Lewis Land Group’s leisure venues include four family friendly hotels, accommodation and two retail outlets in Queensland and New South Wales.
All venues celebrate the outdoors, through open-air alfresco dining, lush landscaping or scenic views.
The Komo Hotel, QLD
Mon Komo Hotel was acquired by Lewis Land Group in September 2020. Located on the Redcliffe Peninsular, 30 minutes north of Brisbane, Mon Komo enjoys prime vantage overlooking Moreton Bay.
Since opening in 2011, the venue has emerged to become one of Queensland’s iconic hospitality venues and has been recognised by winning a number of Queensland and Australian Hotel Association Awards.
After a $3million renovation in 2020, the new look and newly named “The Komo ” employs 100 staff, and includes numerous bars and dining options, conference and wedding facilities, plus a sumptuous Charcoal rotisserie at the heart of it all.
Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill, NSW
The Mercure Sydney, Rouse Hill is the new addition to the Fiddler Precinct and rounds out the overall offering at the large format dining and entertainment hub.
Redefining a business or leisure stay, Mercure Sydney, Rouse Hill offers guests a full range of accommodation, services and facilities in relaxed, yet refined, surroundings. Situated approximately 45 minutes by road to Sydney International Airport, the luxurious 4 ½ star accommodation is a game changer in the pub accommodation industry.
With 78 modern airconditioned hotel suites, features include an outdoor pool, fully equipped gymnasium and modern conference and wedding facilities on site at the Fiddler Hotel.
Business and corporate travelers can enjoy access to the CBD via multiple nearby bus stops as well as the recently opened Metro sky train station which is just a 5-minute stroll away.
Opened in July 2019, the Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill is owned and operated by Lewis Land Group under the Mercure brand.
(Designed by Mostaghim and Associates; Built by Growth Built.)
The Fiddler Hotel, NSW
The Fiddler Hospitality Precinct sits on 2.81Ha at the junction of Windsor Road and Commercial Road in the heart of Rouse Hill. It sets a new benchmark in diversified hospitality assets, including The Fiddler Hotel, The Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill, KFC and Raine & Horne.
A multi-award winning large format hospitality venue, The Fiddler caters for approximately 2,300 patrons, and boasts a multitude of bars, both indoor and alfresco dining options plus functions and event spaces suited to a diverse and growing clientele.
- 9 separate bars including the famous Irish Bar
- Restaurant with alfresco dining
- Designated function room
- Conference room and facilities
- Gaming Lounge
- Beer garden
- Children’s playground
Rouse Hill lies within a key growth area in North West Sydney, with significant public and private investment including the new Rouse Hill Metro Station, GPT’s $1.3billion mixed use project and new $300million Rouse Hill Hospital, all within 1km of The Fiddler.
A key feature of the precinct is the Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill, which commenced trading in 2019 and provides a unique dine and stay option for the region.
Camden Valley Inn, NSW
An hour south-west of Sydney, the Camden Valley Inn is set amidst five acres of gardens overlooking the Razorback Mountain ranges.
A significant $15million redevelopment was complete in September 2019, restoring the heritage listed buildings to their former glory and creating brand new family-friendly dining and entertaining precinct incorporating pavilion, marquee, and beer garden spaces, as well as a public bar, garden arbour and lounge, bistro, pizza bar, coffee bar, and private dining areas.
The venue also boasts a dedicated conference and function space, as well as a petting zoo and children’s playground, all designed to maximise the views and outdoors.
Renovations in 2017 upgraded the 40, 4-star accommodation suites, balancing country hospitality with modern luxury and convenience.
The Belvedere Hotel, QLD
The Belvedere Hotel is located on 8,000sqm of prime land overlooking Bramble Bay on Queensland’s Redcliffe Peninsular. This strong connection to water and the outdoors has made “The Bel” a generational community favourite.
Significant upgrades to the food and beverage were complete in 2016 and 2018, adding a new Pizzeria and now providing seating for 800 guests.
Additional improvements are in the planning, including upgrades to gaming and conference facilities.
Lewis Land Group own the adjacent land and are reviewing potential development opportunities.