Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands provides guests with flexible and elevated experiences
Nestled within the retail, leisure and entertainment precinct, The District Docklands on Waterfront Way, Marriott Hotel Docklands offers luxurious rooms, the regions first M Club executive lounge and four food and beverage options.
Melbourne has seen several new hotel openings this year including W Melbourne and last month it was Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands turn to open its doors (June 2021) as the first five-star hotel in the Docklands precinct, only minutes from Melbourne’s city centre and the first Marriott new-build hotel in Australia in over 20 years.
The 189 luxuriously appointed guestrooms feature contemporary, residential styling, Marriott signature bedding, 55-inch LCD TVs, retail-inspired wardrobes and luxurious walk-in showers. In addition to featuring Australia’s first ‘M Club’ executive lounge, the new Marriott hotel has four impressive hospitality venues: a restaurant, laneway café, lobby bar and a rooftop pool bar that’s perfect for watching the sunset from.
The hotel’s signature restaurant – Archers
The hotel’s signature restaurant is nestled within a vaulted cellar-esque ceiling reminiscent of Melbourne’s historic bridges and train stations. With delivery by Executive Chef David Albert, Archers will showcase bold dishes that pay homage to local heroes, the producers.
Adjacent to the showpiece rooftop infinity pool, Sunset House is the place to see and be seen. Sunset House will be a standout new addition to Melbourne’s bar and restaurant scene will sit atop the building, delivering an eclectic mix of casual dining and entertainment. Daytime grazers will be treated with fancy finger sandwiches and, in the evening, an ensemble of shared styled dishes will be on offer. The menu includes dishes such as sashimi tuna, green chilli sambal, sesame tofu; Moreton bay bug brioche roll, fermented chilli; McIvor Farm pork Katsu Sando and a Great Ocean Road duck jaffle. DJs will spin as the night extends and Melbourne city lights twinkle. Sunset House beverage menu includes a selection of Everleigh spritzed cocktails and signature cocktails that include the Singapore Sling and Elderflower Philosophy.
Entering through the Greatroom, Ada’s is a sophisticated lobby bar, welcoming guests with inspired cocktails and bar bites, enlivening the bustling heart of the hotel. Inspired by one of the first female mixologists who created the popular ‘Hanky Panky’ cocktail at the Savoy London in the 1930s, Ada’s menu pays homage to yesteryear with a modern twist and features a range of classics with top-shelf liquor. In addition to cocktails, there will be an inviting mocktail offer – an extensive range of non-alcoholic cocktails such as the NOgroni and the Espresso MartiNO.
Taking cues from Melbourne’s famous laneways, Corsia will serve up premium roasted coffee from St Ali by day, switching to espresso martinis and locally sourced wines and cocktails by night. Lunch is a European influenced menu with paninis, chicken cotoletta, white cabbage slaw, parmesan mayonnaise and a selection of zesty and fresh salads.
Melbourne Calling Package with daily breakfast, parking and late check-out at 1 pm. Available across all room types until September. From $248 per night