Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street is set to open its doors at the end of the month in the newly transformed heritage-listed Equity Chambers building.
The building’s old world-charm has been respected and original features restored, whilst connecting a modern six-level extension with a 16-level tower to the historic site.
The hotel is adorned with Melbourne artworks commissioned by award-winning Melbourne street art collaborative Juddy Roller, while the hotel’s guest rooms feature prints by Melbourne photographer Roger Arnall.
The hotel also features signature restaurant Luci helmed by executive chef Sam Moore and cocktail bar The Douglas Club.
The hotel will offer a large balcony event space with city skyline views featuring a mural by Kitt Bennett and seven meeting and event spaces that range in size from 24 to 143 square meters.
“As we put the finishing touches on Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street in preparation for opening, we are confident it will be a beautiful addition to the city skyline,” said Adrian Teh, general manager Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street and DoubleTree by Hilton Melbourne – Flinders Street.
“Both leisure and business guests alike will be able to experience the best of Melbourne’s shopping, dining and cultural experiences when they stay with us.”