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Perth West, Perth

The Boulevard Hotel

Shop 94, Floreat Forum Shopping Centre, Cnr The Boulevard & Howtree Place, Floreat, WA
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The Boulevard Hotel, on the corner of The Boulevard and Howtree Place, opened in February 2011 as a completely re-mastered venue. The renewed emphasis is on great food and wine in relaxed, welcoming and beautifully designed surrounds. Features include an impressive long bar, stunning garden terrace, luxurious lounge and many different, well-defined and beautifully conceived spaces for drinking and dining.

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Review By Elizabeth Cahill

The Boulevard Hotel has only been around for a couple of years, however the trendy bar is all class and its appeal lies in its quiet confidence that it stands alone in its ability to give a laid-back but sophisticated atmosphere. The venue is particularly relaxed during the day, a place where you can go for a quiet drink and meal with a group of friends, or even just with your partner. At night, the hotel is the perfect venue for concert goers and sporting fanatics to duck into on the way home from Challenge Stadium which is only ten minutes up the road.

The Boulevard Hotel has many nooks and crannies to sit in, each area having a slightly different décor. The décor uses wooden and stone elements, with a colour palette that matches both the warm and cool factors of those elements. The lighting is pretty dark and moody, relying mainly on the big windows that line one side of the veranda area to provide majority of the lighting for the area near the bar. Other areas such as the lounge area, make use of down lights but still kept to a relatively low temperature.

The outside is just as big and varied as the inside, with the deck area holding benches and throw pillows, and tables with low stools. The beer garden is made up simply with tables and chairs but the use of wood and vibrant greens from low trees makes it look fresh and pretty.

However what is most impressive about The Boulevard Hotel is its bar which stands dead centre in the middle of the hotel. It is a long bar that has service from both sides. In an impressive display case behind the bar, all the spirits and liqueurs the bar serves are on display as well as some of the more expensive reds they sell. The wine list is extensive and fairly priced with a glass of wine ranging $8-$12. The more expensive the bottle of wine, however, the less chance you have of being able to buy just a glass of it. The beer range is also pretty good, with a large selection being offered on tap and an even larger selection available in the fridges behind the bar with prices ranging $7-$16. They also have a small variety of cocktails on offer, all for $12.

The food menu is equally as good as the alcohol selection. The serving sizes are impressive and presented in a rustic way that suits the décor theme. The “to share” dishes are massive and actually made to be able to share with a group of people, as suggested. The food is a fancier version of pub food, with steak sandwiches being featured, as well as pasta dishes, fish and chips and a small range of pizzas. The food is reasonably priced, particularly considering the large quantity size.The Boulevard Hotel is open all week and well worth checking out, whether you’re looking for a quiet Sunday sesh or a midweek meal at somewhere a bit nice. It has plenty of space and the chilled music sets the atmosphere for a quiet catch-up that’s a little bit on the fancy side.

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