Stepping out of the InterContinental in Perth’s city centre and onto the boutique sidewalks of the King Street Precinct, you’ll find yourself alongside the stunning exterior of His Majesty’s Theatre. Here, you can discover a range of boutiques, bars and fine dining restaurants near His Majesty’s Theatre. Featuring reputable names in the culinary world, you’ll find a host of authentic Spanish flavours, a selection of bespoke cocktails as well as great food and artisan coffee alongside world-class fashion houses and high street brands.
UNFORGETTABLE RESTAURANT DINING NEAR HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE
At the InterContinental Perth City Centre, we offer an array of restaurant dining options to suit every mood and budget. Situated only a short walk away from the theatre, our restaurants are the perfect choice for dining before or after a visit to the Theatre. From the relaxing environment at our lobby bar The Loft, featuring alfresco dining on the terrace, through to refined dining at Ascua, offering authentic Spanish flavours and a welcoming atmosphere, we have an option to suit everyone. So if you’re looking for restaurants near his majesty’s theatre, why not view our dining options here. To book an unforgettable stay at our luxury hotel, click here.
THE HISTORY BEHIND HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE
Believed to be the only remaining working Edwardian Baroque theatre in Australia, His Majesty’s Theatre has played host to worldwide musicals, ballet, opera, plays, and many other spectacles that have woven the cultural fabric of Perth since its opening in 1904. But the history of entertainment in the King Street Precinct didn’t just begin when His Majesty’s Theatre opened in 1904. Before there was the Theatre, there was first an empty paddock at the corner of Hay and King Street and at night this paddock came to life with performers of all kinds who drew in bedazzled Colonial crowds eager to be entertained in these rough pre-Federation times. One could say that Perth’s beloved Maj has stood the test of time because it was built upon a bedrock of entertainment, set deep in the foundations of where it still proudly stands today. Find out more about His Majesty’s Theatre here.