Saturday, November 17, 2018

A new international hotel in the heart of Perth

The InterContinental Perth City Centre has announced that it is set to open on October 15.

‘The King Street Precinct’ will welcome the 16 storey hotel which will offer 240 guest rooms, studios and suites as well as a Club InterContinental, a collection of new dining and bar options plus a meeting suite concept.

Designed by Woods Bagot, the InterContinental Perth City Centre will welcome guests with sandstone walled lobby spaces, sweeping sculptural statements, dramatic lighting, glass encased stairwells and elegant furnishings. Particular attention has been paid to curating an extensive art collection, with many works commissioned especially for the new hotel from leading West Australian painters, ceramicists, glassblowers and sculptors. Works will be displayed throughout the hotel’s public spaces as well as in each guest room.

Rooms take on a residential feel, and guests will be able to select from classic, city view or the executive studios and suites.

The new InterContinental Perth City Centre’s restaurant and bar offerings, with interior design by EDG Design, will bring dynamic eating, drinking and gathering options to the city with local produce and regional wines set to star.

“The hotel will certainly be stylish, our Club InterContinental will be a premium point of distinction and we’re in a vibrant city locale, but it’s the intuitive service our team can’t wait to welcome guests with,” said general manager of InterContinental Perth City Centre, Adam McDonald.

“We can’t wait to create a truly international hotel for Perth that brings global etiquette to travelling for business or pleasure,” he added.

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