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Aurecon hotel projects

The hotel industry continues to grow at an impressive rate, becoming more competitive as international hotel groups make inroads into a growing number of destinations.

Aurecon’s experts have built up extensive knowledge in this field through years of experience on some of the most popular hotel destinations worldwide.

Ocean Key Luxury Apartments building in Langstrand, Namibia
The Ocean Key Luxury Apartments building in Langstrand, Namibia, is a twelve storey beachside apartment block offering breath taking views of the Atlantic Ocean. The project was conceived in 2006 with one goal in mind – to provide luxury accommodation at a market-related price.

Madinat Jumeirah, United Arab Emirates
Aurecon is proud to be providing extensive engineering services on the extension to the majestic Madinat Jumeirah resort. Read more about this iconic project extension online at Emirates247.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Singapore
Designed and built in only 17 months, Aurecon was engaged to advise on the design of the Crowne Plaza Hotel’s intricate façade.

Seven17 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Seven17 Bourke Street links Southern Cross Station, Aurora Lane and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct. This mixed use development comprises A-grade offices, retail space, a 290-room hotel and car parking.

Shanghai Tower, China
When completed, the Shanghai Tower’s 320-room Four Seasons Hotel will be the tallest hotel in the world.

Pelangi Resort, Saint Felix, Mauritius   
This resort will have integrated communications and technology systems that represent the pinnacle of what smart technology has to offer to improve service quality, deliver exceptional guest satisfaction and increase revenues. 

Four Points, Sydney, Australia
Four Points by Sheraton in Sydney is Australia’s biggest hotel and is currently undergoing a vast expansion. State-of-the-art audio visual (AV) technology and digital solutions and IT systems are being used for the expansion.

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