Hotel built in China for Perth

Australia’s first fully modular hotel will be built at Ascot near Perth’s domestic airport to cater for the massive FIFO market in WA.

Developer Qube Hotels, part of the Quantum Hospitality Group, says modules for the 160-room have been built in China and will be shipped to Perth.

The $20 million project will take just three months to build and the first stage will open by June, according to Qube’s general manager of sales Lynne Jackson.

“Modular hotels can be up and running in a very short time of three months, giving us the ability to add 162 hotel rooms and 52 residences to the Perth market in the first half of 2013,” she said.

As it will specialise in FIFO guests, the hotel will offer an eight-hour tariff.

Qube’s 52-apartment Aurum Hotel & Residences development also near Perth airport is due to open in March.

The key focus of Qube Hotels is to offer a range of accommodation throughout Australia, in all key gateway cities and regional centres with a strong mining project presence. Rooms start at Qube Budget size through Qube Mid-Size, Qube Deluxe, Qube Studios and Qube Residences with the choice of 1 or 2 bedroom apartments.

All rooms feature a five-star fit out akin to that used in luxury yachts with high end beds and linen, finishes and features and the ability to be totally refurbished in a very short time ensuring rooms look brand new at all times. Qube Hotels modules are built around sustainable principles with nearly every part of the module being reusable with a 20+ year life cycle. Solar energy and water capture will be used to offset costs, along with low energy use fixtures.

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