Sneak peek of Melbourne’s new luxury hotel at Chadstone

Hotel Chadstone Melbourne has given visitors a sneak peek ahead of guests checking in on Friday 1 November when the new luxury five-star hotel will open its doors at Chadstone.   

New details of the $130 million hotel revealed last week include 250 rooms, suites and penthouses, two leading restaurants, a rooftop pool and conservatory bar, wellness retreat and day spa complete with LED yoga studio making Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, MGallery by Sofitel the only five-star hotel located outside Melbourne’s center

Designed in collaboration with global architecture studios DWP, EDG and Australia’s Bates Smart, the 12 storey hotel is brimming with sartorial touches and is connected to the world-class shopping, dining, lifestyle and entertainment destination – Chadstone, just 17km from Melbourne’s CBD.  

Chadstone Director Fiona Mackenzie said: “Hotel Chadstone will offer visitors and guests luxurious and exceptional experiences from the finest cuisine to our world-class spa and wellness retreat, to choosing to stay in elegantly designed rooms, spacious suites or penthouses which offer the ultimate rooftop escape.  

Sumptuous rooms with a splash of blush or a wash of teal feature commissioned furniture inspired by trunks from luxury European fashion houses complete with leather detailing, custom lighting and individually crafted bespoke seating.    

On the rooftop, guests will enjoy the pool complete with loungers perfect for taking in panoramic views of Melbourne’s skyline or relax with refreshments in three private cabanas while Altus is a sophisticated space for further indulgence with an outdoor conservatory bar with an open skylight and terrazzo bar taking in views of Port Phillip Bay.   

A custom-designed seven-tier wine glass holder chandelier makes a statement in Altus’ rooftop bar and lounge, which is a perfect place to sip a classic cocktail. Foodies will love the dining room’s effortless style with a mixture of plush velvet button-backed banquettes and striking mirrored arches.