Two firms combine for Holiday Inn Perth City Centre’s $25M redevelopment

The redevelopment project was directed by JAXON Construction, with architectural services provided by Bollig Design Group.

Holiday Inn Perth City Centre has reopened in Western Australia following a $25 million refurbishment.

Managed by InterContinental Hotels Group, the hotel is owned by George Atzemis and Con Berbatis. The redevelopment project was directed by JAXON Construction, with architectural services provided by Bollig Design Group.

Work on the Holiday Inn Perth City Centre—which originally opened in the late 1970s—started in January 2015, and the reopening marked the conclusion of the 18-month redevelopment program. The project updated the  ground floor lobby, façade and canopy, and refreshed 181 guestrooms and added five more to the total room count. There is also a new restaurant and bar, Ivy & Jack.

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A total of $850,000 was spent on a purpose-built canopy that extends over the car bays in front of the hotel. All seven conference rooms were similarly refurbished.

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