Holiday Inn

Redefining what a Holiday Inn is for the Australian market, the Coburg project is set to bring world-class conferencing & business facilities, accommodation and style to the northern suburbs.

Situated on bustling Sydney Road, this Barnes Capital hotel will be nestled amongst the thriving Melbourne culture scene with cafes, restaurants and retail as far as the eye can see.

The building itself boasts cutting-edge design, both internally and externally and will be a ‘head turner’ from every angle.

With cutting edge movable pods for catering offering open dining, or a more intimate experience in the same space, through to a range of ‘Australia firsts’ for the Holiday Inn, this is a hotel that needs to be seen, experienced and enjoyed to be believed and will set the standard in hotel experiences.

Property Overview

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Details & Amenities

Providing some of the most versatile meeting and conferencing spaces in Melbourne, while being strategically located within stone’s throw to the CBD, retail outlets, top restaurants and entertainment districts, the Holiday Inn Coburg is set to change the way you do business.

Meanwhile, guests travelling on vacation or a family trip can enjoy the in-house dining options and day-care centre – with casual spaces available – so you can enjoy special time together, or some parent only time, in this eclectic part of the city.

Close to the Melbourne Zoo, and a short tram-ride away from the museum and aquarium, there will never be a shortage of things to do and enjoy at the Holiday Inn, Coburg.

  • 100-Seat Feature Restaurant
  • Lobby Bar
  • Grab & Go Station
  • 96-Place Childcare Centre
  • Conference Centre and Meeting Facilities

Property location

One of Melbourne’s bustling outer suburbs with convenient access to the airport and the CBD, the Holiday Inn Coburg will provide the comfort and convenience that business and personal travellers crave. The site offers easy access to Melbourne’s famous restaurants and café scene by convenient tram along Sydney Road and into the city.