Travelodge Hotel Bankstown, Sydney has been recognised with a construction excellence award from the MBA after it unveiled 54 additional executive-style rooms and facilities in March and July. This week it celebrates six months of being at near capacity since completing the renovation, which was specifically designed to suit the corporate market, confirming its position as the Western Suburb’s leading destination for business travellers.
The Master Builders Association NSW this month awarded Paynter Dixon ‘Excellence in Construction 2016’ for the Bankstown Sports Club, Travelodge Hotel extension. Paynter Dixon’s Construction Manager, David Trethewy, received the award which acknowledged the complex logistics constructing four additional floors whilst maintaining the operation of the existing hotel and club.
Travelodge Hotel Bankstown, Sydney has long been a popular choice for corporate travellers because of its excellent facilities and location in the city’s bustling centre, which is a hub for commerce in the West. The hotel offers excellent conferencing and theatre facilities as well as endless options for entertainment from its position inside the popular Bankstown Sports Club.
Bankstown Sports Club has enough to keep conference delegates, business travellers and families occupied for days, with 10 restaurants and 8 bars, a cinema, Monkey Mania – all under one roof, with convenient parking. Travelodge guests receive temporary Bankstown Sports Club membership when they stay, which entitles them to member discounts.
The hotel has given extra focus this year to its corporate travel market given the huge economic growth predicted for the area, where population is forecast to grow 11 per cent in 15 years.
The smart and contemporary new corporate rooms feature one bedroom executive-style rooms with sleek designs and beautifully finished contemporary interiors in a natural timber colour palette. Each room offers a choice of King or Queen beds, wall-mounted TV screens and unlimited WiFi.
Bankstown is only 20km from Sydney CBD and contributes up to 3 per cent of New South Wales’s employment and 2 per cent of its economic output. It is only a five minute drive from Chullora, Milperra, and Padstow business parks, a 10 minute drive to Bankstown Airport and close to Bankstown Hospital, Bankstown Golf Club and Bankstown Arts Centre, as well as the Dunc Grey Velodrome and Homebush Olympic Stadium.
Business and leisure guests can combine an overnight hotel stay with a show at the Bankstown Sports Club, breakfast for two plus a bottle of wine and a $50 gift card that they can use at any restaurant in the club.
For a program of upcoming events and attractions at Bankstown Sports Club including
live shows by Damien Leith, Rhonda Burchmore, Tom Burlinson and Joe Avati visit