The Aloft Perth Is Now Open

by Zac George

When new hotels open it’s always an exciting time, especially if they’re chain hotels that are opening in a country that lacks hotels. In Australia, we have a lack of chain hotels but that is gradually improving and we will have 10 more Starwood properties that will be opening hopefully by next year but the times aren’t guaranteed.

The latest Starwood property to open in Australia opened in Western Australia at the end of last week. The Aloft Perth is special because it’s also the first ever Aloft brand to open in Australia.

Aloft Perth

The category 3 property has 224 rooms ranging from basic rooms to suites. Each room has complimentary wifi, a 43-inch TV screen and amenities by Bliss Spa.

Here are the types of rooms the hotel has:

  • Aloft King – which is 36m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Aloft Twin – which is 36m, squared, has 2 twin beds and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Aloft King Courtyard – which is 33m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Aloft King Large – which is 49m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people
  • Urban King – which is 36m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Breezy King – which is 36m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Breezy Corner King – which is 36m squared, has a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.
  • Savvy Suites – which are 69m squared, have a king bed and can sleep up to 3 people.

Aloft Perth Corner King

The hotel also has a large range of bars and lounge types of venues. The property also includes a 24-hour gym and a splash pool.

Aloft Perth Rooftop Terrace

Rates are ranging from around $133 AUD upwards which for the Australian hotel scene are quite good. If you’re wanting to redeem points for the property, free nights will cost you 7000 SPG points a night and points + cash rates are 3,500 points plus $55 USD.

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3 comments

Lucy May 29, 2017 - 8:35 am

You need to correct this article though. After the merger the company name is Marriott International and not Starwood anymore.

Zac George May 29, 2017 - 8:38 am

I’m fully aware of the merger but until that is completely done and there’s no Starwood name, I’ll be calling them Starwood properties 😉

Manny @ FlightHacks May 30, 2017 - 1:07 am

Hi Zac, so good to finally have a second SPG property in Perth! Third one is on the way with Westin (which looks pretty good!) and set to open early 2018. I was at the Aloft Perth launch party and wrote an extensive review of my stay. I hope you don’t mind me posting a link to it here? Feel free to use any of the content in addition to your blog post 🙂

You can check out my full Aloft Perth review here.

Keep up the good work, you’re killing it at the moment!

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