Minor Hotels broadens its Australian presence, launching the first Oaks Hotels property in Perth’s bustling CBD, perfectly positioned for business and leisure travelers.
Minor Hotels, a rapidly expanding global hotel conglomerate, is strengthening its foothold in Western Australia by inaugurating its premier Oaks Hotels, Resorts and Suites establishment, named Oaks Perth Hotel.
Scheduled to commence operations under the Oaks Hotels banner on 18 August, this strategic acquisition boasts 190 rooms, nestled in the heart of Perth’s dynamic CBD. It stands conveniently proximate to premier dining spots, Yagan Square transport hub, Elizabeth Quay, RAC Arena, and Barrack Jetty – the gateway to the picturesque Rottnest Island.
The hotel offers guests an array of sizable self-sustained studio choices, all outfitted with fully-furnished kitchenettes, ample workstations, Foxtel TV, and some even proffering sweeping views of Perth’s skyline.
Guests can indulge in the Oak & Vine restaurant, with a seating capacity for 45, providing breakfast, dinner, and room service options. The establishment also presents two adaptable conference and event rooms, spanning 240sqm when unified. These venues can be customized to accommodate up to 90 guests in a banquet setting, 120 for cocktails, or 60 in a theatre arrangement, complete with state-of-the-art AV tools.
Craig Hooley, Chief Operating Officer for Minor Hotels Australia and New Zealand, expressed, “We are excited to introduce our Oaks brand to the Perth market to cater for both business travellers and increasing tourist numbers, and to expand our property footprint to the Australian West Coast. Perth is a vibrant city with a raft of major events on its calendar, and Oaks Perth Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of all the action.”
This fresh addition swells the Oaks’ portfolio, now totaling 54 establishments across Australia.
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