Impeccably dressed for those who appreciate the finer things, QT Perth is set to open its doors to guests this August and we can’t stop swooning over the sneak peeks of the interiors!
Merging industrial glamour with a contemporary, urban-cool aesthetic – to say the hotel has been meticulously designed is an understatement.
Longstanding QT guest room designer, Shelley Indyk has created wildly individual and thoughtfully designed guest rooms where you will find handmade ceramics by local craftspeople including Dale Frances.
The lavish suites offer a mix of rich tones and hues, rich jarrah timber, polished brass and striking sculptures by artist Patsy Payne. With dark stone bathrooms, signature QT gel beds and an opulent mini bar, QT’s guest rooms and publics spaces channel the history of excess from 1980s Perth with a wink to fashion and vintage.
Designer Nic Graham, part of QT’s core creative team, has reimagined what a hotel should be like – creating thoughtfully designed areas for locals and visitors to come together. The rooftop bar has spectacular views across the Swan River, Perth Hills and the Stadium, while the café on the ground level will be a perfect spot to grab a cup of coffee and a quick pow wow.
Showcasing the best of QT’s signature service and design, the bold 18-storey hotel boasts 184 guest rooms, a signature bar & grill restaurant concept, rooftop bar, café and seven conference rooms.
Luxuriously perched in the emerging trendy part of town, QT Perth is located on the doorstep of the Murray Street Mall and the city’s shopping hub, and only moments from the spectacular Bell Tower, Elizabeth Quay and the stunning Swan River.
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