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Groundbreaking17 July 2017

Peppers Southbank

Shovels Hit The Ground At Peppers Southbank

Scheduled for Early 2019 – 162 Rooms

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Construction on Peppers Southbank, a new $60 million hotel in Melbourne"s vibrant arts and entertainment district, is now underway following a ground-breaking ceremony late last week. Operated by Mantra Group, the 162-room hotel will be the Group"s eleventh property in Melbourne"s CBD. Mantra Group Regional General Manager Doug Flavell said Peppers Southbank will cater to the strong demand for quality short-term accommodation in Melbourne"s inner-ring.  Set to open its doors in early 2019, Peppers Southbank is prominently located on the corner of Clarendon and Haig Streets and will feature 162 full-service hotel rooms across 32 levels, along with a range of amenities including a restaurant and bar, meeting room and gymnasium. The sustainable building will achieve a 5-star energy rating, with the windows designed to meet higher-than-average solar heat gain co-efficient levels, achieving a 6-star NATHERS energy rating.

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Peppers

From the first iconic property in the Hunter Valley, the Peppers brand has become synonymous with a sense of refined indulgence, an attention to detail and excellent personal service. Today, whether they are international or domestic, Peppers’ guests expect to be the focus of attention, in a property that offers more than the usual accommodation experience.
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Mantra Group

Mantra Group is one of Australia and New Zealand’s largest accommodation providers with a network of 140 hotels, resorts and apartments operating under the successful brands of Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree.
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Mantra Group

Mantra Group is one of Australia and New Zealand’s largest accommodation providers with a network of 140 hotels, resorts and apartments operating under the successful brands of Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree.
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