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TAKING LUXURY TO NEW HEIGHTS

Four Seasons to open hotel in Melbourne, Australia as part of the STH BNK By Beulah development, the Hotel will be located in what is set to be the world’s tallest vertical garden..


In collaboration with award-winning Melbourne property developer, Beulah, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, a global leader in luxury hospitality, has unveiled a stunning new hotel development in Melbourne's South Bank area as part of Beulah’s three-billion-dollar development project.


The Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne will include 210 rooms, crowning the western tower of STH BNK By Beulah, and will see guests arrive via a Sky Lobby situated on the 63rd floor, boasting panoramic views over Melbourne’s city skyline, beachfront and Royal Botanical Gardens. The Hotel will also offer a world-class integrated health and wellness experience, a sprawling rooftop restaurant and bar and multiple event spaces.


On track to become Australia’s tallest tower, STH BNK By Beulah is also set to become the tallest vertical garden in the world, setting a precedent for future skyscrapers to incorporate the natural environment. The vertical garden will reach a total of 5.5 kilometres, the length of Melbourne’s famed The Tan running track nearly 1.5 times over.


In addition to services and amenities of the Hotel, guests will enjoy access to the myriad experiences available at STH BNK By Beulah, including the lush gardens, programming within the art and culture spaces, coworking facilities, the STH BNK Market Hall, and much more.


Envisioned as a vertical mini-metropolis, STH BNK By Beulah will comprise four distinct collections of private residences, public and green spaces, a rooftop sky garden, 3,000 seat auditorium, commercial offices, childcare centre, a health and wellness precinct, arts and culture spaces and programs, as well as world-class experiential retail, all within two twisting terraced forms.


Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne will be the second Four Seasons in Australia, joining the existing Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. Construction is expected to begin late 2022 and will take approximately five years to complete.

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