Enjoy a hotel with a point of difference? Try this one.
Brisbane's new-look Ovolo Incholm hotel in Spring Hill has thrown open its doors.
Ovolo Inchcolm draws inspiration from its rich architectural heritage, dating back to the 1920s and 30s, embodied by a quirky concept it calls 'The Cabinet of Curiosity', curated by stylist Anna Roberts.
Guests at the 50-room boutique property, formerly the New Incholm, will find an oddball mix of books, objects and artefacts paying homage to the building's history, while themed interiors tell their own stories as guests make their way through the hotel.
“After months of design curation, careful planning and preparation, we are excited to finally share Ovolo Inchcolm with Australian and international guests,” says Ovolo Group CEO Girish Jhunjhnuwala.
“As with all of our design-led hotels, we have gone above and beyond to ensure every last detail of Ovolo Inchcolm has the guests' experience at its heart, and speaks to our commitment to effortless living – it's brilliant to see how the concept has come to life.”
Ovolo Inchcolm is also home to a signature restaurant and bar, Salon de Co, where visitors can indulge in dishes by renowned chef Anthony Hales surrounded by the charm of Georgian-Art Deco style décor.
The launch of Ovolo Inchcolm is another milestone for the boutique hotel group, which has seen a rapid expansion in Australia over the past 12 months, taking its local portfolio to six properties throughout Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra.
Founded in 2002, Ovolo is a family-owned and privately operated business that also runs four hotels in Hong Kong.
Ovolo has also recently launched a new brand Mojo Nomad, in Aberdeen Harbour, Hong Kong.