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The Richardson in Perth joins Preferred Boutique

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Preferred Boutique has signed up its first member in Western Australia - The Richardson Hotel & Spa in Perth which has joined under Preferred's Design category.

Designed by London architect, Sir Terry Farrell, The Richardson is centrally located in West Perth, within walking distance of the business district, Perth Convention Centre, stylish Subiaco, and King's Park Botanical Gardens.

Voted The Best Luxury Hotel in Australia (under 100 rooms) in The Australian Travel & Tourism Awards 2008, the 74 guestrooms and suites provide wonderful views of Perth city and surrounding gardens.

 Rich textured contemporary decor creates a stylish interior with a strong sense of mood, luxury, and intimacy. The plush room furnishings blend rich golden colours with beiges and beech wood. Most offer balconies. Each guestroom features an LCD television, CD and DVD players, broadband Internet, Nespresso coffee machine, and a pillow menu with six choices.

One whole floor is dedicated to The Spa which houses Australia's first ESPA, offering luxurious treatments and products in serene surroundings.

Leisure facilities also include an indoor heated pool, with access to an outdoor garden and sun lounges, and a gym. There are two restaurants and a cocktail bar, including one of Perth's premier fine dining venues, Opus.

"I am delighted that we are now a Preferred Boutique member and I am sure our membership will result in greater awareness and bring increased visitors to our hotel and the beautiful city of Perth," said Joe Oxley, Managing Director of The Richardson Hotel & Spa.

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