Parkroyal Monash Melbourne opens to guests

Escape the city and host an event on the doorstep of Melbourne's regional gems.

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has this week opened the doors to Parkroyal Monash Melbourne, bringing upscale accommodation and event spaces to Melbourne’s south east.

Located in the M-City complex in Clayton, the hotel is well positioned just over half an hour’s drive from the CBD, while in equally close reach to many of Victoria’s regional attractions including the Yarra Valley, the Dandenong Ranges and Mornington Peninsula.

Guests can choose from one of the hotel’s 250 rooms and suites, each designed for the corporate traveller with work desks, free Wi-Fi and smart TVs.

The hotel also features the works of Gippsland-based artist Aidan Weichard, showcasing his Australian landscapes and intricate native flora and fauna artworks throughout the property.

The ballroom at Parkroyal Monash Melbourne
The ballroom at Parkroyal Monash Melbourne

For meeting and event organisers, Parkroyal Monash Melbourne boasts an executive boardroom, meeting rooms and a 375-square-metre pillarless ballroom, ideally suited to gala dinners and conferences.

General manager Darryl Healey said the opening is an exciting development for the south east region of Melbourne following a tough 12 months.

“Parkroyal Monash Melbourne will provide something exciting and different for the destination, serving up a full-service upscale hotel experience differentiated by its signature warm approachable service, combined with all the conveniences of a multiuse complex,” he said.

“It will become a locally loved and highly sought-after neighbourhood gem.”

Guests can also choose to dine in the on-site restaurant and bar, alongside the many dining options in the adjoining M-City precinct.

Deluxe corner king room at Parkroyal Monash Melbourne
Deluxe corner king room

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