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Le Méridien Melbourne, Australia
Originally built in the 1850s, Le Méridien Melbourne overlooks the Parliament House, Spring Street, and the east of Melbourne.
The property offers 235 guest rooms including 14 suites, and comprises facilities such as a rooftop pool, gym, café, bar, restaurant, and conference venues.
The hotel also offers on-site parking, and high-speed Internet access.
Capella Sydney, Australia
Capella Sydney boasts 192 guestrooms and suites that features a bespoke collection of vegan, sustainable in-room amenities designed in partnership with Haeckels.
The hotel also features a lounge area, known as Aperture, which occupies the original courtyard of the old building, as well as two drink-and-dine venues, spa, and heated indoor pool.
Guests can join the walking tour and hear stories about the history of the Department of Education building, now Capella Sydney, and learn about the culture, crime and convicts that shaped the city.
The Aviary Hotel, Cambodia
Celebrating the beauty and diversity of Cambodia’s culture, art and wildlife, The Aviary Hotel is a 43-room boutique establishment offering four room types – the Sambok, Tailorbird, Kingfisher, and Sarus Crane.
On-site are two pools, spa, salon, and dining and retail concept, The Aviary Square.
TRYP by Wyndham Pulteney Street Adelaide, Australia
TRYP by Wyndham Pulteney Street Adelaide is set in the heart of Adelaide’s central business district.
The 120-key hotel is within walking distance of multicultural restaurants, bars, decorated laneways, and boutique shopping at the Adelaide Central Markets and Rundle Mall.
Just a short drive from Adelaide Airport, the hotel is just minutes away from football and cricket matches at Adelaide Oval, Glenelg Beach, and the Adelaide Zoo.