The 46-storey apartment style hotel is dark and moody with modern design features, a selection of guest services available including heated pool, gymnasium, sauna and steam room, guest lounge and library with an adjoining patio, and enclosed garden space on the 46th floor complete with a freestanding fireplace and incredible bayside views.
Rooms feature a full kitchen and laundry facilities and floor to ceiling windows providing natural light and city or bayside views. In-room minibars are also stocked with locally sourced produce, a great way for guests to sample some of Victoria's finest gourmet goods.
Keeping with the theme of locally sourced, the in house wine bar and restaurant, Edwin Wine Bar & Cellar also offers a seasonally curated menu and extensive wine list, with distinct Victorian flavour.
Shadow Play offers gorgeous spaces for guests to hide away, relax and escape including the enclosed Winter Garden on level 46. Image :Provided.
The hotel is centrally located for guests to easily access most of Melbourne's attractions, entertainment and dining areas including Melbourne Arts Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria, Crown Casino, the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, and the city's finest shopping and dining precincts. It's also ideal for business travellers and long-term guests too.
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp, said the hotel adds to Melbourne's reputation for quality accommodation and is a vote of confidence in the city's tourism industry.
"Shadow Play by Peppers offers understated luxury and will be a drawcard for both local and international guests," the Lord Mayor said.
The one and two bedroom apartment style rooms are great for those needing a bit of extra space or longer stay business travellers. Image:Provided.