Ritz-Carlton, one of the most luxurious brands
in hospitality, has returned to Australia and in doing so opened
its 100th property globally.
Part of the landmark development at Elizabeth
Quay on the edge of the Swan River, The Ritz-Carlton,
easy access to the city’s most iconic destinations, including
Kings Park and The Bell Tower.
Guests can enjoy a bike ride to the
famous Blue Boatshed at Crawley Edge, go foraging with one of the
hotel’s chefs, or enjoy a luxury picnic. The more adventurous can
explore Margaret River by seaplane, journey across to Rottnest
Island or discover the wealth of culinary options in Swan Valley.
“We are very excited to bring the legendary
service and exceptional luxury of The Ritz-Carlton brand back to
Australia,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader, The
Ritz-Carlton. “Perth as a destination has so much to offer the
luxury traveler, from its stunning landscapes to its superior
produce and wine. Our ladies and gentlemen at The Ritz-Carlton,
Perth are looking forward to providing guests with enriching
experiences that are deeply engrained in the local culture and
destination and which will create unforgettable memories.”
The hotel offers 205
guestrooms including 19 suites, which feature sweeping city and
Swan River views.
For the ultimate in sleeping comfort, the rooms
boast Frette bedlinens and bath amenities by iconic British luxury
A 277-sqm signature Ritz-Carlton Suite
is the epitome of luxury living, offering separate sleeping,
living and entertainment areas where floor-to-ceiling windows
fill the space with natural light.
The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge features mixology demonstrations, five culinary presentations
per day, as well as personalized excursions and journeys of
wellbeing. The club also features an outdoor alfresco terrace.
The hotel also features a variety of F&B
outlets, a spa, fitness centre, yoga studio and 2,000-sqm of conference
and event space.
“We are thrilled for the opening of The
Ritz-Carlton, Perth, and are very pleased to see the continued
expansion of our portfolio of luxury brands in Australia,” said
Victor Clavell, Area Vice President Luxury Asia Pacific excluding
China, Marriott International. “Affluent Australian and
international tourists traveling to Western Australia are
increasingly seeking enriching experiences, and this opening
reflects our continued commitment to provide those travelers with
opportunities to explore destinations like Perth.”