The Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne has unveiled the transformation of the ground floor space to include brand new public, dining and function spaces.
The $5 million refurbishment included new reception, lobby, hotel bar, restaurant (The Reserve Restaurant), courtyard and courtyard bar.
The refurbishment also included the complete retransformation of the former marquee area into an Events Pavilion with a capacity for up to 350 people.
The hotel has also appointed new executive chef, Sumit Kumud (previously from Amora Hotel Wellington), who will oversee all new function and dining menus.
“We now have spaces that will appeal to every customer,” said the hotel’s general manager, Tim Bilston.
“Our restaurant and bar areas really embrace the modern Melbourne feel, and our new menus which also launched recently are exciting and innovative.
“The new function spaces are so flexible, with the addition of the events pavilion space that can be split into three separate spaces as well as four new private dining areas, we can accommodate everyone.”