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HIGH AND MIGHTY From the rooftop terrace of the Aloft Hotel in Perth guests watch the city hum in the distance. The energy below is reflected in the hotel’s bold interiors, which are replete with conversation-starting artworks and contemporary furniture. The new arrival on the scene is getting plenty of love from high-stepping travellers and locals alike.

The Springs Rivervale precinct, located ten minutes from Perth’s CBD, is rapidly gaining global attention. The urban renewal project aims to convert mostly vacant land into a vibrant and active mixed-use community located along the banks of the Swan River.

to both the public and hotel guests, the restaurant has been designed as a welcoming and casual space. Passersby can stop in for a light snack or afternoon cocktail or choose to settle in for a long, sumptuous dining session.

That Marriott International chose Springs Rivervale for Australia’s first Aloft speaks to the possibilities of the area. At the heart of the precinct, Aloft Perth seems to symbolise the regeneration. It is open, modern and vibrant.

Stephen Morahan, Aloft’s General Manager, hopes the restaurant’s laid-back, welcoming atmosphere will help bring the new precinct to life.

Boosting the hotel’s global and local appeal is its exciting new restaurant, Springs Kitchen. Situated at street level and open


“The atmosphere is fantastic, and it has a great local vibe. Regulars pop in for morning coffee and dine in their favourite spot on the alfresco balcony,” he says.

| Connection Q4 2017 |

Moffat Connection 2017 Q4 Edition  
Moffat Connection 2017 Q4 Edition  

We welcome you to our 2017 Q4 edition of Moffat Connection, where we share the latest news from the food industry around the world. In this...