The design-led Aloft Perth Hotel opens as the first Aloft hotel in Australia. Aloft Perth is the new urban-inspired gathering place for tech-savvy Next Gen travelers and locals. Aloft Perth is located alongside the Swan River and on the doorstep of Perth Central Business District.
Each of the 224 guestrooms feature Aloft’s ultra-comfortable plush beds, custom amenities by Bliss® Spa, fast & free Wi-Fi and 55-inch televisions linked to a Plug & Play connectivity panel.
The lively social spaces at Aloft Perth encourage interactivity amongst guests. The brand’s WXYZ® bar, with live music ranging from acoustic sets by local artists to DJ mixes, showcases specialty craft cocktails, an extensive wine and beer list and light bites. The Re:mix (sm) lounge and W XYZ bar is always abuzz with energy as guests and locals meet, mix & mingle or take a dip in Splash pool. For those on the go, Re:fuelSM by Aloft, Aloft’s signature 24/7 grab and go market, provides light meals, mix-and-match munchies, healthy bites, beverages and more.
The hotel’s signature restaurant, Springs Kitchen, offers contemporary cuisine with urban sophistication, with dishes including local, fresh produce to create homemade specialties. Springs Kitchen even boasts a pet-friendly terrace, with water bowls and special treats for furry friends, encouraging neighborhood residents and travelers with pets to drop by for a coffee, snack or meal – day or night – accompanied by their four-legged friends.
Business travelers can brainstorm buzz-worthy ideas and host innovative meetings at the 924sqm of Tactic meeting rooms; suitable for small-scale meetings to large-scale conferences with the capacity for 300 people. The Mezzanine level is perfect for one-on-one meetings, workshops or smaller events. Aloft Perth also features a rooftop ballroom with an expansive open-air terrace opening out onto panoramic views across the Swan River toward Perth Central Business District and the Indian Ocean.
Outside the hotel, the modern city of Perth awaits exploration. Nearby highlights include the Perth Central Business District and Northbridge nightlife and entertainment districts. For a history lesson, head to Fremantle, a maze of streets lined with 19th century Victorian-era architecture that has been adapted into charming cafes and boutiques stocked with local goods. Day trips by boat take visitors to Rottnest Island, home of the unique marsupial, Quokka, or by car to the nearby and very popular Swan Valley vineyards.
Further afield, travelers seek out the world-famous wineries and beaches of the Margaret River, the Ningaloo coral reefs and whale sharks at Exmouth, or the endless beaches and unique pearling culture of Broome, gateway to the Kimberley region, one of the world’s last unspoiled wilderness areas.