New hotel for Melbourne's northern suburbs

Mantra Epping, a new-build $80 million hotel development in Melbourne’s booming northern suburbs, is on track to open in May.


Designed by leading architects Peddle Thorp and Bruce Henderson Interiors, the two-wing 214-room hotel will feature a selection of rooms, one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom interconnecting apartments.

All hotel rooms and one-bedroom apartments feature modern décor, air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, in-room wifi and Foxtel, including iQ Chromecast for a personalised entertainment experience.

The one-bedroom apartments feature kitchen facilities, laundry and private balconies. 

On-site amenities and services include the Trader Café, Restaurant and Bar, Beer Republic brewhouse, state-of-the-art conference and meeting facilities, fully-equipped gymnasium, 24-hour reception and open-air secure car parking.

Mantra Epping general manager Mike Blank said the site has been a hive of activity over the past few months. 

“Once open, Mantra Epping will address North Melbourne’s real need for greater and more contemporary hotel accommodation,” he said. I think he means northern Melbourne, rather than North Melbourne.

“It will provide a market-leading hotel offering, well positioned to become the region’s premier corporate, meetings and leisure hotel.”


Mantra Epping is currently offering an opening special from $179 per night in a hotel room. The rate includes breakfast for two, car parking and in-room wifi.

Mantra Eppping is 18km north of the CBD, and 15 minutes from Melbourne Airport.

For further information visit www.mantrahotels.com/mantra-epping or call 1300 987 603.

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