Parkroyal Melbourne Airport has completed a multi-million-dollar refurbishment spanning guest rooms, conferencing facilities and common areas.

The new look features light-filled spaces, Melbourne-inspired carpets and textiles, and improved facilities.

“Melbourne Airport is welcoming record numbers of international and domestic guests, and recently won the best airport in Australia and the Pacific for the fourth year in a row,” said Parkroyal Melbourne Airport General Manager, Cameron Mead.

“We are thrilled to provide fresh spaces, enhanced guest rooms and unparalleled food and beverage options for those travelling through the travel hub of Australia, and to meet the demands of the increase in traveller numbers.

“Our hotel offers guests unrivalled convenience, with guests able to travel completely undercover to access their terminal within minutes, without the need to navigate shuttle bus schedules, pay for a ride, or expose themselves to the elements while wheeling suitcases across concrete footpaths.”

The 276 refurbished rooms offer a range of guest room sizes and configurations include eight suites and eight family rooms, with views of the runway and Melbourne skyline views,

Guest rooms feature a neutral colour palette inspired by Australian landscapes and lifestyles, custom-designed furniture, plush fabrics, and modern daybeds. Additional features include improved luggage access, hanging space and in-room minibars, while the 66-square-metre Spa Suites include separate lounge areas and ensuite bathrooms with spa baths.

 The hotel also features a 12-metre heated indoor pool, spa, sauna and steam room and 24-hour fitness centre.

Conference and events facilities have been refreshed and food and beverage venues reimagined with the new Airo Restaurant serving up Australian-Asian fusion fare.

Parkroyal Melbourne Airport is the only hotel directly connected to the airport’s terminals via convenient undercover pedestrian skybridges and offers short stay hourly accommodation between 7am and 7pm to cater to guests with long layovers.