Meriton serviced apartments opens two new properties simultaneously

Adding new choices to the Sydney and Brisbane accommodation markets - Meriton Serviced Apartments has opened new properties

Adding a new and fresh choice to both the Sydney and Brisbane accommodation markets – Meriton Serviced Apartments has opened its door at two brand new serviced apartment hotel properties, bringing its national apartment portfolio count to over 2,258 apartments and 3,346 bedrooms across its now ten properties.

Artist impression of Meriton Soleil- Brisbane’s tallest residential tower

These two new locations boost the Meriton Serviced Apartment portfolio to ten locations spread across Sydney, on the Gold Coast and now in Brisbane – making it one of the largest Australian owned and operated accommodation companies.

Designed by awarding winning architects DBI, the apartments have stunning river and CBD views.

The Meriton difference is that all apartments within the Serviced Apartment collection are designed, built, finished and owned by Meriton – giving them unprecedented levels of consistency in the apartment accommodation sector.

Sydney sees the addition of the newest CBD hotel – a purpose built serviced apartment property with 247 apartments in the Haymarket district, cornering both Campbell Street and George Street adding a much needed accommodation choice to the Southern end of the city.

Offering 247 apartments, Meriton’s new Sydney property opens in the Haymarket district  

Brisbane’s skyline has been changed yet agin, with the addition of the Meriton Soleil building – towering 234 metres high and comprising of over 460 apartments, it now wears the crown of Brisbane’s tallest building. Soleil is home to the first Meriton Serviced Apartments operation in Brisbane and offers brand new contemporary apartments with stunning city and river views from its Adelaide Street location.

Meriton’s expansion comes at a time when more and more corporate travellers are discovering the benefits of serviced apartment accommodation over traditional small hotel rooms.

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