Students and staff of Curtin University will have the lucky option of having family members and colleagues coming from out of Perth, stay at the new Nesuto Curtin hotel in Bentley!

In November this year, Nesuto Curtin hotel will open its doors for guests such as family members, including visiting academics and industry professionals.

The Daiwa Living Nesuto Group is a leading hotel and apartment hotel operator in Australia and New Zealand. Specialising in diversified real estate business, their talents lie in development and construction, property investment and hotel management.

This is the tenth property in the Australian Nesuto portfolio. The Curtin hotel joins the likes of Nesuto Mounts Bay Perth Hotel and the Geraldton Apartment Hotel in WA.

Located a 15 minute drive away from Perth CBD, Nesuto Curtin is located in the new Exchange precinct at Perth’s Curtin University’s $300M campus development in Bentley.

Set amongst 116 hectares of meticulously landscaped gardens, with bold architecture throughout and a vibrant, multicultural atmosphere, the location really speaks to Perth’s cultural scene.

The Curtin University campus has undergone major changes in the last decade, with introductions of a variety of new modern buildings immersed with the original 1960s architecture.

Photo courtesy of Nesuto

The architects of the project, Six Degrees Architects, are drawing on their extensive experience in hotel design. The five-storey hotel includes flexible conference spacing and a modern rooftop terrace available for private events, making it an ideal base space for both business and leisure guests. Additionally, all guests will have the option to enjoy the onsite breakfast lounge, no matter if they are staying for business or pleasure!

The 60 rooms include 50 superior rooms (31m squared), five accessible superior rooms (38m squared) with interconnecting rooms for carers if necessary, and five two-bedroom suites (85m squared). Guests will also have many appliances at their disposable as each suite features a bath, shower, microwave and toaster. All rooms have private balconies and are decorated with Indigenous-inspired soft furnishings featuring contemporary Aboriginal art by local WA artist Jimmy Pike, manufactured by Warwick Fabrics.

Nesuto is the Japanese pronunciation for ‘nest’ and true to its name Nesuto properties are designed to make guests feel at home. The Nesuto Curtin interior design features will be modern with rich timber and concrete accents. Above all else, Nesuto promise to offer all guests, whether they be family members of those at Curtin University, visiting academics or industry professionals, a convenient and welcoming environment.

Nesuto’s philosophy is for their guests to have an ‘easy, efficient, fast, and friendly’ experience and their tagline of ‘Stay Real’ means they promise a comfortable stay experience for all guests. Those who stay with Nesuto can unwind and feel at home even when they are in a new city, and also explore the local area with ease with their Nesuto Loves Local Guides.

Daiwa Living Nesuto CEO Mark Ronfeldt says, “We are thrilled to announce the impending opening of Nesuto Curtin. We have been working on this exciting new hotel since its inception with Curtin University back in 2017. We are also very proud to announce the 10th property into the Australian Nesuto portfolio.”

For more details visit and keep an eye out for the Curtin Nesuto hotel opening in November!