The newly opened Four Points By Sheraton in Melbourne forms part of the new Marina Tower development and is the first international hotel in the busy docklands area. It’s sparkling centrepiece is a seventh-floor Sky Lounge complete with a 25-metre heated outdoor pool and jacuzzi with city views.
Whisky fans will be excited to learn about an exclusive five-course dinner happening in Melbourne next month that offers the the only chance to taste The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter One whiskies (valued at $57,000). On 20 September, acclaimed cocktail lounge Eau-de-Vie Melbourne will host the whisky degustation dinner, with prices set at $1500 per head and guests limited to 16. The five rare Single Malt Scotch Whiskies are aged up to 46 years.
MADE FOR WALKING
Step into your next adventure in comfortable style with UK-based brand Duo Boots’ new Heritage Collection. Made from the finest leather, their brogue-inspired detailing ooze casual cool and they have a rubber tread for intrepid explorers. From $330.
Samsonite has evolved it’s much-loved Cosmolite collection with the launch of the Cosmolite 3.0 spinner suitcase. Now 200 grams lighter, Cosmolite 3.0 is crafted from Curv® technology — an impact-resistant lightweight material exclusive to Samsonite within the luggage industry. The elegant fishbone-design case is available in five sizes: Beauty Case ($349), 55cm ($579), 69cm $799, 75cm ($849) and 81cm ($899).
Bad hair day on holidays? Go undercover with a stylish silk scarf that won’t take up much space in your suitcase. A concept silk scarf label made in Australia, Letitia Green was born from a desire to create wearable art in a sustainable way. The collection combines traditional hand-illustrated artwork, painting, collage and digital design. Priced $150 to $260.