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Fly-in, fly-out at the new Parkroyal Melbourne Airport

Parkroyal, has returned to Melbourne with the rebranding of Hilton Melbourne Airport to Parkroyal Melbourne Airport.

The official launch of the hotel marks the return of the brand, which was founded in Melbourne, in 1962, to its birth city. The Parkroyal portfolio is now owned and operated by Pan Pacific Hotels Group and consists of hotels, resorts and serviced suites which span Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Australia.
Located at the doorstep of the domestic and international airport and linked directly to the terminal by sky-bridge, Parkroyal Melbourne Airportoffers convenience to both business and leisure travellers alike.
Parkroyal, one of Australia’s fondly remembered
hotel brands has returned to Melbourne

 The 276 guest rooms feature city skyline, airport and mountain views. The hotel is also a popular business and conference destination with 16 meeting and function rooms conveniently located on one level. Guests can relax in the indoor lap pool or work out with a 24 hour, fully equipped gymnasium. Offering a host of dining options, guests can enjoy international cuisine in Airo Restaurant, Café Airo and Bar Airo.
“Parkroyal Melbourne Airportprovides a unique facility for businesses, with an entire floor dedicated to meetings and conference space to suit numbers from 10 to 300,” said general manager, David J Travers.

A short 25 minute drive via a host of excellent transport options including taxis, car rental and SkyBus express, is all that separates Melbourne Airport from the heart of Melbourne’s city centre.

“Whether you need to rest before a flight, refresh before heading home or host a gathering of business associates, Parkroyal Melbourne Airportoffers a range of convenient options to suit your needs,” said Travers.

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