Marriott International’s new-build Aloft Perth is now accepting bookings for reservations from 26 May 2017 onwards.
Aloft Perth General Manager, Stephen Morahan, said guests can be the first to enjoy this new hotel experience by pre-booking via the website.
“We can’t wait to welcome our first guests to experience the Aloft brand in Australia,” he said.
“We are delivering a new urban inspired offering designed for global travellers who love open spaces, open thinking and open expression, with style and connectivity at the forefront of everything we do.
“The hotel is a modern style that is different by design, with distinct local influences throughout, from the art on the walls to the furniture in the rooms, and food in the restaurant,” Morahan said.
Aloft Perth has 224 sleek and colourful guestrooms that include plush beds, airy ceilings, 55-inch televisions, walk in rainfall showers and more. Guests will enjoy access to the restaurant, have the option to revitalise in Re:charge gym, refresh in the Splash swimming pool, mix and mingle in the Re:mix lounge and W XYZ bar.
Aloft guests enjoy an ‘always on’ experience, so will be able to make use of the free and fast wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access. The hotel also has a range of ‘Tactic’ meeting rooms equipped with state-of-the-art A/V for locals and guests to spark great ideas.
Activities in this high-energy work zone can be matched by functions in the Rooftop ballroom and outdoor terrace, Perth’s highest function venue for 300 people with unique, never-seen-before, views from the 15th floor westward across the Central Business District and Swan River.
Aloft Perth’s introduction to the market will also have a positive impact on the Perth job market, with 80 new hires forecasted prior to launch.
“Aloft Perth is recruiting a range of roles, from sales and marketing through to hospitality,” he said. “We are forming a dynamic team who will deliver a new hotel experience in Western Australia that looks after international leisure and business travellers, people visiting from interstate or locals looking for the ultimate hotel staycation.”