The revitalised exterior at Best Western Plus Camperdown in inner-Sydney.

BWH Hotel Group has reopened the new-look Best Western Plus Camperdown in the Sydney inner-west following a total refurbishment designed to bring the hotel to an appeal for both business and leisure guests.

The refurb was overseen by Prime View Construction, with a significant overhaul applied to the hotel’s 36 guest rooms, lobby, atrium courtyard and exterior. The hotel now features a leafy interior and stylish water feature presenting an attractive arrival option for guests.

A family room with kitchenette at Best Western Plus Camperdown.

Hotel’s owner David Ataii said he was pleased to present a contemporary oasis away close to major attractions yet removed from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

“We’re excited to be partnering with BWH Hotel Group within the Best Western Plus suite of brands, Ataii said.

“There’s a great synergy in associating with the Best Western brand and particularly as we look to relaunch our property within the Australian marketplace.”

One of the hotel’s new-look King rooms.

BWH Hotel Group Managing Director Australasia, Graham Perry, said he was delighted to welcome the new-look Best Western Plus Camperdown Suites to the group at a time when the property was looking to stand out from its local competitors.

“The property aligns with the calibre of other Best Western Plus hotels all of whom have a strong focus on exceptional customer service that our customers have come to know, trust and expect,” Perry said.