A new room category and new colour schemes have been introduced at Holiday Inn Sydney Airport as part of a major overhaul to 50% of the property’s accommodations, the hotel has revealed.
The hotel has spent AUD$4 million on the renovation project to half of its room capacity, which has seen new bronze light fixtures, leather headboards, wooden panels and an earthy colour scheme installed. Bathrooms have also been upgraded with a new luxury grey marble, white circular vanities and the option of an overhead or handheld shower output.
Renamed as Superior Rooms, guest accommodations have been fitted with new ergonomic armchairs and marble tables alongside new workstations for business travellers and in-room espresso coffee machines and large smart TV. The hotel has also introduced a new Junior Suite category as a premium option.
The refurbishment has extended to the hotel’s dining facilities, with Biggles Bar and Grill receiving a makeover with new tiled flooring, seating layout, fresh artwork and a new dining menu. Guests can also take advantage of a new 12-seat Mercedes airport shuttle vehicle, which operates every 30 minutes during peak times.
“Whether you’re travelling for business or leisure, our new rooms deliver an experience of total comfort and convenience, so guests feel truly refreshed and relaxed throughout their entire stay,” said Holiday Inn Sydney Airport General Manager, Ben Burns.