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The Ritz-Carlton, Perth set to open its doors in November

The Ritz-Carlton, Perth set to open its doors in November

Located on the banks of the Swan River, the hotel is set to become a dining and leisure hotspot in Perth.

The Ritz-Carlton, Perth, one of the country’s most anticipated hotel openings, is set to open its doors on 15 November 2019.

Perth has seen unprecedented growth in recent years with the completion of Optus Stadium and Yagan Square. The hotel’s unique location at The Elizabeth Quay precinct, which connects the heart of the city to the Swan River, will create a social hotspot for the city’s booming tourism industry and dining scene.

The Ritz-Carlton, Perth will offer 205 rooms including 18 magnificent suites, with the most opulent offering being the 277-square-metre signature Ritz-Carlton Suite, which will feature an outdoor balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows providing sweeping views of the city and Swan River.

Indulge, relax and explore

A hotel within a hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Club, located on the sixth floor, will boast an exclusive concierge, delectable food and an outdoor alfresco area with panoramic views across the Swan River.

Led by a celebrated local Executive Chef, the hotel’s signature restaurant will spotlight the flavours, producers and winemakers unique to the region. Enjoying stunning views of the Swan River, the rooftop bar will serve up curated cocktails and delicious bites to enjoy while sitting back and taking in the city’s incredible sunsets.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa will host four decadent treatment rooms, heated outdoor infinity pool, saunas and private yoga studio as well as two outdoor heated vitality pools with massage jets.

Located at 1 Barrack Street, on the banks of the Swan River, the hotel is a stone’s throw from popular Perth attractions including Kings Park and The Bell Tower. The Ritz-Carlton, Perth will also offer an array of immersive local experiences from seaplane tours to Margaret River to a twilight cruise across the Swan River.

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