Peppers Docklands Melbourne eyed for 2015

Mantra Group will manage the five-star hotel Peppers Docklands Melbourne when it opens within the new M Docklands development in 2015. The 68-room apartment hotel will operate under the group's luxury Peppers brand.

Construction on the new development, situated adjacent to Etihad Stadium on LaTrobe Street in Melbourne's Docklands precinct, is due to commence in the early part of 2014. The hotel will be part of the $100-million M Docklands project being developed by Capital Alliance Investment Group.

Accompanying the 68 one-bedroom apartments, Peppers will manage an on-site restaurant, pool and gym, and lobby area with 24-hour reception and full service concierge. Select hotel services will also be available to residents of the building.

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It will be the first Peppers property in Melbourne CBD, accompanying four properties in regional Victoria located in Daylesford, Mt Hotham, Mornington Peninsula and Torquay.  Peppers Docklands Melbourne will join six Mantra apartment hotels located in Melbourne's CBD and one at Tullamarine Airport plus a BreakFree hotel also in the CBD, all managed by Mantra Group. 

Peppers Docklands Melbourne will be the second new build Peppers CBD development to open with Peppers Dunmore Brisbane in Fortitude Valley due to open late 2014.  Both will follow the model established by the Group's first metropolitan property, Peppers Broadbeach on the Gold Coast which opened in 2010.

M Docklands is a mixed-use development incorporating residential apartments, serviced offices, retail areas, and interactive public spaces, with the hotel component of the project to be completed in the last quarter of 2015.

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