Functions & events.
Let us start your story here.
Welcoming celebrations from small social engagements to private meetings to intimate sundowners, there is something for everyone, so get in touch and let us start your story here.
Long table dining
The rooftop terrace is a little oasis set amongst the bustle of the urban streets of Northbridge and can be transformed into a unique space, perfect for an intimate setting. Indulge in your surroundings alongside a decadent menu crafted by Shadow Wine Bar.
Together we can create your perfect day. Whether it is cocktails and canapes overlooking the Perth skyline or intimate dining in Shadow Wine Bar, it will be unforgettable. Our dedicated events coordinator will work with you to ensure everything from menus to music to table settings are perfectly planned. We can also offer special event rates on rooms so that your guests can enjoy the convenience and comforts of Alex Hotel well into the next day.
Stay and play
Avoid the hassle of finding your way home post event and make Alex Hotel your base! Chat to us about event and hotel packages.
Our modern meeting room is set to drive innovation, creativity and eccentricity. The light and airy room overlooks the Perth skyline and is equipped with Audio & Visual facilities, flipchart and reverse air-con.
Host your next function on our rooftop terrace, in our mezzanine lounge or for something bigger, in Shadow Wine Bar.
What’s on at Alex Hotel
I DONT SEE COLOUR
30 JULY – 10 OCTOBER
Salote Tawale is the inaugural recipient of the Michela & Adrian Fini Artist Fellowship, awarded by the Sheila Foundation.
I don’t see colour presents a new body of work by Salote Tawale, the starting point for which is a conversation that took place between the artist and a philosophy student at a party in the UK. Presenting painting, installation and video, “I don’t see colour” is a response to this exchange and an attempt to process the implications of this statement in the face of the unevenly felt impacts of climate change brought on by colonial and capitalist structures. The artist imagines climate change as an indiscriminate force that doesn’t see colour either.
22 SEPTEMBER – 2 OCTOBER
Conjuring fantastical imagery from the recesses of the human mind, UNHEIMLICHis a thrilling new performance work by director and The Last Great Hunt alum Katt Osborne and multidisciplinary artist Tarryn Gill. Drawing inspiration from her acclaimed Guardians series of soft sculptures, Gill has created life-sized, hand-sewn masks to be animated by an exciting team of Perth’s most-established performing artists.
September 17 – September 19
Technology, innovation, and mass communication, the emotional value of craft and the hand-made is increasing. As studio artists and traditional artisans respond to new circumstances, we witness a re-engagement of contemporary craft by makers willing to sustain the value and benefit of the hand-made in contemporary life.