Grace Hotel launches customisable 10rooms

first_imgThe Grace Hotel Sydney officially launched its 10Rooms experience on Tuesday evening, with a tour of the concept rooms for media and hospitality agents. Host of ABC’s Collectors show, Claudia Chan Shaw, welcomed the guests gathered in The Grace Hotel’s Bar 77. “We at Collectors get excited by the Grace’s high internal ceilings, its original lifts and stairwells, marble floors and decorative framework,” Ms Shaw said after telling briefly of the hotel’s history. “We love the contemporary, new style of rooms which still manages to capture the essence of the 1930s Art Deco,” Ms Shaw said. The unique concept of the 10rooms is the customisability of the rooms themselves. Travellers who are “tired of the same repetitive interiors and generic layouts that scream ‘hotel’” can tailor their rooms to make their experience more memorable, a hotel release said. Guests at the 10rooms can select their own décor and style “from the sofa to the soap.” “10Rooms is unlike any other hotel concept. Each room is customised to suit the taste of the individual. 10Rooms is a personal experience especially for you,” general manager of The Grace Hotel, Philip Pratley said. “The furniture changes with the guest’s preferences. This concept of flexibility has been imported from our hotel in Kuala Lumpur, The Federal,” he said.Following the official welcome, media and function guests were invited on a tour of the 10rooms concept rooms, led by The Grace Hotel’s business development managers Christian Lackner and Joseph Selvan. The evening concluded with the launch of the 10rooms website, and a prize giveaway for attendees.The landmark Grace Building was built by the Grace Bros. retail empire and remains one of Sydney’s most prominent examples of pre-war architecture. ABC’s Collectors’ Claudia Chan Shaw and The Grace Hotel’s general manager, Philip Pratley Room 5 bed Room 3 loungecenter_img Room 6 corridor Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.Clast_img read more