Inside Wyndham Melbourne’s $3 million apartments upgrade

by Ruth Hogan

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne has unveiled a contemporary new look following a AU$3 million refurbishment of its 87 holiday club apartments and common spaces.

The mixed-use property, which is managed by Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific, features Club Wyndham South Pacific apartments, hotel inventory and private residences.

Interior design firm BSPN was tasked with transforming the apartments – a mix of studios, 1- and 2-bedroom standard and deluxe configurations, as well as three-bedroom Grand and Presidential Suites.

Following a refreshed colour palette of vibrant teal, coral, and sophisticated greys, the apartments now feature modern furniture and vibrant flooring, inspired by Melbourne’s famous laneway street art.

The Presidential apartments follow a distinct design scheme with shades of greys, charcoal, terracotta, and splashes of gold, luxurious wallpaper and pendant lighting.

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne General Manager, Peter Dias, says the new looks fuses a contemporary design with “Melbourne’s vibrant artistic spirit” – which is captured through locally inspired art and photo montages of the city streets by local photographer David Simmonds.

“The revitalised spaces, modern colour palettes, and captivating artwork reflect our commitment to providing an exceptional experience for our club members and guests,” Dias said.

“The refurbishment pays homage to the city’s renowned artistic heritage. Whether visiting for business or pleasure, guests can indulge in an unforgettable stay that seamlessly blends comfort, style, and Melbourne’s vibrant energy.”

Used beds have been offered to Soft Landing Mattress Recycling and any surplus items have been donated to charitable organisations.