PARKROYAL Parramatta undergoes refurbishment

Pan Pacific Hotels Group announced extensive refurbishments at the PARKROYAL Parramata as part of the company’s $35 million investment to upgrade select properties in Asia-Pacific and Oceania.

PARKROYAL Parramatta is undergoing an AU$25 million dollar extension that will make it the largest hotel in Parramatta – with 286 guestrooms – by June 2016.

The 15-month project will involve the construction of a new seven-story tower with a Club Lounge, as well as 40 Club Rooms and 50 Premium Rooms that offer views of the Parramatta skyline and incorporate the latest hotel technology and innovation. Club guests will enjoy priority check-in and check-out as well as complimentary breakfast, laundry services and a new gymnasium.

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The addition of four meeting rooms will bring PARKROYAL Parramatta’s total number of conference and meeting spaces to 12 rooms.

As part of the renovations, the premises of the BAR:30 restaurant and bar will be extended out to Phillip Street to introduce alfresco dining.

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