Thursday, February 22, 2018

InterContinental Perth City Centre now open

InterContinental Hotels Group has unveiled InterContinental Perth City Centre – the sixth InterContinental hotel in Australia.

Designed by Woods Bagot with interiors by Chada, the 16 storey InterContinental Perth City Centre combines distinctly West Australian details with global design and hospitality experiences.

Specially commissioned sculptures, paintings, bespoke ceramics and glass works by renowned WA artists feature together with a focus on regional food producers, growers, brewers and vignerons throughout the hotel’s stylish line up of restaurants and bars to fly a local flag.

The Gallery Meeting Suites provide a reimagined environment for business gatherings, seminars and more intimate events in ways not seen before in Perth thanks to a dedicated floor of four light filled suites, a central lounge area, private al fresco terraces and display kitchen.

Adam McDonald, general manager of the new InterContinental Perth City Centre commented: “The InterContinental Hotel brand has been offering luxury travel for over 70 years, and we are looking forward to our guests experiencing the sophistication of the InterContinental life at the new InterContinental Perth City Centre.”

“We’re so proud to create a truly international hotel for Perth.”

“The details in our new hotel from the bespoke artwork, to the dynamic bars and restaurants and our signature Club InterContinental will impress, but it’s the welcoming service from our team, the local knowledge they’ll share and global etiquette they’ll extend that we’re most excited about,” he adds.

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