By Nathalie Craig19 Oct 2018Brisbane’s hotel scene is getting more and more attractive. Just last week the oh so gorgeous Calile Hotel entered the scene and next month the new look Ovolo The Valley will spice things up once again. Ovolo purchased Brisbane’s Emporium Hotel in January and are putting their mark on it with multi-million-dollar renovation. The hotel will open as Ovolo The Valley in November with a hotel theme inspired by “the eclectic culture and iconic history of Fortitude Valley”. Ovolo The Valley will draw guests into a whimsical oasis of colour, art, and surprising hints of quirk curated throughout its 103 rooms. CEO and Chairman of the Ovolo Group, Girish Jhunjhnuwala said there is an element of fantasy, escapism and play in The Valley and they’re positioning the hotel as a contemporary oasis. The hotel will offer 24-hour room service, large, flat screen televisions, Google Chromecast, additional wall plugs, phone chargers in rooms, and Amazon’s Alexa. There will be a rooftop swimming pool, gym, sauna, meeting rooms and Ovolo’s signature standard inclusions of free breakfast, free WiFi, free in-room mini bar, free laundry and free happy hour drinks daily. While Ovolo The Valley will open next month, work will continue on the hotel’s standalone restaurant and bar concept to open on the ground level of the property early next year. Meanwhile, Alibi at Ovolo Woolloomooloo in Sydney has announced a new high tea offering by US chef, restaurateur and global plant-based dining pioneer, Matthew Kenney. It will have both sweet and savoury options and a selection of plant-based cocktails. There is also an option for free-flowing Perrier-Jouët throughout the two-hour menu package. NICE. READ: Ovolo Hotels struts into the fashion world READ: Step inside Brisbane’s hottest new hotel Will you be sending your clients to the new Ovolo? Let us know below. Other stories you may like Fashion-forward brand takes over a second HOTEL in Brisbane MOVERS & SHAKERS: Meet newbies at Ovolo Hotels, Pan Pacific & A&K What’s the best hotel in Australia? And what’s the best hotel the world?