InterContinental Perth City Centre opens in the King Street Precinct on October 15 with lots of lovely art on display. We hear the 16-story hotel will have works commissioned from leading local painters, ceramicists, glassblowers and sculptors.
Nice Touch: For a literal taste of Perth, the minibars are stocked with local wines and craft beers. Rooms also have smart TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi and 24/7 room service. The crème de la crème is The Penthouse, with a dining area, walk-in wardrobe, and 180-degree views of the city. Suite guests get Club InterContinental benefits, including à la carte breakfast, all-day refreshments, Afternoon Tea service and drinks during the evening.
Diningwise, Heno & Ray has a tapas bar; Ascua (Spanish for “ember”) has a grill theme and in-house sommelier; The Loft Lounge serves coffee and fresh pastries; and the eclectic Graffiti is “where food truck meets hole-in-the-wall diner.”
Across the street from the hotel is His Majesty’s Theatre, home to the West Australian Opera, Ballet and other cultural events. Down the block, luxury shoppers will find Tiffany & Co., Chanel, Gucci, Kookai, an Australian-owned women’s fashion label, and Kailis Pearls, which started in northwest Australia.
Leading the hotel will be General Manager Adam McDonald, a former resident manager at InterContinental Sydney.
Reservations are now being taken for InterContinental Perth City Centre. Reach out to Chloe Harris ([email protected]), business development manager, for VIP requests.