Courtyard by Marriott hotel debuts in Perth

Marriott International has unveiled its fifth hotel in Western Australia, with Courtyard by Marriott Perth, Murdoch opening its doors.

Located in the south Perth suburb of Murdoch – 10 minutes from the CBD and 25 minutes from Perth International Airport – the hotel has been developed in partnership with Western Australian property developer Hesperia.

“Courtyard by Marriott Perth, Murdoch marks the brand’s first hotel in Western Australia as part our ambitious expansion strategy,” says Diana Plazas-Trowbridge, senior vice president and global brand leader for Marriott Select brands.

“We are excited to continue opening hotels in significant urban growth corridors, and the Murdoch Health and Knowledge precinct being Western Australia’s newest healthcare and commercial district is an ideal fit for Courtyard by Marriott, allowing the hotel to appeal to a broad range of leisure and business travellers.”

The hotel features 150 guest rooms; meeting and conference spaces; a 24-hour fitness centre; and all-day contemporary dining venue Substance Restaurant & Bar.

Its Dampiera Library is a bespoke space geared for small corporate groups and conferences, featuring a modern pre-function area, and a meeting room with floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony, which can accommodate up to 40 guests in a cocktail set-up.

“Each facility in the hotel is aimed at creating an environment where great things can happen, enabling our guests to focus on productivity or simply relax,” says Courtyard by Marriott Perth, Murdoch general manager James Illing.

“Connecting travellers through comfortable and innovative spaces, intuitive service and a commitment to personal fulfilment is at the foundation of what we offer at Courtyard by Marriott Perth, Murdoch. We look forward to welcoming guests to experience this.”

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