If you're looking for a modern and centrally located hotel in Perth that's also dark, sophisticated, and slightly kooky, then QT Perth is the place to be! The hotel boasts a unique and quirky DNA that's evident in every corner, from the soul beats, fluorescent splashes, and snakeskin in the elevators to the black wallpaper featuring melting steel wildflowers. Experience the perfect blend of style and quirkiness at QT Perth.
QT Perth Location
QT Perth is a hotel that truly has it all, and its unbeatable location is just the icing on the cake. Step outside the sliding glass doors, and you're just a stone's throw away from Perth's twin shopping malls. Within a minute's walk, you can reach the historic State Buildings, which are home to a range of edgy drinking and dining establishments.
If you're looking to explore the city, you're in luck because it's only a 650-yard walk to both Elizabeth Quay, Perth's waterfront precinct, where you can catch a daily ferry to Rottnest Island, and Yagan Square, a pedestrian zone that fronts Northbridge and features small bars and local designers slotting into Chinatown. With its unbeatable location and luxurious amenities, QT Perth is the perfect choice for visitors to the city.
QT Perth Design
If you're looking for a high-rise design hotel that's bursting with personality, then look no further than QT Perth! The hotel boasts a jet black color scheme with Art Deco-meets-cinematic glamour accents in emerald green, crimson, deep purple, and gold, paying homage to the hotel's former site, where a cinema once stood.
From the lobby, which flows into a cavernous lounge filled with statement upholstery, cacti, and a small café serving strong coffee, to the glass cabinet filled with covetable finds that's curated as a boutique, every corner of QT Perth exudes a unique charm. Whether you're in need of a last-minute gift or simply looking to indulge in some retail therapy, our boutique has something for everyone.
QT Perth Facilities
QT Perth is known for its unique and quirky meet-and-greet staff, the 'Director of Chaos,' who flanks the entrance to welcome guests. These female staff members are fun, clad in black attire that's part Frank-N-Furter, and always ready to open doors, answer questions, and smooth out any wrinkles in your stay. The hotel is located in the heart of the city center, and while The QT Perth does not have a pool, sauna, or spa, they do have a well-equipped gym that features a wall-sized photograph of a car spinning its wheels in a cloud of pink dust. They also offer free classes at the nearby Heartbeat High Pilates studio, allowing the guests to stay fit and active during their stay.
QT Perth Rooms
For travelers looking for spacious and comfortable standard rooms in Perth, QT Perth is an excellent choice. These rooms feature local jarrah floorboards that meet huge windows and an incredibly comfortable bed with a headboard of large velvet columns. Bedside lamps are reinterpreted as a sleek and shiny polished brass canister on one side and a crushed glass sphere on the other, adding a touch of style to your stay. The minibar unit is another highlight, glowing bubblegum pink and featuring a pod coffee machine for your convenience.
The black marble bathroom comes with either an egg-shaped tub or a roomy double shower, equipped with luxurious Malin+Goetz toiletries and black hooded robes. However, the distant mirror and low lighting in the bathroom may create a challenge for makeup application. QT Perth features a total of 184 rooms, and we recommend choosing a room high up and on the south side to enjoy stunning river glimpses and city center views.
QT Perth Dining
Santini, the flagship restaurant at QT Perth, is known as one of the best Italian restaurants in Perth, and getting a booking can be challenging. In-house guests are even advised to reserve a table for breakfast to avoid disappointment. At night, the open kitchen sends out polished modern Italian fare, including tuna belly crostini and duck bolognese with crackling and handmade pasta. Large terracotta dome lights cascade along a long royal-blue bench seat beneath a ceiling of tapestry-like clouds, creating a unique and sophisticated ambiance. For breakfast, guests can enjoy a grazing table of pastries, granola, salumi, cheeses, fresh fruits, and local breads, or opt for the generous scrambled eggs dressed with goat cheese.
Across the hall, the bar with black walls and a gold bullion-like bar serves excellent Negronis and has a small but punchy menu that works well for a full meal. Up on level 18, the buzzing rooftop bar serves polished snacks, including pork belly bricks and lightly fried squid, making it the perfect spot to enjoy drinks and bites while taking in stunning city views. Book your table at Santini or visit the bar for a night out during your stay at QT Perth.
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