A collaboration between Australian luxury property developer Beulah and hospitality chain Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is bound to be class apart! And proving so is the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne that is all set to open in the city’s South Bank area. Part of Beulah’s three-billion-dollar development project – STH Bank, the uber-luxe sky-high urban resort features 210 rooms in all. It sits in the top section of the western tower and will feature the tallest vertical garden in the world at a length of 5.5 kilometers.
The garden, being the main highlight of the hotel, includes plush plants and is almost 1.5 times the length of the city’s Tan running track. It is expected to add a clean and sustainable look and feel to the project as a whole. Guests will enter the hotel via a Sky Lobby situated on the 63rd floor that opens to panoramic views over Melbourne’s city skyline, beachfront, and Royal Botanical Gardens. The resort will further offer a world-class integrated health and wellness experience, a sprawling rooftop restaurant and bar, and multiple event spaces.
If that’s not all, guests will also have access to exclusive STH BNK By Beulah amenities, including lush gardens, programming within the art and culture spaces, coworking facilities, the STH BNK Market Hall, and much more. Commenting on it, Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said, “We are incredibly proud to partner with Beulah and to be a part of the leading-edge STH BNK By Beulah development. This project will set a new standard for luxury in Melbourne, offering guests an exceptional Four Seasons experience set within an environment that will be unmatched in this market.”
Remarking similarly, Adelene Teh, Beulah Executive Director, added, “As STH BNK By Beulah continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible in the luxury, lifestyle and sustainability spaces, Four Seasons aligned perfectly to our ethos and vision, offering unparalleled experiences, a bold commitment to innovation, and fantastic sustainability initiatives across its hotels and resorts.”
Construction on the Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne is expected to commence this year, with the property slated to open in approximately five years.