The Museum Art Hotel Refurbishment

Refurbishment ticking along at pace. 

13th May 2013


The Museum Art Hotel's two million dollar refurbishment is ticking along with pace.  This extensive renovation will see a major refurbishment of all room types in the hotel building. The Classic Deluxe room type has been completed with Classic rooms almost finished.

The refurbishment has been designed with a ‘Coco Chanel inspired’ look, lush gold and mirror interiors intensified with the use of wall art to add a splash of colour and richness. All soft furnishings are being replaced and much of the joinery. King-size or super-king beds feature individual Dolmeo reading lights. Rich gold curtaining complements the chocolate and gold European carpeting. Mirrors have been widely used to create a sense of space as well as achieving a Kaleidoscope effect from the brilliantly coloured wall coverings and quirky designer lamps. Even the espresso machines and the 'objet d'art' have been selected with this effect in mind. Bathrooms retain the classic white tiling and marble features while the floors boast a charcoal grey stone tile and mosaics. The classic, large porcelain Villaroy and Boch bathtubs have been retained but complemented with new tapware including a new rain shower head.

“Our goal has been to bring these rooms into the current art design idiom of the rest of the hotel. It’s all part of our desire to continue offering our guests an inspiring point of differentiation from the traditional hotel. We are really delighted with the rooms that have been completed and look forward to welcoming new and loyal guests through the doors to experience the updated rooms first hand in coming months,” said Chris Parkin, owner of Museum Art Hotel. 

Next on the agenda is the Hotel's twenty-five newly defined Harbour rooms which will be coming along in June-July. 


Experience the refurbished Classic Deluxe rooms and Classic rooms.