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Ovolo Hotels adapts the Wonder. Full. experience

Ovolo Hotels adapts in tough times to keep delivering its unique hotel experience.

Ovolo see these challenging times as an opportunity to adapt and innovate. More than places to stay, Ovolo Hotels are destinations to experience, brimming with character, each hotel is a uniquely rich adventure, full of eye-catching art and a vibrant atmosphere. 

Ovolo’s Wonder. Full. promise encapsulates the moments of wonder, inspired interiors and delightful details, which await at every destination. Wonder. Full. extends to provide a unique and effortless guest experiences through its NFW Promise, The Perks, its food and drink concepts and packages it offers its guests.

The rare times we are currently living in, Ovolo’s guest experiences are continually adapting to remain innovative and disruptive, while adhering with growing government restrictions on travelling and social distancing. Ovolo are evolving packages to isolate in comfort, bringing social hour to you with a trolley service, making complimentary breakfast effortless with room service and now with restaurants and bars pivoting towards takeaway.

“Going against the grain is in our DNA," said Ovolo Hotels Founder and CEO, Girish Jhunjhnuwala. “With every touch point, we continuously strive to innovate, times like these require no other approach. By embracing the situation, we must adapt so we can continue to provide a unique and effortless experience. We get knocked down, but we get up again, ain't nothin' gonna keep us down!”

From a 7 Day Recharge to 14 Day Lock In, Ovolo’s long-stay packages are here for guests to work, rest and play in comfort. Guests will keep in good company with all of The Perks, a signature of staying with Ovolo; Continental Breakfast, Loot Bag filled with goodies, in-room mini bar which is replenished daily, a Smart TV with Amazon Prime, Netflix, the perks go on. A welcomed addition is the daily Turmeric based shooters to boost your immunity. 

Across the board Ovolo has boosted guest’s booking confidence, ensuring the NFW promise which always ensure the freedom of being flexible and transparent, evolves to offer even more flexibility and rates – if the rate drops before you check in, Ovolo will give the guest the difference in credit to spend at Ovolo.

Additionally, the flexibility for check-in and out options have also been enhanced to ensure guests during this time are not bound by time pressures and can enjoy a stay on their time. 

Savouring sundowner drinks at social hour is probably one of Ovolo’s most favoured perk – an hour of snacks and drinks on Ovolo which is now delivers the bar to your room door with our Social Hour Trolley Service. A drinks trolley bringing your drink of your choice with accompanying bar snacks, will be doing the rounds every night, with your second round just a phone call away. 

In Australia, with the hospitality scene halting changing for the time being, anyone can take a bite of Ovolo home. Veg out with Alibi Bar & Kitchen (Sydney), Australia’s first 100 per cent plant-based hotel bar and restaurant or the sustainably focused Monster Kitchen and Bar (Canberra) or most recently opened Tel Aviv inspired, ZA ZA TA Bar & Kitchen (Brisbane) offering Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine to share amongst your family at home. All restaurants are also offering a selection of alcoholic beverages to accompany your meal – saying in to dine out is the new normal, and Ovolo has you slow cooked, spiced and served to go.  

With the tourism industry facing new obstacles at every turn, Ovolo will continue to go against the grain and constantly adapt to continue offering unique hotel and dining experiences.

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