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12 November 2018
The highly anticipated $200 million ‘The Westin Brisbane’ has officially opened its doors, marking the brand’s debut in Queensland.
The first 5-star hotel in 20 years offers a new urban retreat for leisure and business travellers. Part of a mixed-use development called Mary Lane which will offer an array of vibrant dining venues and stylish residences, in the heart of the Central Business District.
The Westin Brisbane features 299 guest rooms and 39 expansive suites with floor to ceiling windows creating an abundance of natural light and merging the outdoor surroundings with the interior decor. The Mary Lane tower comprises 184 luxury residential apartments located above the hotel component of the development also featuring full length windows with sweeping views of the city skyline.
The fully equipped WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio together with Australia’s first Heavenly Spa by Westin™ offers the perfect balance between body and mind. “Westin’s powerful wellness proposition resonates with travellers around the world, who are increasingly realigning their priorities to put their health first and foremost,” said Sean Hunt, Area Vice President, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, Marriott International.
Richard Crawford, Senior Director of Hotel Development at Marriott International said, “The Westin Brisbane will be the first of its kind in the city and will bring a unique wellbeing experience to the local accommodation market, tapping into the growing cohort of modern travellers who prioritize their health and wellbeing while on the road. From experience, we know the Westin name will attract new travel markets to the city, as the brand enjoys a particularly loyal following and The Westin Brisbane is set become a key offering to our 110 million global loyalty members.”