The most exclusive suite at the Westin Perth Hotel, the Executive Suite is a cut above the rest for the local market.
Ideally suited for the big end of town, including CEOs, Chairmen, government executives and their teams, the suite is as expansive as you could hope for with 152 square meters of space.
The Executive Suite is ideal for short to medium term and possibly even long-term stays, with a fully equipped hotel room designed for long meetings or intense overnight stays.
The Westin Hotel Executive Suite is a master room for comfort, delicate decor, contemporary style and sophisticated design.
Located on the top floors of the Westin Hotel Perth, these suites are likely to be popular with visiting resource industry executives and senior figures in other realms of the business world.
The rooms are also perfect for weekend staycations, or those looking to host guests who may be sleeping in other hotel rooms of the hotel.
The dining room includes a long, marble infused table that fits an entourage of ten. The space also includes a massive mini-bar and fridge, as well as cabinet space, nespresso machine, full dining set and drinks glasses.
Kitchen and Pantry
With a large, tucked away kitchen, that includes a large fridge, oven, electric stovetop and all the utensils you would need to cook a feast for a large group.
Between the kitchen and the dining space is the executive study, including a resolute desk with exec work chair and room for underlings to sit across.
The study can be separated from the living space by rolling doors that form a wall.
In the living space, two large sofas that would fit about the same number of people as the dining table, with a large coffee table and massive LED TV.
The room is a vast space, with high ceilings and floor to ceiling window that looks out for miles into the distance. A full moon rose in the east in the late evening, with the lights off it was a beautiful and romantic moment.
Furnished with a comfortable king sized bed and high-end linen, the bedroom also comes with a small lounge chair and sitting space between between the bathroom tub and bedroom, with a automatic door to separate.
The bathroom is expansive, with a large soaking bath, double vanity and a massive shower with both rainshow head and run of the mill options. There’s even a space to sit or to lay our clothes.
While many bathroom designs include a toilet, this one has that part tucked away and out of site, between the cloth draws, handing space and shoe racks, you’ll find a discreet door that opens to that space.
You can also find another bathroom for non-sleeping guests near the main entrance.
The views are breathtaking, you’ll get a 180 degree view either west or east and north to south, depending on which side of the hotel you may be staying.
The room also has access to the executive suite, however we were not able to go there on this visit.
The hotel itself is in strong competition with Crown Towers and Como the Treasury Hotel in the ultra luxury hotel market for Perth.
The Westin is clean, crisp, adorned with Western Australian inspired artwork and archetecture, as well as great service and fantastic food and beverage offerings.
The hotel gym, pool, sauna and day spa are also hard to find fault with. We look forward to our next stay.
Video: Westin Perth Executive Suite walk through