Ocean Beach Hotel

  • Development Type Mixed-Use
  • Developer Quinlivan & Edge Visionary Living
  • Location Cottesloe Beach Foreshore
  • Site Area 11,694sqm
  • Hotel Rooms 167
  • Residential 229
  • Commercial Area 3,059 sqm
  • Public Carbays 140
  • Public Open Space 1,650 sqm
  • Day Spa 1,390 sqm

The Ocean Beach Hotel in collaboration with Hillam Architects and Edge Visionary Living are excited with the prospect of delivering Perth’s very best integrated mixed use project to the Cottesloe foreshore.

This development is ideally suited to this premium location. It will focus on delivering a hotel, retail and food and beverage offerings, public amenities and apartments that will replicate the expectations of owners who are used to living in premium quality homes in premier locations along the beach front.

The Ocean Beach Hotel Development will embody world class architecture and exemplary design, befitting the projects unique oceanfront setting. The proposal will go beyond expectation, delivering an unprecedented level of benefit that will be a significant asset to the local and wider community.

Proposed uses have been thoughtfully planned to be compatible and consistent with the highly significant beach front location, surrounding developments and the amenity of the locality. As a result the following land uses and amenity have been provided in the proposed development; commercial area including an ocean view bar, hotel with 120 hotel rooms, a spa and rooftop infinity pool, wine bar, restaurants, retail, alfresco dining, residential apartments, landscaped residential amenity, indoor residential amenity including wellness, fitness and two residential swimming pools, over 600 total car bays, 140 of which are allocated for the public, and significant public open spaces. Extensive research of Cottesloe has been carried out to thoughtfully curate a programme of benefits for the community.

The highly articulated building form is responsive and sympathetic to its surroundings and incorporates significant setbacks with extensive landscaping. The organic forms and highly considered configuration of the residential and hotel component allows for key view corridors to the ocean for residents where the design offers a community of buildings, each reflecting its own unique personality and character, adding to the diversity of the development and its surroundings.

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