Caroline Clements

QT Melbourne

Melbourne, Australia

by: Caroline Clements

  • Why

    Indulgent chill-out session in our home city.

  • When

    February 2017

  • Who

    Me and @helloscruffalo

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Highs + Lows

  • The location here can’t be faulted. There’s no better place to stay as a visitor to Melbourne.

  • The food offering is impressive at QT Melbourne. There are four stand-alone venues here – Pascale Bar & Grill, Cakeshop, Rooftop Bar, Hot Sauce bar (Japanese-Korean street food).

  • QT Hotels are known for their eclectic taste and the interior styling here is a lot of fun. Taking inspiration from the hotel’s surroundings, a lot of thought has been put into all of the details offering a very cool, creative inner-city feel.

  • There is a rooftop garden but it’s not open to public.

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Important Bits

  • Type

    Contemporary boutique hotel with an eclectic, industrial-chic fit-out.

  • Vibe

    Sassy, fun, inner-city cool.

  • Location

    Super central, right in the heart of the CBD - the place to be.

  • Rooms

    188

  • Music

    French hip hop in the hallways, electronic disco in the elevators.

  • Year Opened

    2016

  • Designed By

    The building was designed by Sydney-based architect Angelo Candalepas. The rooms and public spaces were designed by interior designer Nic Graham and architect and designer Shelley Indyk.

  • Pool/Gym

    No pool but a small gym.

  • Restaurant

    An entire floor is dedicated to the hotel’s restaurant, Pascale. It’s headed by ex-Rockpool chef Paul Easson and is European in focus.

  • Bar

    Yes, two: a rooftop bar with grand city views, and a 30-seater Japanese-Korean laneway bar called Hot Sauce.

  • Minibar

    It's filled with quality spirits (such as Grey Goose vodka and West Winds gin), wine, snacks (rocky road, chocolate bars, chips) and a bottle of hot sauce.

  • Wifi

    Yes, it’s free.

  • Children

    Leave them at home.

  • Price

    Reasonably priced for a boutique designer hotel in the city.

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8 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Coffee in the bustling heart of downtown Melbourne.

Japanese / Korean bar.

Hot Sauce

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Japanese / Korean bar.

The knife shop.

Tanto

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The knife shop.

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QT Melbourne

133 Russell St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia

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