The booming Albury-Wodonga region between Sydney and Melbourne has a new hotel with the Mantra Albury Hotel officially opening its doors this week.
Mantra Group’s executive director of operations Mark Hodge and Albury Mayor Kevin Mack cut the ribbon to celebrate the opening.
The first hotel to open in Albury in more than three years, Mantra Albury took 18 months to build and is in a convenient location in the Albury CBD.
The $40 million development comprises of eight levels of accommodation with 146 one- and two-bedroom studios and suites with views to the Bogong High Plains and snow-capped Victorian Alps.
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Amenities at Mantra Albury Hotel include a restaurant and bar called La Tierra, 24-hour reception, an internet lounge, a gymnasium, conferencing and events facilities that can cater for more than 200 people, and an exclusive Sky Lounge available to hire on the top floor with sky lighting, wet bar and comfortable lounge seating.
For all-day and in-room dining options, the property’s on-site restaurant La Tierra is located on the ground floor, and is open to hotel guests and the general public for breakfast, lunch and dinner and features a range of tapas-style Mediterranean meal options.
To celebrate the official opening, Mantra Albury has launched a special deal valid for travel until the end of July. Stay in a Studio Room from $129 per night and receive 1GB free wifi each day, a drink voucher on arrival and a noon late check-out.
To book, call 1300 987 600 or visit www.mantrahotels.com.