Toga Group has announced an agreement with the Deputy Premier of Victoria and Minister for Regional and Rural Development, Peter Ryan, to develop and manage a brand new hotel and conference centre in Marysville, Victoria: Vibe Hotel and Conference Centre Marysville.
An artist impression ofthe new development, located approximately 100 kilometres east of Melbourne in the township of Marysville
The development is a needed lift for Marysville, which was devastated by the Black Saturday bushfires of 2009.
The construction of Vibe Hotel and Conference Centre Marysville will commence mid-2013. The hotel and conference centre is expected to be open to welcome guests in late 2014. The new hotel is a joint venture with Metier3, the architects behind the fresh and innovative design.
Toga is excited to be involved in the $28 million development of the brand new hotel and conference centre, set to play a major role in the rejuvenation of this beautiful region of Victoria. The hotel and conference centre will be fully integrated with the local community; providing ongoing employment opportunities and attracting increased numbers of local visitors.
Vibe Hotel and Conference Centre Marysville will be a contemporary,4 star hotel and conference centre featuring 100 guest rooms, a conference centre and associated conferencing/exhibition spaces for up to 300 people, restaurant, wine bar, spa and health centre and more.
“Toga Group is thrilled to announce the upcoming development of Vibe Hoteland Conference Centre Marysville,” said Allan Vidor, managing director of Toga Group. “The town of Marysville is close to the hearts of Australians following the devastation of the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. Toga is honouredto play a key role in the revitalisation of this stunning part of regional Victoria with the development of this brand new hotel and conference centre,and its subsequent management. We are delighted to be working in partnership with Metier3 on this project and applaud the vision of the Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional and Rural Development, Peter Ryan, which has made this development possible.”
“This exciting development will add character, quality and social benefit to Marysville and at the same time provide a tangible economic stimulus to tourism and private sector business investment right across the region,” said Peter Ryan, Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional and Rural Development.