Set in Melbourne’s fashion district, between Bourke and Little Collins Street, QT Melbourne is a sparkling beacon for the weary traveller who appreciates life’s finer offerings. Which is why it comes as no surprise that they have partnered with historic French champagne house, Perrier-Jouët, to unveil its newest experience, the Art of the Wild private dining room.
Guests are invited to step into another world (from the comfort of the hotel’s first level Kings Dining room), reimagined with projections of hyper-natural floral motifs in neon greens, purples and pinks, inspired by Maison Perrier-Jouët’s heritage to live an enchanted life surrounded by nature. A further nod to Perrier-Jouët can be spotted among the displays with the appearance of a re-imagined anemone flower, originally found decorating the bottles from the brand’s Belle Epoque collection.
Otherworldly delights continue on with the menu – crafted from the team behind QT Melbourne’s hatted restaurant, Pascale, with only the freshest, local produce – minimal intervention needed. You’ll find a cured hiramasa kingfish with jicama on offer, the refined WA marron with broccoli might be speaking to you, or indulge in one of the four of five course tiered packages. Each with matching champagnes, of course.
By the end of the experience, you might want to book into one of the QT Melbourne’s boutique rooms for the night. Run yourself a bath before slipping under the covers, sure to soothe if you indulged in one too many glasses of champagne.