Mantra aces accommodation deals

Mantra on Jolimont.
Mantra on Jolimont. Supplied

MANTRA Hotel Ambassador Pat Rafter will be heading court side to Melbourne for the first of the year's four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, the Australian Open, from 16-29 January.

The closest accommodation option to the Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Park is Mantra on Jolimont - literally a two minute walk to court side and just a 15 minute walk in to Federation Square - perfect for retreating to between matches but still close to Melbourne's CBD to catch some off-court action.  

Rates start from $299 per night in a studio room with one or two bedroom apartment options also available.

Mantra can also offer three newly refurbished apartment accommodation options in the heart of the CBD. 

Mantra on the Park recently unveiled a $4 million upgrade and offers a great location near the Lygon Street dining precinct and Melbourne Museum with rates from $229 per night for a one bedroom apartment. 

Or enjoy Mantra on Little Bourke's new look Alibi Kitchen & Bar and comfortably appointed apartments located amongst the city's laneways from $229 in an Executive Suite; or Mantra 100 Exhibition's refreshing new rooms located at Paris End of Collins Street providing the perfect location for high end shopping from $229 per night in a one bedroom apartment.

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