QT Hotels & Resorts has offered the first preview of the highly-anticipated QT Newcastle – the designer hotel collection’s first regional hotel.
QT Newcastle is housed within the heritage-listed, 113-year-old David Jones building on Hunter Mall. Designed with new beginnings and renewal at the forefront, every touchpoint soaks up the region’s majestic sand to sky. With 104 guest rooms and suites, public areas and private function spaces, the hotel will also boast a yet-to-be revealed signature dining concept and a rooftop bar.
Development group, Iris Capital, have injected $700-million on the reinvigoration of the East End, with the hotel leading the charge. Newcastle has been undergoing rapid growth, seen in the CBD with the Museum Place Civic Link, Foreshore Precinct and West End developments. QT Newcastle will form part of the city’s future as a place for cutting-edge innovation, boasting the charm of a culture-rich city with the attraction of a regional, beachside town.
“We look, forward to being a part of Newcastle’s resurgence, and welcoming the community as a part of ours,” said Callum Kennedy, Group GM, QT Hotels & Resorts. “QT Newcastle will live and breathe with the same energy and vibrancy guests love from the world of QT. The hotel will be championed by QT’s luxurious quirk from design to signature service. It will be unlike anything the local hotel market has seen before.”
QT Newcastle is accepting reservations from the general public starting 2 May 2022.
QT Hotels & Resorts’ family of properties includes QT Sydney, QT Melbourne, QT Gold Coast, QT Perth, QT Canberra, QT Bondi, QT Wellington, QT Queenstown and QT Auckland, with QT Newcastle scheduled to open in 2022, followed by QT Parramatta, and QT Adelaide.
Lead image: QT Corner Suite King, QT Newcastle