Parkroyal Monash Melbourne takes up residence in the new M-City mixed-use development from the Schiavello Group, which comprises a 250-room hotel and 664 apartments across four towers, with an additional nine-storey commercial tower featuring retail and dining options, office space and a plethora of entertainment and recreation facilities.

Parkroyal Monash Melbourne features an elegant restaurant and bar.

Guests will soon be able to enjoy an all-day restaurant and bar themed in the style of the Australian landscape, with the eatery serving Australian modern fusion cuisine in an elegant setting with socially spaced seating allowing opportunities to meet and relax. The works of Gippsland-based landscape artist, Aidan Weichard, showcasing Australian landscapes, flora and fauna, are hung throughout the hotel’s public spaces.

Guests can enjoy the convergence of all of these elements, with the new complex featuring a new Village cinema complex, outdoor swimming pool with landscaped gardens, 24-hour fitness centre, pilates studio, nail salon, masseuse and hairdresser.

A Junior Suite at Parkroyal Monash Melbourne.

Led by General Manager, Darryl Healey, said the opening of the new hotel was an exciting development for the city’s vibrant southeastern corner.

“Parkroyal Monash Melbourne will provide something exciting and different for the destination, serving up a full-service upscale hotel experience differentiated by its signature warm approachable service, combined with all the conveniences of a multi-use complex. It will become a locally loved and highly sought-after neighbourhood gem.”

Pan Pacific Hotels Group says the new accommodation offering is perfect for “leisure travellers, academic staff, medical experts, local staycation-seekers, and more,” with Monash University’s Clayton campus a short walk away.