InterContinental will open a brand new luxury hotel in Perth on October 15. The InterContinental Perth City Centre will bring 240 sumptuously designed rooms, studios and suites to the capital of Western Australia.
Set within ‘The King Street Precinct’, a luxury shopping centre in Perth’s cosmopolitan West End, the InterContinental Perth City Centre will welcome guests with layers of stylish design details, such as sandstone walled lobby spaces, sweeping sculptural statements, dramatic lighting, glass-encased stairwells and elegant furnishings.
The 16-storey hotel will also house a sophisticated Club InterContinental Lounge and a collection of new dining and bar options.
Designed by Woods Bagot, the InterContinental Perth City Centre is sure to be a draw to art-lovers with its extensive art collection that will be displayed throughout the hotel’s public spaces as well as in each guest room. Many of the works were commissioned especially for the new hotel from leading West Australian painters, ceramicists, glassblowers and sculptors.
Rooms take on a luxurious residential feel, with categories such as ‘classic’, ‘city view’ or the more generous ‘executive’ studios and suites. Each offers an elegant light-filled space and features amenities like luxe toiletries; a generously stocked mini bar featuring local wines and boutique brews; smart TV’s; and complimentary WiFi.
Staying in a Club InterContinental rooms for exclusive access to the Club InterContinental Lounge – a quiet sanctuary on the hotel’s top floor that serves a daily a la carte breakfast, all day refreshments, afternoon tea, evening canapés and drinks, all accompanied by sparkling city views.
The new InterContinental Perth City Centre’s restaurant and bar offerings – with interiors from EDG Design – include Heno & Rey, a slickly reinterpreted tapas bar; Ascua (Spanish for ‘ember’), a dramatic ground floor classic grill restaurant space with open kitchen; and The Loft Lounge, which will tempt guests with coffee and freshly baked pastries.
“The hotel will certainly be stylish,” says Adam McDonald, General Manager of the new hotel. “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.
“We can’t wait to create a truly international hotel for Perth that brings global etiquette to travelling for business or pleasure.”