Are micro hotel rooms the next big thing?

This Canberra hotel is jumping on board the growing trend of compact rooms that don't skimp on style.

Catering to the ever-evolving traveller who longs for both practicality and style, Ovolo Nishi (formerly Hotel Hotel) has unveiled a series of micro hotel rooms.

Located in Canberra’s cultural precinct of NewActon, Ovolo Nishi now offers 17 intimate rooms that offer all the essential elements without compromising on style or quality.

The new wing has been designed by interior design and architecture firm Luchetti Krelle and offers three room types.

A writing desk that doubles as a mini bar

The Snug Sun rooms are sleek and sun-drenched, with each element carefully designed to maximise the smaller footprint of the room. A retro writing desk opens up to reveal an enclosed mini bar, while the day bed doubles as a luggage rack.

These compact rooms are ideal for overnight business travellers or delegates who spend less time in their rooms, but require all the essentials with a touch of style.

There’s no compromise on style in these bathrooms

Also on offer are the Original Sun rooms with a king bed and the Creative Sun room with a balcony.

The room are part of Ovolo Hotels’ $5 million capital investment into the hotel since its inception in March 2018.

“In true Ovolo style, we’re constantly evolving to bring our clients the best, most personalised service we can. In order to do this, we continue to listen and learn to bring our guests what they want and need,” said Ovolo Group Australia chief operating officer Dave Baswal.

Need more space? The Creative Sun room is for you

“The rooms are compact and include everything our guests could want for a quick overnighter – they’re simple yet chic, without skimping on Ovolo’s signature style. The ideal stop-off sensation to guests travelling to Canberra.”

In line with Ovolo’s signature offering, the hotel provides free breakfast, social hour, in-room mini bar, a 24-hour gym and loot bags filled with snacks.

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