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Coogee Bay Hotel to undergo a $6m revamp

Sydney’s Coogee Bay Hotel is currently undergoing a $6 million upgrade of its accommodation offering.

“We are excited to be investing in a new and innovative hotel offering, welcoming guests while reinvigorating Coogee as a destination for leisure and corporate travellers,” said Kun Rahadian, general manager accommodation and sales, Coogee Bay Hotel.

“An important part of our business is conferencing and events. To have upgraded accommodation rooms will provide a more compelling offer to our conferencing clients from around Australia.

“Renovating the hotel both physically and with upgraded in-room offerings, we plan on delivering extraordinary guest experiences each and every time and are looking forward to re-introducing ourselves to new and existing guests starting from the end of this year.”

Designed by ID Studios, the new look will incorporate a beach vibe while still taking into account the heritage of the building and its surroundings.

“We came up with a very personalized feeling that is retro chic, unexpected and playful, while set in a beautiful coastal environment,” said Vera McElroy, director at ID Studios.

Complementing the newly upgraded rooms, will be a new in-room dining menu, a smart phone concierge and free hi-speed wi-fi.

The Heritage Rooms will be ready to launch mid-December, while the 51 Boutique Rooms are expected to be completed by winter season 2020.