Peppers Waymouth Adelaide has unveiled the results of a multi-million-dollar renovation which includes the opening of an on-site restaurant.

The extensive refurbishment project encompasses its 202 guestrooms across 17 floors – including the addition of two luxury suites and two dedicated family rooms – enhanced conference rooms, as well as the addition of a private dining room/boardroom and guest library lounge on the first floor.

The new ground floor restaurant, Tutto Cucina + Bar, features an open kitchen and wine cellar.

“Peppers Waymouth Adelaide has long been a popular accommodation choice for visitors to Adelaide, chosen by travellers who cherish the warm personality of the hotel and value its central location in the heart of Adelaide,” said Accor Pacific Chief Executive Officer, Sarah Derry.

“This transformative renovation takes the hotel experience to an entirely new level and complements the high quality of service provided by the hotel team. Peppers Waymouth brings a new vibrancy to Waymouth Street, drawing international and local visitors to the city to enjoy Adelaide’s world-class line-up of festivals and events, and strong food and cultural scene.”

The redesign was led by the hotel’s original architect Paul Pruszinski with assistance from PACT Architects, Lucid, and BUILDinc.

With a nod to European grandeur, each guestroom features floor to ceiling windows, full Italian marble bathrooms, quality fittings and bespoke furniture.

The two new Bentham Suites on level 18 feature separate living dining area, workspace and a fireplace, while the Peppers Family Suites have two separate bedrooms, workstation, microwave, dining table and two flat screen TVs. All Premium room types also include a luxurious open plan bathroom complete with a deep bath and walk-in shower.

The hotel upgrade coincides with an investment by Adelaide City Council to improve the urban environment surrounding the hotel.