Nesuto Curtin features 60 self-contained apartments.

Serviced apartment brand Nesuto will open its 10th Australian property later this year, after the brand announced it will begin welcoming guests in November to Nesuto Curtin Hotel Perth.

The brand’s new location is situated in a mixed-use development within the Exchange precinct at Curtin University in the Western Australia capital. The new precinct is part of an AUD$300 million redevelopment of the university campus in the suburb of Bentley in Perth’s south-east.

The hotel, and the surrounding university, forms part of Technology Park Bentley – a collective of more than 100 businesses which make up Australia’s second largest technology park, behind the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.

Nesuto Curtin Hotel Perth will be a five-storey property featuring 60 guest rooms and suites, of which five will be interconnecting accessible rooms, while five others will be configured as two-bedroom apartments for larger groups or families. Each suite is designed to be self-contained, with private balconies, separate bath and shower, microwave and toaster, set amidst contemporary soft furnishings and Indigenous Australia artworks.

Nesuto Curtin’s opening team, consisting of Dave Jaeschke, Dilshad Khan and Sari Lawidjaja.

Guest facilities will include a breakfast lounge, flexible conference and meeting space and a rooftop terrace for social events. Designs for the new Nesuto have been overseen by Six Degrees Architects.

The hotel will be led by Gail Deary as WA Area General Manager, with Dave Jaeschke as Hotel Manager, as part of a team announced in June.

“We have been working on this exciting new hotel since its inception with Curtin University back in 2017,” said Daiwa Living Nesuto CEO, Mark Ronfeldt.

“We are also very proud to announce the 10th property into the Australian Nesuto portfolio.”