The Tower Hotel’s recent multi-million-dollar facelift has given new life to the heritage-listed venue, with revenue and patronage doubling since it opened its doors in November last year.
Owner, Greg Maitland, identified a gap in the market and successfully redesigned the venue to cater to all members of the community.
“We pride ourselves on providing entertainment for all… whether you’re on the way home from the office, the construction site, or seeking a weekend brunch spot, the Tower Hotel is your go-to destination,” says Greg Maitland.
‘With summer in full swing, the Tower’s beer garden is alive with local entertainment from Thursday’s through to Sunday. There’s also a chance for patrons to give their brain a mid-week wake up with live, interactive trivia on Wednesday nights, complete with take home prizes.
“Just outside the hustle and bustle of the CBD, we are dedicated to providing a variety of activities so our patrons can always experience something new and never go hungry with our all day dining,” says Greg Maitland.
For those who’ve had a big night out, the Tower is also offering the perfect morning cure, with breakfast now on the menu Saturdays and Sundays. “The Smashed Breakfast Avocado is sure to be a big hit with feta, roasted pumpkin, pesto and of course Avocado on a bed of toast,” says Greg Maitland.
Parents hoping to unwind on the weekend will get their wish, with the Tower Hotel holding their much anticipated ‘Family Day’ on the last Sunday of every month.
“Bring the little ones down for a children’s movie in the cinema, accompanied by $8.90 kid’s meals and even a face painter,” says Greg Maitland.
There’s also something to keep the big kid’s occupied with $20 Corona buckets, $20 share cocktail jugs and $35 share platters served with a bottle of wine, as part of ‘Lazy Sundays’ at the Tower.
Those looking to continue the celebrations well into the year, the Tower Hotel has tailored function packages with the promise of making every event unique and personalised.