Floor'd, a new VIP experience from QT Hotels and Resorts
Floor'd, a new VIP experience from QT Hotels and Resorts

Floor’d: The Ultimate VIP Hotel Experience

Have you ever thought of renting out an entire floor of a hotel for you and your friends? Being able to come and go as you please, flitting from one room to another with a drink in your hand, and then enjoying dinner in the hallway? I haven’t either, but I am now that the QT Hotels and Resorts has planted the idea in my mind with its new package Floor’d.

The newly announced offering was created in response to travellers now seeking a more experience-based hotel stay with friends and family. And a desire to shake off the blues of the year that was and party like it’s no longer 2020.

In a nutshell, the host and 15 to 40 of their closest friends will be offered one whole floor of their chosen hotel, matched with individualised service by a dedicated team of hosts. To be honest, it’d take me a while to wrangle 40 friends in one place for the stay, but it would actually be pretty achievable if you were having a wedding or the like nearby.

With three ‘levels’ to choose from, guests can pick their package and shape their evening from a three-course sit-down dinner in the hallway, VIP drinks on arrival, private pop-up bars in the hallway or rooms, DJs, wedding celebrants, tattooing, gifts, treats and surprises, all on their own terms, on their own floor. It’s almost like having your own private hotel.

Floor’d is currently available at the QT Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Gold Coast. Pricing is based on a per room basis with a minimum of 15 people to kick off the Floor’d package experience. Available from now through to the end of 2021.

For more info visit qthotels.com

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Chris Ashton

We're Chris Ashton and Simon Ceglinski, two Aussie travellers with a love of exploration and adventure, and the odd bit of luxury thrown in. We seek out street art, street food, and scuba diving wherever we go, and prefer the road less travelled over well-worn tourist paths.

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Written by Chris Ashton