The newest addition to Perth’s five-star landscape has been unveiled
InterContinental Perth City Centre has just been unveiled, the sixth Australian property from the brand. Set on Hay Street in the central King Street Precinct, the hotel is walking distance from His Majesty’s Theatre, designer retailers, cafes, city parks and the Swan River ferry at Elizabeth Quay.
Guests have the option to stay in classic rooms, studios, or a penthouse suite, which all feature taupe, olive and bronze hues alongside city views. The hotel interiors have been outfitted with more than 300 specially commissioned sculptures, paintings, ceramics and glass works by 13 West Australian artists. On-site dining offerings include Graffiti, a food-truck concept eatery that serves up coffee, Portuguese custard tarts and other gourmet food-to-go from behind a graffiti-covered roller door designed by a local artist; outdoor tapas bar Heno & Rey; and Ascua, a ground floor restaurant that showcases the preparation of aged beef and other meats. On the first floor, The Loft Lounge serves fresh breakfast pastries as well as high tea in the afternoons, and a menu featuring InterContinental Worldly Classic cocktails.
Club InterContinental guests can access the exclusive facilities on the top floor, which include à la carte breakfast, all day refreshments, a high tea service in the afternoon, and canapés and drinks from sunset. The hotel’s concierge team specialises in giving guests an insider’s guide to the city, offering personal recommendations and securing hard-to-get tickets to exclusive events.
Rates start from A$343 per night for a Classic King room.