ALH launches Nightcap Hotels

11 May, 2018 by Vanessa Cavasinni

ALH Group has launched a national accommodation brand – Nightcap Hotels – attached to dozens of its hotel properties across the country.

Nightcap Hotels is an affordable accommodation option, currently attached to 28 ALH Group venues across Australia. Current locations include the Finsbury Hotel in northern Adelaide (pictured), the Kawana Waters Hotel on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, The Cheeky Squire in south Melbourne, and the Caringbah Hotel in south Sydney.

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“Our incredibly talented and passionate team have been working tirelessly for the last three years to build the Nightcap Hotels brand and values,” stated ALH Group’s national accommodation manager, Brett Salter.

Each room within a Nightcap Hotel offering includes King Koil bedding and free wi-fi, within a hotel that also offers F&B services. Salter believes that what differentiates Nightcap Hotels from other affordable accommodation options is the level of quality of the offering, with locations across the country, including in suburban and regional areas.

“We are able to provide our guests with a unique offer, quite different to any other group around the country. Our hotels have extensive food and beverage facilities and now offer a great accommodation experience at a very competitive price in mostly suburban and some regional locations.

“There’s a lot of niche brands with personality and consistency in the upscale segment, we will provide this niche along with our signature King Koil beds in our professionally designed rooms in the economy and midscale segment.”

With 28 properties already operating, Nightcap Hotels plans to extend its network each month with new openings, as Salter says that current occupancy rates have shown that the demand for economy accommodation options is out there.

“With many of our hotels re-opening at more than 90 per cent occupancy levels, we’re all very excited for what is to be an incredible journey ahead.”

The Nightcap Hotels team (l-r) Brett Salter, Jackie Laynes, Grace Keath and Simon Kelleway