QT Melbourne has been awarded Australian hotel of the year

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A stunningly designed, quirky Melbourne hotel has been awarded Australian Hotel of the Year at the inaugural Australian Travel Awards.

QT Melbourne was hailed for its commitment to delivering the highest level of service and, along with its striking façade, stunning interior and 188 unique guest rooms, made it a clear choice for the top award.

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, QT Melbourne’s industrial-inspired interior design is complemented by a world-class video art collection on display throughout the hotel’s public spaces, to create the quirky culture for which the QT brand is known.

QT Melbourne is surrounded by and infused with a series of restaurants, bars and shops, including The Cake Shop, the signature one-hat restaurant, Pascale Bar & Grill; a Japanese knife shop, and The Rooftop at QT which overlooks Melbourne’s city skyline.

“[QT Melbourne is] an artisan playground in which lovers of the high life come to satisfy your thirst for all things eccentric and innovative, and where the expectations of modern travellers are redefined through the thread of sophisticated stimulation woven into your stay in Melbourne’s new muse,” says the hotel website.

You just have to look at these pics to see that QT Melbourne is a well-deserving winner.

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Written by Leon Della Bosca

Leon Della Bosca is a voracious reader who loves words. You'll often find him spending time in galleries, writing, designing, painting, drawing, or photographing and documenting street art. He has a publishing and graphic design background and loves movies and music, but then, who doesn’t?



Total Comments: 7
  1. 0

    And how much does it cost to stay there? I think the average person could not afford it.

  2. 0

    Don’t you just love the bath in the bedrooms, NOT!

  3. 0

    My friend and I stayed at this hotel in 2017 and cant rate it high enough! From the staff greeting us at the front door to the front desk checking us in everything was first class. Our room was massive and the bathroom was unique. The rooftop bar was great. Would definitely stay here again. Could not fault anything during our stay.



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