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Crown Metropol Perth - Burswood Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Crown Metropol Perth

Great Eastern Highway, Burswood - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, stayed for husbands birthday"
I stayed last week on Friday and was met by three different staff members before I even got to the reception. They were all so helpful, concierge took my bags to my room while I checked in. Bag was delivered to my room shortly after I went up. Comfiest pillows I've ever slept on, great bed too! 24 Hour McDonalds saved our lives when we returned back from the city at 2:45am after a concert!!! Thank you for being so awesome Crown!
Danni from Exmouth, WA
Four Points By Sheraton Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Four Points By Sheraton Perth

707 Wellington Street, Perth - Map
 
 
Very handy to the arena a good nights stay friendly staff
A Traveller
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges - Fremantle Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$206

Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges

Cnr Marine Terrace And Essex, Fremantle - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel right in the heart of Fremantle."
We had our wedding night there over 20 years ago and we just celebrated our 20th anniversary at the hotel. Great memories from both stays.
A Traveller
The Esplanade Hotel Fremantle is a multi award winning 4 Star International Hotel located in the cosmopolitan port city of …More
Parmelia Hilton Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Parmelia Hilton Perth

14 Mill Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Good location, restuarant is handy & excellent ser"
The staff were excellent. From the moment I arrived I was treated like royalty even though I was dressed pretty cheaply. My room was good sized for 2 people with an armchair & coffee table, the bathroom were clean and worked, the tv channels were boring but I don't watch much to anyway. Only bad point about my room was the outside noise/sound can be heard and doors opening next door. The shower was occasionally hot/cold too. What made my stay really enjoyable were the staff and restaurant. I did enjoy the room service as I prefer to have my breakfast at 6 am rather than wait until 7 am in weekends. I also learnt not much open for dinner on Sunday nights so I again happily ordered room service for dinner. The staff who brought my food at the restaurant & room service all had big friendly smiles and were attentive. For my room service breakfast one staff was nice enough to open curtains for me and set up the table in a good spot before he left, all with a big smile and he was very cheerful & did not wait for me to tip him! I also cut my finger rummaging through my handbag and was brought free stash of band-aids to my room after a quick call to reception. Lastly. I was handed free bottle of water when I lazed at the pool (again by a staff member with a smile). I really felt the service was the best and I've stayed at 40+ hotels all over the world.
judy from sydney
Hyatt Regency Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel, river views."
Lovely hotel with green park separating it from river. Lovely walk along river edge to Barrack Pier where ferry departs for day trips to Freemantle with great pub and cafes on pier, great atmosphere. Hotel not in CBD, but short taxi trip and walkable with great sites along way. Short walk to hop on bus stop. Hotel room spacious, immaculately clean with extensive choice of toiletries, tea and coffee. Bed extremely comfortable with good quality linen and pillows.
Donna from B
Quality Hotel Bayswater - Bayswater Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Quality Hotel Bayswater

78-80 Railway Parade, Bayswater - Map
 
 
Close to Bayswater and major attractions. Hotel has on-site restaurant.More
Pan Pacific Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
Freindly staff which maked our stay very enjoyable
A Traveller
Fraser Suites Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Fraser Suites Perth

10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Modern hotel East end of CBD close to everything"
Great restaurant, pool, sauna gym facilities. Only drawback is no washing machine in studio appartments. Room gorgeous and comfortable.
Ross and Diana from SA
With breathtaking views and standout facilities Fraser Suites Perth is an apartment hotel that sets new benchmarks for short …More
Crown Promenade Perth - Burswood Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Crown Promenade Perth

Corner Bolton Ave and Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood - Map
 
 
"Local week end stay"
We stayed for 2 nights and our rooms was very comfortable, bed and all services were excellent.
Sue from Perth
Travelodge Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Travelodge Perth

417 Hay Street,, Perth - Map
 
 
"5 star with 3 star price!"
Absolutely loved it! Defiantly a lot better than I expected for the price I paid, staff went out of their way to please and was a delightful stay. Thankyou travel lodge for my experience! 31st-2nd dec-jan
bec and shay from Perth
Located in the city centre, this hotel is 300 metres away from shopping malls and three blocks from the Swan River.Travelodge …More

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    Where to Stay in Perth?

    Stuck way out west on the far side of Australia, Perth has been called the most isolated city in the world. But this city of 2 million, sprawling along the Indian Ocean coast – with its benign Mediterranean climate and uncrowded beaches – is also one of the most easy-going. With a decades-long mining boom raising its glittering skyline ever upwards, it's also one of the most visually stunning.

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    Immigration has brought an enviable culture of fine cuisine and finer coffee-houses to Perth, while its urban sprawl is leavened with numerous parks and wild spaces. This is a city seemingly well-balanced and at ease with itself. But, literally under the surface, Perth is still on the-go. Iron, gold and alumina mines in the surrounding deserts means its boom goes on. So Perth's hotels continue be in demand – and costly – in many districts. Let Expedia.co.nz be your guide to the best hotel districts for your Perth trip, whether it's for business or pleasure.

    One thing Perthies are proud of is that, in their rush to fill the skies, the architects of the CBD have done them proud. Modern, elegant and uncluttered, Perth's skyscrapers have won awards. The driving force behind them is the city's mining boom. That has left hotels in the CBD and its surrounds very much focused on business travellers. And with rates verging on the astronomical.

    Outside of the CBD and its boom-town rates, though, East Perth offers an alternative accommodation base with a lower price-tag. This area was once an industrial zone, but is now home to a plethora of mid-range hotels. These serve both visiting corporate clients and those looking to check Perth's inner-city vibe close-up.

    The best of that vibe is found in the district just north of the CBD – Northbridge. This small area is the city's entertainment and nightlife district, and has a very different feel to the CBD. Alternative bars, clubs and restaurants complement nicely its boutique hotels, backpacker hostels and guest-houses. And for boom-town Perth, the room rates in Northbridge are relatively fair.

    West Perth changes the tempo again. This area is still close to the CBD, but borders the mammoth wild-flower paradise (in spring at least) of King's Park. There is a scatter of eclectic, luxury and budget hotels in the suburbs around this park, which provides a wonderful backdrop. One thing none of the districts back onto, however, is the sea. The Swan River runs through much of town, but most of the inner city is several miles inland.

    So if you want accommodation with a sea view, head south-west to the free-and-easy port of Freemantle. This town has preserved much of its long history, with museums, warehouses and turn-of-the-century houses. The hotels and guest-houses here are, as a result, a mixed bunch. Seaside B&Bs and backpacker hostels mix with business hotels and top-end apartment complexes.

    The best beaches in Perth, though, are to the north, at Scarborough Beach. As Perth's surfing capital, Scarborough Beach has its fair share of low-priced budget lodgings, together with beach hotels and family-friendly spa resorts. So while the rest of Perth is busy riding the crest of its mining boom, here is the ideal place to catch a different wave, courtesy of the Indian Ocean's restless energy.

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