Perfectly groomed and immaculately accessorised QT Melbourne shimmers within the high-end fashion district of Australia’s most creatively charged city offering a new way to experience a design-led hotel. Inspired by the 1920’s rag traders from which the local ‘Paris end’ of Melbourne draws much of its flair and flavour, the hotel brings a chic new designer landmark to the city’s cultural heartland through its 188 guest rooms and newly inspired drinking and dining establishments.
QT Melbourne is a destination for not only hotel guests, but locals through its dynamic food and drink experiences, including: The Cake Shop in the hotel’s lobby; the signature Euro-bistro inspired Pascale Bar & Grill; the edgy laneway bar, Hot Sauce and adjoining Tanto, a high-end Japanese knife store; and The Rooftop at QT, with sweeping views of Melbourne’s city skyline.
QT Melbourne joins an acclaimed family of Australian designer hotels, building on a global reputation for bold interiors and luxury but quirky hospitality. Spotlighting a range of unique design and art collaborators, the family of properties include QT Gold Coast, QT Port Douglas, the flagships of QT Melbourne and QT Sydney, QT Falls Creek, QT Canberra and QT Bondi.
Adding to its portfolio of stunning boutique hotels and resorts, QT is set for expansion with new properties to open in the next year, including QT Museum Wellington and QT Queenstown in New Zealand – marking QT’s first international properties, with plans for QT Perth currently underway.