New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group today introduced a new hotel brand as part of the ongoing A$330 million expansion of its Adelaide Casino in South Australia.
Eos by SkyCity was unveiled today as the hotel brand that would join SkyCity’s existing operation in Adelaide.
The new hotel at Adelaide Casino will occupy a 12-story tower which is currently under development at the site. The new Eos by SkyCity hotel would feature 120 luxury hotel rooms that would range in size from 45 square meters up to the 305-square-meter Grace Villa. All of the rooms will overlook the Adelaide Oval or the Torrens River.
SkyCity revealed plans to expand its Adelaide Casino operation years ago, but bureaucratic hurdles delayed the start of construction. Work on the planned expansion eventually kicked off in the summer of 2018.
The A$330 million expansion project includes renovation of the existing gaming floor and the addition of a hotel tower and different other new amenities.
Work on the exterior facade of the new hotel building has been completed, and attention is now fully focused on its internal design and fit-out. The new Eos by SkyCity hotel is slated to swing its doors open and welcome its first guests in late 2020.
Setting the Benchmark for How SkyCity Provides Guest Experiences
As mentioned earlier, Eos by SkyCity will feature as many as 120 luxury rooms and suites. Guests will be able to stay at Allure Rooms, Radiance River View Suites, Oasis Suites, and the Grace Villa, the 305-square-meter jewel in the Eos crown that will sit at the tallest point of the new hotel tower.
All rooms will feature keyless entry, in-room digital concierge tablets, and 65-inch 4K HD TVs. Guests will also be treated to various personalized experiences, including an in-room mixologist.
In addition to its luxury rooms and suites, Eos by SkyCity will feature a plethora of other amenities such as two signature restaurants, including a rooftop one, a spa and wellness center, a fitness center, a swimming pool, and an event center with room for up to 650 delegates.
The new hotel tower will be connected off-street to SkyCity’s adjacent casino and entertainment complex.
Eos by SkyCity will join three other hotel experiences by the New Zealand casino and hospitality operator. The company’s current hotel portfolio includes properties in Auckland, Hamilton, and Queenstown.
Commenting on their newly unveiled hotel brand, SkyCity Entertainment Group General Manager, Hotels, Brad Burnett said that “Eos by SkyCity will set the benchmark for how we provide experiences and entertainment that excite our guests, and we hope to play a key role in bringing visitors back to South Australia when it is safe to travel once again.”
SkyCity’s new hotel experience is scheduled to be launched late this year.