The soon-to-open Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands will debut the first exclusive M Club lounge in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region.
Designed to reward and indulge Marriott’s most valued members and executive floor guests, M Club is an exclusive sanctuary to relax, socialise or meet for business.
A residential-style dining room offers live cooking in the morning and evening, as well as a selection of complimentary breakfast items and light snacks throughout the day. By night premium beverages and canapés are served. 24/7 access for those on the run and premium Wi-Fi makes this private lounge the perfect place to recharge at any hour.
Residential styling elements in the M Club include a combination of timber and marble, a library for quiet reading and contemplation, communal dining tables and secluded spaces for solo travellers.
The M Club offers a first-class experience and a rare al fresco terrace opening out to fresh air and panoramic views.
Sean Hunt, Area Vice President, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Marriott International said: “This is a significant milestone for Marriott International as this M Club is the very first in the region.
“We consistently strive to be leaders in the industry and take great pleasure in sharing the new standard of Marriott Hotels for the future. As we return to travel, we are committed to providing our guests with flexible and elevated experiences to suit individual lifestyles.”
Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands GM Girish Talreja said the M Club will provide a premium experience for guests to revive and refresh during their stay.
“This exclusive space rewards and indulges our valued members and executive floor guests and sets a new benchmark for hospitality in Australia and beyond.”
Marriott currently has six M Club locations in Asia, one in Africa, 12 in Europe and over 80 in North America.
Entry to the M Club is available to guests who hold a Platinum or Titanium membership travelling through the region. Alternatively, guests can enjoy access to the lounge by booking an M Club room.
To attain Platinum Elite status guests must reach 50 stays in a year, or 75 stays for Titanium elite status. For those who spend over 100 nights of the year away from home and $20,000 in eligible spending with Marriott will bring them to an Ambassador Elite level.
Marriott Melbourne Docklands is accepting reservations for guests arriving from 17 June 2021. Rates listed online for the opening night start from $252 for a Deluxe guest room, whereas the top of the line M Club guest room lead-in at $374.