Parmelia Hilton's new-look grand lobby.

Western Australia’s Parmelia Hilton Perth will reopen in February following a major 10-month renovation and refurbishment which has been completed both to the hotel and its surrounding public infrastructure.

Works completed at the hotel have included in addition of 32 new rooms and the addition of an Executive Lounge for eligible guests to unwind or relax prior to their onward journey. The hotel’s lobby has been completely reimagined, with interior designers opting for a selection of locally inspired artworks reflective of the coastal landscape and city’s cultural heritage.

One of the 32 new King Executive rooms now available at Parmelia Hilton Perth.

Builders have also installed direct access from the hotel through to Brookfield Place – an adjacent shopping and dining precinct.

Technology has been significantly upgraded as part of the renovation with Hilton’s Digital Key systems being fully fitted at Parmelia Hilton Perth, allowing for contactless check-in and room access. The hotel has also aligned with the brand’s Hilton CleanStay Program and EventReady program of hygiene, cleanliness and disinfection, with rooms to be sealed to show guests it has not been accessed since being cleaned. Flexible housekeeping options and new disinfection technology has also been rolled out at the property.

The hotel is now fully equipped with touchless technology as part of a COVIDsafe experience.

Hilton Vice President Australasia, Heidi Kunkel, said the new-look Parmelia Hilton Perth is now the city’s best connected hotel.

“The creation of a thoroughfare to Brookfield Place will directly connect guests to the heart of the CBD, plus with the introduction of Hilton innovations such as Digital Key and Hilton CleanStay, it will set a new standard for Perth hotel stays,” Kunkel said.