With Crystalbrook Collection marketing Bailey as the arty and creative sibling to Riley, which opened in 2018, and Flynn, opening early 2020, Bailey is set to be a colourful and charismatic property in keeping with the new breed of lifestyle hotels emerging throughout Australia and around the world
Reservations have opened for Cairns’ newest five-star hotel, Bailey, a Crystalbrook Collection Hotel, ahead of its 2nd November opening.
Located in the heart of Cairns’ flourishing cultural precinct, Bailey is the second of three Crystalbrook Collection hotels to open in Cairns and once open, will be the fourth hotel in the Group’s fast-expanding Australian portfolio, with properties in Cairns, Sydney, Byron Bay, Newcastle, Port Douglas and Crystalbrook.
The Syrian-owned hotel group recently announced the purchase of one of Australia’s most renowned resorts, Byron at Byron, for a reported AU$41.7 million, bringing Crystalbrook Collection’s Australian investment to $1 billion.
“Launching direct bookings to the public is a significant milestone as we count down the days until we open,” said Carl Taranto, General Manager at Bailey.
With the hotel brand marketing Bailey as the thoughtful, arty and creative sibling to Riley, which opened in 2018, and Flynn, opening early 2020, Bailey is set to be a colourful and charismatic hotel in keeping with the new breed of lifestyle hotels emerging throughout Australia and around the world.
The hotel will celebrate art in all its forms, with dedicated spaces for art within the hotel’s public areas. Each of the 12 guest floors is also designed to feature separate artists, with this art changing regularly. Bailey will also host quarterly art initiatives such as exhibitions, evening classes, poetry recitals, dance performances and even live graffiti sessions. A schedule of events and art-filled inclusions that showcase a diverse array of local emerging and established artistic talents will run on the hotel’s opening.
Two vastly different eateries will be on offer at Bailey from 2nd November: CC’s Bar and Grill, a rugged Australian take on the traditional steakhouse that draws inspiration from Crystalbrook Station; and nostalgic Milk Bar, serving up childhood classics like milkshakes, sundaes and other sweet treats. CC’s steak will be sourced from Crystalbrook Station, a three-hour drive from Cairns, and plenty of local produce will be on offer in a menu that celebrates hearty, flavoursome and locally-inspired dishes.
To celebrate the launch of Bailey, Crystalbrook is offering advance opening rates starting at $179 per room per night.