Mantra, Peppers, Breakfree expansion underway in capital cities

Mantra, Peppers, Breakfree expansion underway in capital cities
Mantra, Peppers, Breakfree expansion underway in capital cities

Mantra Group has announced the addition of two hotels in Adelaide and Melbourne, with CEO Bob East saying it was indicative of Mantra Group's focus on growing its CBD network across its three brands – Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree.

“We have made substantial additions to our CBD network with eight hotels added over the last 12 months in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Hobart and Launceston and I am pleased to announce these new additions in Adelaide and Melbourne in what has been a solid year of growth for Mantra Group.”

The group will manage the 202 room Adelaide hotel under the up-market Peppers brand after the Peppers Adelaide Hotel is officially launched on 1 September 2015. 

It will be the first Peppers property in Adelaide and join two Mantra and two BreakFree hotels to bring the total number of Mantra Group hotels to five in Adelaide CBD.

Mantra Group will work with Hotel Invest Pty Ltd to upgrade the property.

Peppers Adelaide Hotel will join Peppers Gallery Hotel Canberra and Peppers Seaport Launceston in the existing portfolio, with new build Peppers properties set for completion in Docklands Melbourne and Kings Square Perth in 2016.

The group is also set to open in the heart of Melbourne CBD with the management of Darling Towers at 233 Collins Street. The property will rebrand as BreakFree on Collins this week and undergo a refurbishment program over the coming months.

The hotel offers 193 one and two bedroom apartments.

BreakFree on Collins will join a network of six CBD BreakFree properties across Australia, including BreakFree Bell City in the greater Melbourne suburb of Preston.   

It will bring the number of Mantra and BreakFree properties in Melbourne to twelve.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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