Micro-hotel rooms arrive in Canberra

Ovolo Nishi downsizes rooms for the overnight corporate traveller

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Canberra’s Ovolo Nishi has introduced a new wing of 17 “micro-hotel rooms” to cater to the corporate traveller. Options include 14 Snug Sun rooms (the new category of lead-in room), two additional Original Sun rooms and a Creative Sun room which includes a balcony. “This innovative micro-hotel concept includes all the essential elements without sacrificing the level of design or the quality of the guest’s stay,” Ovolo Hotels said.

Located in New Acton, Ovolo Nishi’s Snug Sun rooms are sleek spaces for guests that feature a queen-size bed, single vanity and opulent overhead shower. Each room features a retro writing desk with mini-bar and a woven day bed that doubles as a luggage rack.

Ovolo Nishi | Snug Sun Room

With ample natural sunlight, each living space is paired with rustic touches of industrial timber and exposed concrete, creating an urban ‘concrete jungle’ effect in the heart of Canberra. Accents of brass and leather, teemed against a colour palette of soft burgundies and bottle greens, will have guests feeling snug in their home away from home.

Ovolo Group Australia COO and CFO, Dave Baswal says, “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.”

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 [for] guests travelling to Canberra.”

Ovolo Nishi | Creative Sun Room
Ovolo Nishi | Creative Sun Room

Priced from $220 per night, the micro-rooms include Ovolo’s famous “freebies”: breakfast, social hour, in-room mini bar, 24-hour gym entry and more.

Ovolo Nishi is a member of Design Hotels and was previously branded as Hotel Hotel.

Lead image: Ovolo Nishi | Original Sun room

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