Ovolo Set to Open New South Yarra Hotel

Blending past, present, and progressive, the new Ovolo South Yarra promises to offer business travellers a retro-chic hotel experience.

Ovolo Group continues its expansion with the announcement of Ovolo South Yarra, set to open in Q1. The latest addition to its ever-growing collection of hotels is located right near the famed intersection of Toorak Road and Chapel Street in Melbourne’s cultural hub of South Yarra.

Taking design cues from the days of disco, rock gods, and 70s glamour, the hotel will capture Ovolo’s ‘effortless living’ philosophy, experienced through seamless technology integration and intuitive design. The new hotel will boast 123 rooms and suites, each of which will infuse retro-plush elements with accents of chrome and colour, and will include four Rockstar suites named after the era’s most iconic, lyrical lovers.

Diners will be able to feed their souls at a unique Ovolo kitchen and bar concept, which will
be inspired by fresh and locally sourced produce, ethical eating, and conscious cuisine.

“Ovolo South Yarra will set the scene for an extraordinary hotel experience embodying Ovolo’s
philosophy of connecting with its customers emotionally and will complement the local cultural
scene through its art, design, and unique restaurant concept,” says Founder & CEO of Ovolo Group, Girish Jhunjhnuwala. “We are excited to see this hotel come to life alongside our other development in Bali, Mamaka By Ovolo.”

Ovolo South Yarra is in the heart of South Yarra, a cosmopolitan corner of Melbourne. It has always had a reputation for setting trends as a cultural hub of food, art, and fashion and the group hopes the new property will be the ultimate place for stepping out in style and living life as it should be.

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