New-build DoubleTree by Hilton Perth opens on the waterfront

The new CBD hotel boasts ones of the most impressive views in town.

With views to rival the rest, DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront is ready to open its doors in the WA capital.

The new-build property will welcome its first guests on 15 December 2020, offering waterfront accommodation in the Elizabeth Quay precinct.

Featuring 229 rooms, the hotel spans 18 floors and offers full 360-degree views of Swan River and the surrounding city.

DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront
King deluxe room

Events & dining

Event organisers have five meeting rooms to choose from, including three water-facing venues.

In total, there’s more than 400 square metres of event space on offer, while the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre is less than a 15-minute walk away.

Leading the food and beverage direction is head chef Mohammed Musaddiq, who brings his passion for local and sustainable produce to the hotel’s two food and beverage venues, Reel Kitchen and 18 Knots.

Since calling Australia home in 2006, Musaddiq has lived and worked in all Australian states and territories and was one of the first chefs in Australia to make the signature DoubleTree Cookie when the Alice Springs property opened in 2013.

Modern bathroom

Reel Kitchen will focus on fresh seasonal produce and Western Australian seafood cooked in front of guests with its open kitchen. Located on the level 18 rooftop, 18 Knots will serve up local seafood, burgers and salads, rooftop bites and share plates.

“I am excited to work closely with local farmers here in WA to bring my vision to reality,” said Musaddiq.

“I want to showcase the importance of understanding life cycles within the food chain and to promote sustainable practises, whilst supporting local businesses.”

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