Hotelesque ushers in a new level of home-share luxury

Bespoke re-styling of interiors and a concierge service are aimed at keeping owners and guests coming back

By Mark Colson 05/09/2018

Luxury home-sharing has just reached a new level of sophistication, according to Sydney-based specialist Hotelesque.

Quite beyond Hotelesque’s curated collection of some of Sydney’s most luxurious homes, the company’s service extends to re-styling interiors to maximise owners’ returns, and offering a concierge service to simplify guests’ requirements for local shopping, dining experiences and so on.


Hotelesque’s Monique Eyles and Steve Keir

Hotelesque is headed by finance and property specialists Steve Keir and Monique Eyles, and is a rebranding of Your Home Away from Home, established by Keir in 2005.

The business partners say that Hotelesque’s careful selection of properties and interior styling maintains a consistent level of quality and appeal to attract higher occupancy levels and build guest loyalty.

For guests, local concierges can provide seven-day support.

Hotelesque is currently operating with around 100 properties in Sydney, but has imminent plans to expand into Victoria, Queensland and New Zealand. For its current Sydney offerings, visit www.hotelesque.com.au.

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