The Ascott Limited has launched its second Citadines Apart’hotel in Australia with the opening of the new Citadines St Georges Terrace Perth.
Formerly the Somerset St Georges Terrace Perth, the property underwent a $5.1 million, five-month refurbishment. Located in the heart of Perth’s business district, the hotel is within walking distance of art galleries, restaurants, bars, department stores and boutiques in the Murray Street and Hay Street Malls.
A collection of contemporary pieces by local artists Nick Stratham and Kyle Hughes are featured in the lobby and apartments while the designers have used a dark grey base with pops of crimson or yellow to bring contemporary chic into the property’s 85 studio and one-bedroom apartments. Each apartment is equipped with modern amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi, a home entertainment system with DVD player and flat-screen television with cable channels.
“Bringing Citadines to Perth will enable us to strengthen our foothold in the city as demand for serviced residences remains strong from the resource and mining sectors,” said Mr Kenneth Rogers, Ascott’s Regional General Manager for Australia and Indonesia.
Ascott also operates Citadines on Bourke and Somerset on Elizabeth in Melbourne and Somerset on the Pier and Somerset on Salamanca in Hobart.