Millett Group Takes Over Byron Bay Beach HostelDecember 17th, 2019 | | Accommodation
Millett Group is excited to announce the acquisition of Byron Bay Beach Hostel, with its team officially taking over operations on 14 November 2019.
Built just two years ago, the hostel promises a new and refreshed offering for Byron Bay travellers and adds to the group’s existing Byron Bay properties: Wake Up! Byron Bay and The Lord Byron Hotel.
Byron Bay Beach Hostel is located in the heart of Byron Bay, just one block from Main Beach and right in the hustle and bustle of the town centre, near the many popular cafes, restaurants, bars and boutique retail stores.
The stunningly refurbished rooftop bar is already proving to be a buzzing social hub for guests to enjoy a drink in the Byron Bay summer air. The bar will play host to an array of social activities each night, kicking off with a sunset happy hour from 4 to 7pm daily.
The hostel boasts the unique option of 21 private ensuite rooms – each of hotel quality – as well as shared dorms sleeping anywhere from four to eight guests, offering something for every traveller and budget.
Guests of Byron Bay Beach Hostel are treated to a range of free activities including yoga, guided lighthouse walks, free surfboard hire and an Aussie BBQ breakfast every Sunday morning.
For group and agent enquiries please contact:
Kira Kraut | Group Operations Manager – Byron Bay
About Millett Group
Leaders in the youth travel market, Millett Group’s flagship property Wake Up! Sydney took out the award for Best Hostel in Sydney for the fourth consecutive year and was ranked in the Top 10 Best Extra-Large Hostels in the World at the youth travel industry’s premier hostelword.com 2019 HOSCARs Awards.
Wake Up! Byron Bay also came in at Number 10 in the HOSCARs Large Hostel Category, with the Sydney and Byron Bay properties the only two hostels across Australia and New Zealand to be included in this category. Millett Group also operates the four-star Lord Byron Hotel, currently ranked Number One Hotel in Byron Bay on TripAdvisor.
Wake Up! Bondi Beach was launched in September of this year, with the beachside property boasting some of the best views of Sydney’s most iconic beach.
Source: Millett Group