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The first of the new hotels to open in Australia is a hotel in the heart of the capital city, Sydney, with a number of perks including a large lounge.

The hotel is the first of a series of hotels to roll out in Australia, with the first to open next year, expected to be the Opryland Hotel in Melbourne.

Hotel Oprylands Sydney has its nameplate removed from the entrance of its lobby.

Photo: Facebook user Sarah MacPherson Opryland is a multi-million dollar investment in a high-end hotel that will eventually be home to a boutique hotel and apartments.

It is the latest in a series to be launched in Australia over the past decade, and has attracted a lot of attention.

A number of the major hotel operators in Australia are taking note. 

Hotels are not the only thing Australians are getting excited about. 

In October, hotel operator Airbnb launched a hotel and accommodation platform in Australia called HotelBuddy.

The platform allows travellers to book rooms, host and rent rooms and suites.

Airbnb said it will eventually provide a suite-based accommodation platform, offering guests a range of options including Airbnb-like rooms, and Airbnb-style apartments.

The company said that it planned to open hotels in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria over the next 12 months.

The company has also launched a new service called HotelTonight, which will allow users to book and book-share rooms and accommodation using their smartphones.

The app also allows people to book multiple rooms in the same night, for example, to book an Airbnb-esque suite for two nights in one weekend.

The HotelTonight service is not yet available in Australia.

The new hotels in Australia include:The hotel is on the site of the former OpryLand Hotel, which was sold to hotel operator Hilton Holdings for $1.7 billion in 2012.

The property was listed on the ASX-listed company’s website.

The OpryLAND Hotel in Sydney, which opened in May 2016, is the city’s tallest building and the tallest in the world, at 1,049 metres (2,534 feet).