Eatons Hill Hotel has celebrated its 10th birthday with not one, but two parties.
On April 15, a corporate event for staff and invited guests was held, before the public nightclub celebration.
The latter had two DJs, CO2 canons, flames and was the first event held under the nightclub’s new renovated roof and lighting system.
“It is hard to believe it has been 10 years since we opened Eatons Hill Hotel,” says Comiskey Group Director Rob Comiskey.
“We have had a successful 10 years with plenty of highlights along the way.”
That includes being named Australia’s Best Entertainment Venue twice at the Australian Hotels Association Awards.
The 4.5-star on-site accommodation was also opened and recently won TripAdvisor’s highest honour, The Travellers’ Choice Award for 2020.
“The accommodation at the property was rated in the top 25 hotels in Australia and the top 1 per cent of hotels worldwide, a huge achievement especially considering it was our first endeavour into the industry,” says Mr Comiskey.
“There are so many momentous occasions worth mentioning, but it really is our entertainment we are most known for!”
The list of national and international stars which have performed at Eatons Hill includes Prince, Ice Cube, Rita Ora, Jessie J, Post Malone, ASAP Rocky and Khalid.
“It is incredible to think of how much success we have had over the last decade and that is largely due to the hard work and dedication of our team at Eatons Hill Hotel,” says Mr Comiskey.
“I look forward to seeing what the next 10 years has in store.”
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