QT Falls Creek exterior

With the threat of cool, clear nights in the lead up to the Victorian ski season, the snowmaking facilities are looking promising for a decent covering at the opening weekend of the season at QT Falls Creek.

Sitting snugly at the base of the main ski run, QT Falls Creek boasts uninterrupted views that are taken in from the sixty-three one, two, three and four bedroom luxury lodge apartments.

“With very distinctive design this luxury 63 apartment ski lodge is the perfect sister to our other QT Hotels and Resorts across Australia,” said AHL Group Managing Director, David Seargeant.

“The QT brand is part of a global trend of design led lifestyle Hotels that provide high energy innovative restaurants and bars in a boutique highly stylised design.

“We really enjoyed bringing our signature concept and experience to the snow last season and are looking forward to what this season brings,” Seargeant said.

QT Falls Creek hot tub

With modern interiors, under floor heating, open plan living areas, a European laundry and drying cupboard and hot tubs on most apartment balconies, the quirky QT style is omnipresent in every room.

When guests aren’t tearing up the mountain, they can be fully indulged in the party at the hotel, with the Nic Graham designed, signature interactive marketplace Bazaar, the hip cocktail bar Stingray Lounge and the lush, ski-inspired spa experiences at spaQ. The Rolls-Royce of hotdog stands, The Kran-Ski will be back as will the event spaces catering up to 150 people.

QT Falls Creek Bazaar

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management