Mercure Sydney International Airport rebrands to Novotel

The hotel's lobby, guestrooms and grand ballroom have also undergone a major renovation.

Mercure Sydney International Airport has rebranded to Novotel Sydney International Airport, following a multi-million-dollar renovation.

The hotel’s refresh was undertaken by WMK Architects, who have given the lobby, guestrooms and grand ballroom a fresh new look.

Guestrooms have been enhanced with block-out curtains and double-glazed windows, while a botanical theme has been woven throughout to give the rooms a more vibrant feel.

Novotel Sydney International Airport’s new-look ballroom accommodates events of up to 400 delegates and features vehicular access, operable walls and flexible arrangements.

The hotel’s food offering will also get a refresh

Meetings at the hotel will now feature the InBalance theme, which has been created in conjunction with Novotel’s wellness ambassador Sally Fitzgibbons to offer delegates a range of health benefits.

The on-site restaurant and bar concept will release a new menu in the coming weeks that will feature a paddock-to-plate philosophy with an emphasis on supporting local Australian producers.

Novotel Sydney International Airport general manager Zayne Boon said the hotel’s relaunch was a prime opportunity to leverage Novotel brand’s presence around the Sydney Airport precinct.

“Novotel resonates so well across the globe and is an instantly recognisable name in the mid-scale hotel space, known for its multi-service offering with the versatility to cater to our loyal business and leisure guests,” he said.

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