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Pensione Hotel Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$186

Pensione Hotel Perth

70 Pier Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Good hotel"
Enjoyed stay close to city centre and train station. Hotel very clean and modern
michael from edinburgh
Four Points By Sheraton Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Four Points By Sheraton Perth

707 Wellington Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Perfect location"
Walking distance to cbd, arena, Gordon st garage, Watertown, Tony Romas and the Laneway Lounge. Lovely staff.
Karine from Swan View
Parmelia Hilton Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Parmelia Hilton Perth

14 Mill Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Centre of town. Immaculate."
Very modern. Staff fantastic. Brought me a toothbrush at 2am when I realised I had forgotten mine
claire from perth
Pan Pacific Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Business overnighter"
I arrived at the hotel at 9 am and the staff went out of their way to find a room that I could access at that time. I was offered an upgrade at a very reasonable figure and encouraged to join their GHA Discovery Club which I did free of charge. Have travelled extensively during my working life, mainly staying in 4.5 - 5 star hotels. Courtesy of all staff I met would be hard to equal.
Peter from Melbourne
Adina Apartment Hotel Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$164

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

33 Mounts Bay Road, Perth - Map
 
 
"reception staff"
reception staff were excellent they were very happy and helpful, rooms were very nice, only problem the hotel is a bit hard to find. I had to ring reception for directions .
Ray from Geraldton
Great Eastern Motor Lodge - Rivervale Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Great Eastern Motor Lodge

81 Great Eastern Highway, Rivervale - Map
 
 
Travelodge Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$131

Travelodge Perth

417 Hay Street,, Perth - Map
 
 
"Great value for money"
Would thoroughly recommend. Good size room, spotlessly clean, iron & ironing board in the room. Helpful staff who allowed me a late (12 o'clock) checkout at no extra charge. Great location for the city and City Cat bus is outside the front door to shopping area and railway station. Could not fault it for real value for money, comfort and helpful, friendly staff.
A Traveller
Located in the city centre, this hotel is 300 metres away from shopping malls and three blocks from the Swan River.Travelodge …More
Adina Apartment Hotel Perth, Barrack Plaza - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$175

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth, Barrack Plaza

138 Barrack Street Australia, Perth - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Apartment is located within shopping street where many eateries and supermarket can be found. Great!
sn
Novotel Perth Langley - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Novotel Perth Langley

221 Adelaide Terrace, Perth - Map
 
 
"great location"
liked it so much we came back the next weekend. stayed here at the start of our trip and came back to finish our trip - great staff, great service ,perfect location. meals were very nice
A Traveller
Rydges Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges Perth

Corner Hay & King Streets, Perth - Map
 
 
"Good location, comfortable stay"
Cheap, easy and a great location. I'd stay here again whilst visiting Perth.
briddo from Sydney

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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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