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11 DECEMBER 2017
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Western Australia’s boom capital has added another luxury hotel to its portfolio with the opening of InterContinental Perth City Centre, set among the theatres, cafés and upmarket boutiques of the trendy King Street Precinct.
The hotel’s 240 rooms, studios and penthouse have been designed to have a residential feel with views over Perth’s cityscape, while the hotel also features specially-commissioned sculptures, paintings, ceramics and glassworks by Western Australia artists.
The hotel is 7mi from Perth International Airport and just 550yd from the city’s convention and exhibition centre and offers a stylish line-up of restaurants and bars focusing on regional food producers, growers, brewers and wine-makers.
Rooms feature flat-screen TVs with cable channels and iPod docking stations also available, along with private bathrooms with showers, bathrobes and slippers.
There is a 24hr front desk plus a business centre and four meeting rooms.
Previously managed under the Rydges label, the Intercontinental Perth City Centre is the brand’s sixth hotel in Australia, joining properties in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast.
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