Oozing big city glamour from every nook and cranny, the QT Perth is a bit of a cutie. Reflective of its location, the QT Perth is installed with a playful mix of luxe textures and jewelled tones.
Wide corridors and jarrah floors are inspired by Perth’s grand heritage homes while verdant carpets represent our blooming wildflowers. Hues of the coral coast are splashed about with abandon as metal textures reflect our profitable iron-ore industry at the QT Perth.
Everything is considered, bold and memorable thanks to the design team including Nic Graham and Associates, who is synonymous with the QT Hotels and Resorts and responsible for the front of house interiors. Indyk Architects designed the guest rooms and apartment interiors and Patsy Payne created the artworks curated from metal. Abundant in creativity, I’m sure many guests leave inspired to be braver in their own home design choices.
All 184 rooms have an interchanging colour palette between the prosperous golds from our goldfields and luxurious greens and purples channelling our renowned wine industry. As you’d expect, the chic glamour flows into the bathrooms with freestanding baths and walk-in rain showers complemented by KEVIN.MURPHY products.
You can even hire out an entire floor and host a private party in the hallways exclusive to your guests for an unforgettable night.
Opened since August 2018, QT Perth is on the former CineCentre complex site and impresses a new chapter of functionality meets design in the heart of Perth. But this is more than just a place to stay, it’s a place to meet, work and play – even if you aren’t an overnight guest.
The hotel’s signature restaurant the Santini Grill won Best New Restaurant soon after opening and Restaurant of the Year in 2019 at the West Australian Good Food Guide Awards. Inspired by the Mediterranean and Italy, the ‘food of the sun’ menu was created by Executive Chef Nic Wood and offers premium produce such as White Rocks Veal, Black Berkshire Pork, Abrolhos Island Scallops and Yellow Fin Tuna.
For something more casual, the Santini Bar is great for delicious titbits while the QT Café is a popular meeting spot. Alternatively, the multi-purpose rooms most certainly seal the deal during meetings and events or create an intimate vibe – depending on who you’re trying to impress.
Perfect for year-round cocktails, exclusive events or High Tea, the Rooftop at QT is where you really appreciate that big city feel with Perth at your feet. As you arrive by lift, you’re greeted by a hand-painted mural designed to make you feel a little disorientated – pre-empting the effect of the cocktails you’re about to consume.
Speaking of feeling woozy, many swear the artworks in the lifts are moving images – but that’s probably attributed to the Pink Flamingo or experimental Jungle Bird cocktails. Either way, even if you arrive alone it’s more than likely you will have company on your next lift journey to discuss whether those artworks really are waving you farewell.
As the QT Perth takes many a guest away from the conventional style of formality, I’m declaring this sophisticated enclave as Perth’s most playful hotel.
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