Friday, September 21, 2018

Qantas names InterContinental best in Australia

A Perth hotel has been named the Best New Business Hotel in Australia.

InterContinental Perth City Centre was crowned at the Qantas Business Travel Awards in Sydney last week.

A panel of four judges consisting of Qantas Spirit magazine editor Kirsten Galliott, chef Neil Perry, Glen Schlehuber of Tiffany and Co. and Camen Pavlovic from Global Creatures, decided on the final list of winners.

The hotel was nominated in two categories including Best Club Lounge.

“We are delighted to have won this prestigious award in such a key category, less than a year from opening in October 2017,” said general manager Adam McDonald.

InterContinental Perth City Centre offers 240 rooms and four restaurant and bar venues, including the street-side Spanish tapas bar Heno & Rey.

It also boasts the 16th floor Club InterContinental alongside private event spaces, a business centre and fitness centre.

The Hay Street hotel is within the city’s King Street precinct and is the only hotel in Perth to offer a dedicated door ambassador to welcome and farewell its guests.

InterContinental Perth City Centre is one of six InterContinental hotels in the Australia and New Zealand stable.




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