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Crown Promenade Perth - Burswood Hotels

Crown Promenade Perth

Corner Bolton Ave and Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood - Map
 
 
"Close to show we went to see"
We went to a show in the theatre, had a meal and a walk around the casino, everything we needed was close at hand.
Traveller from Busselton
Pan Pacific Perth - East Perth Hotels

Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Convenient in town"
In Perth for conference; good value, good service all 3 nights. Some construction going on but no impact whatever on my stay which was good. Bathroom décor very dated
Traveller from Sydney
Parmelia Hilton Perth - Perth Hotels

Parmelia Hilton Perth

14 Mill Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to transport, conference centre "
We had a very pleasant stay on business. Our room was clean. The staff were friendly and helpful. This hotel is close to transport, shops & restaurants.
Traveller from Bunbury WA
Crown Metropol Perth - Burswood Hotels

Crown Metropol Perth

Great Eastern Highway, Burswood - Map
 
 
"A night of decadence before heading home"
The Crown Metropol is by far the best quality Hotel in Perth and worth the extra dollars. My wife and I wanted a day/night of fine fining and elegant relaxation before heading back to Singapore. The Crown was perfect for that. We lunched at Rockpool and Bistro Guillaume. Singapore has great food, but is terrible for Steak/Meat.
Traveller from Singapore
Four Points By Sheraton Perth - Perth Hotels
NZ$160

Four Points By Sheraton Perth

707 Wellington Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"close to the city"
was ok would read more about the hotel and what it has to offer
Traveller from kahu
Perth City Motel - Thornlie Hotels

Perth City Motel

12 Burnley Street, Thornlie - Map
 
 
Hyatt Regency Perth - East Perth Hotels

Hyatt Regency Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"Great quality for the price in Perth."
I travel for work a reasonable amount and typically stay at the other end of town, Hilton or Ridges. my wife and I moved down to the Hyatt for the weekend. It was a much cheaper rate and a better hotel. Larger and newer rooms, better service, nicer setting. Transport is excellent and their are plenty of good restaurants in the hotel or nearby.
Traveller from Singapore
Seasons Of Perth - Perth Hotels
NZ$154

Seasons Of Perth

37 Pier Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Ideal stopover between city and country towns."
We arrived at hotel after midnight from the airport and stayed overnight before heading home to the country. Friendly staff, excellent stopover, woke refreshed ready to continue our journey home.
Traveller from South West
Fraser Suites Perth - East Perth Hotels

Fraser Suites Perth

10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth - Map
 
 
"happy customer "
Fantastic place to stay with grest restaurant and bar.
Traveller from H
With breathtaking views and standout facilities Fraser Suites Perth is an apartment hotel that sets new benchmarks for short …More
Pensione Hotel Perth - Perth Hotels
NZ$193

Pensione Hotel Perth

70 Pier Street, Perth - Map
 
 
"Good hotel , near to CBD and other attarctions"
It was a wonderful trip. Good location and convenient. Transport connectivity excellent.
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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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