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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
Crown Metropol Perth - Burswood Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Crown Metropol Perth

Great Eastern Highway, Burswood - Map
 
 
"Mindblowing"
Absolutely fantastic place to stay. very very comfortable and very new as well.
Naveed from A
Parmelia Hilton Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Parmelia Hilton Perth

14 Mill Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Lovely Stay"
This is a fantastic hotel with lovely staff. We Stayed in a deluxe king room and were thrilled when we opened the door to find a clean, well kept, large room with a balcony. The room is practical with an amazing bathroom and extra large king bed which is extremely comfortable! The breakfast buffet is delicious and all the staff very helpful. I recommend staying at this hotel and I personally will be back in the future.
A Traveller
Hyatt Regency Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Convenient spot"
Nice food and service. Piano player was great in bar
Sandy from Melbourne Australia
Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$204

Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough

The Esplanade, Scarborough - Map
 
 
"Great hotel, great views,"
Had a great time in scarborough , lively but not noisy !
big D from fife
Quality Hotel Bayswater - Bayswater Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Quality Hotel Bayswater

78-80 Railway Parade, Bayswater - Map
 
 
"Convenient"
The location was very suitable for this visit , with easy access to Perth and other suburbs I needed to get to.
A Traveller
Close to Bayswater and major attractions. Hotel has on-site restaurant.More
Fraser Suites Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Fraser Suites Perth

10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Great location with nearby parks & good transport"
Very pleasant and efficient receptiion. Received a room upgrade overlooking the Swan River, a corner suite with balcony. Only stayed one night so could not take advantage of the facilities. Very good beds.very comfortable.
kate from mandurah
With breathtaking views and standout facilities Fraser Suites Perth is an apartment hotel that sets new benchmarks for short …More
Rendezvous Hotel Perth Central - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Rendezvous Hotel Perth Central

24 Mount Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"No booking made"
The hotel did not receive our booking from Expedia. They did go out of their way to accommodate us with upgrades. Great friendly staff and great location.
dai from perth WA
Pan Pacific Perth - East Perth Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Pan Pacific"
What a very impressive hotel great helpfull staff very clean and plush
A Traveller
Adina Apartment Hotel Perth - Perth Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

33 Mounts Bay Road, Perth - Map
 
 
"Perfect base for a work visit to Perth"
Ideally located between the conference centre and the downtown offices of Perth CBD. Room was well-equipped and served as a great temporary working base for my trip
Tony from UK

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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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