Posted by Phoebe Rothfield
11. May, 2015
Opening on the 20th of May, St. Jerome’s The Hotel will offer luxurious overnight glamping accommodation on top of one of Melbourne’s most popular shopping centres.
Under the creative direction of Jerome Borazio, the man behind Melbourne’s favourite laneway festival, there will be two options available to those romantics, adventurers or even just intrigued Melburnians. Two types of tents will be pitched on level three of Melbourne Central for a limited time only; the Luxe, a 4m Homecamp bell tent or the Luxe Plus, a 5m Homecamp bell tent.
Jerome has imported a team from all ends of the spectrum and from all over the world, along with some home-grown talent, to put together what will hopefully be Australia’s most iconic specialty lodging.
– Tents inclusive of breakfast hamper, free bowling at Strike, morning meditation, morning coffee by Plantation, free Wi-Fi, Swisse Body Care range and more starting from $330.
*glamping– a new word for a new kind of travel, defined as glamorous camping. Glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing the luxury of a traditional hotel experience.
St Jerome’s The Hotel
Level 3, 271 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
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