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Founded in 2003 as Meriton Serviced Apartments, Meriton Suites has undergone tremendous growth in its collection of luxury apartment-style hotel accommodation. With 19 locations and a remarkable total of 5,163 suites, we have become Australia’s largest owner of hotel rooms and amongst one of the country’s largest hotel operators; delivering first class, professional service in conjunction with sophisticated and modern facilities. Our quality appointed superior furnishings and fully-equipped suites are up to three times larger than the typical hotel room and feature all the comforts of a home away from home lifestyle. Being self-contained and featuring a gourmet-kitchen, they are supplied with all the necessary kitchenware, as well as having generous open-plan living spaces, internal laundry facilities and refreshing designer skin and haircare amenities, our guests are guaranteed a welcoming accommodation experience.
The new hotel will be centrally located in the heart of Melbourne along King Street, offering guests an accommodation experience that is second to none.
Meriton Suites is thrilled that we will be able to take our leading accommodation brand to Australia’s capital city.
Perfectly positioned to benefit from the construction of and the long-term operation associated with the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.