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HOSTEL G: Perth’s new accomodation solution for business travellers

May 29, 2019 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

International hospitality company GCP Hospitality unveiled a new concept in accommodation earlier this year, with the opening of Perth’s first 2.0 hostel.The new breed of accommodation illustrates GCP Hospitality’s intention to adapt to the changing
needs of travellers – especially business travellers – in the now highly-connected, global age.

Redefining the industry perception of a hostel, Hostel G offers a hotel-style experience without the
price tag, with private rooms, restaurant & bar, co-working spaces and a vibrant communal area.
Hostel G boasts private guestrooms with twin bed configurations, with each room offering a full
suite of amenities such as a working desk, complimentary high-speed WiFi, USB charging docks,
toiletries and access to the hostel’s co-working and social spaces.

A major focus of the hostel is its communal spaces, including a games room, screening room and coworking space.

The hostel also boasts an on-site eatery and bar – Lazy Lee Urban Eatery, which hosts regular
socialization events such as live gigs and guest speakers. In-room dining is also made available.
Hostel G Operations Manager Robert Mellor said Hostel G was designed to enable social
connectivity, foster collaboration and connection.

“With millennials travelling more for business than any other generation, accommodation providers are having to adapt to their needs and desires,” said Mr Mellor.

“The business travellers of today are looking for social work spaces, are budget conscious, and enjoy
the hybrid of hotel amenities coupled with the highly connective environment that comes with living amongst community.”

“Since opening in January, we have seen start-up owners use Hostel G as a base in which to stay,
work, take meetings and enjoy the city. We have seen established businesses take advantage of our
CBD location and attractive prices.”

Located at 80 Stirling Street in the heart of Perth’s city, the building is also set to welcome further
food and beverage, grocery and retail tenants.

Rates for private guestrooms start from $84 per night on weekdays and $92 per night on weekends.

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