Bon Voyage is the one universal sentence we all know and love.
Airport hotels have been known for the place to have a rest stop. An overnight business trip, a delayed flight or in my case, the convenience for an early morning departure.
Pullman hotels is your modern five star property that helps you find the pause button. Synonymous for a chilled atmosphere and connectivity. This purpose built hotel on O’Riordan takes a modern approach to checking in. With it’s spacious lobby and greeting by a modern lost boy paparazzi sculpture (commissioned by Marc & Gillie Art).
Located to the right, Executive Chef Daniel Simpson heads the brigade at Mobius Bar and Grill. The menu focuses on guests being able to sample a range of flavours in a tapas style approach. With Sonoma Bakery on hand for artisanal breads and pastries during breakfast, to a mixed Australian Asian dishes on the menu. Including items such as, Crispy pork and king prawn brochette, Waguy cheeseburger sliders, Kingfish ceviche, Pork belly to Flat grilled chicken breast. Mustn’t forget about the dessert selection and cheese boards on offer.
Level one caters for all your conference needs, with state of the art facilities. With three conference rooms available, dynamic seating solutions for up to 300 people, and two executive boardrooms. With an on-site IT and AV team and personalized service, your co-meeting space will be seamless.
As I take the elevator up to the 10th floor, walking down the runway carpet my Premium Superior Room. A spacious room with 31sqm and modern amenities. With its’ see through closet with plush robes and slippers. A king size bed perfect to pause for the afternoon before I decide to venture to the Executive Lounge, available to Executive rooms and Suites guests. Offering a sanctuary to relax and unwind with some sundowner canapés, beverages and WIFI.
For guests wanting to access WIFI, this is complimentary in your room. Alternatively guests are able to utilize the business corner hub to print documents and there is even an airline departure screen.
On this occasion, I didn’t dine at the restaurant. I wanted to experience the in-room dining experience. There are times where we want to eat in our room to catchup on work or even put on a movie. We all do it, so thought I take a different approach to this.
Remember connectivity, all in-room compendiums are a thing of the past. It’s all integrated in the interactive TV. From hotel services, in-room dining menus, activities, and airline information.
Breakfast at Mobious was fresh and also offered diners some fresh barista coffee and egg options, including an omelette served to your table. Hot and cold items on the buffet, juices, bakery station.
For guests travelling to the domestic or international airport, the reception team is able to assist with your airport transfer.
A delightful and convenience stay for all leisure and business travellers. Catering for rooms at a premium prices and service match.