Cheap Hotels in Perth
Located on trendy Hay Street, Sage Hotel West Perth is ideally positioned to enjoy a range of dining and shopping options. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi, keep active in the fitness centre and use the free bicycles to explore the city. Sage Hotel West Perth is located 800 metres from Domain Stadium and just a 5-minute walk from the beautiful, leafy Kings Park. Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is a 5-minute drive away and Perth Airport is a 20-minute drive. Private parking is available on site. All modern guest rooms are air-conditioned and feature a sofa and a desk. The bathroom includes free toiletries and a hairdryer. A 24-hour reception and a concierge service is available for your convenience. You can dine at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a meal in the comfort of your room ordering room service.
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Townsend Lodge Hotel
Located in the heart of Perth, Townsend Lodge is just a 5-minute walk from the Swan River. Guests can make use of the shared kitchen and lounge facilities. All rooms have garden views. Townsend Lodge Perth is a 15-minute walk from Barrack Street Jetty and a 10-minute walk from Hay Street Shopping Mall. Perth Airport is a 20-minute drive away. All rooms have a desk and towels and linen provided. They offer access to shared bathroom facilities. Guests can share a BBQ meal with family or friends. There is also a sun terrace and chess set, puzzles and a library.
Hotels in Perth
Perth is the perfect place to relax and unwind whilst enjoying all the amenities of city life. Known for its pristine, white sandy beaches, it's also a cosmopolitan hub of activity. You'll be spoilt for choice for indoor and outdoor activities to keep you busy in this thriving city which is surrounded by natural beauty.
Perth hotels are suitable for all travellers, and easily serve all tastes: from cute B & Bs, to high-rise chains in the centre of the city, and some spectacular ocean-view properties, we're sure to have the right place for you.
The beaches are the star in this beautiful city where the Aussie outdoor life reigns supreme. All of them are easily reached by public transport. Cottesloe is the best-known and the most popular, and once you get there, you'll realise why: it's a great spot for swimming and walking and has a wonderful atmosphere when the sun's out and the city comes out to enjoy the great outdoors.
If you want to get away from it all, Leighton and Mosman beaches make up one of the most peaceful sections of the Perth coastline. Scarborough and Trigg are great if you want to try your hand at surfing, while Port Beach is good for families with its gentle waves and views over nearby Fremantle. The possibilities for a very Australian day at the beach are almost endless in this beautiful and relatively unspoilt part of Australia.
Exploring the city
If the sun is â€“ uncharacteristically â€“ not shining while you're in Perth, there's plenty to keep you occupied in the city itself. The Shipwreck Galleries are home to a fascinating display of maritime archaeology including a section of the hull of Dutch merchant ship Batavia which was wrecked in 1629, while the Art Gallery of Western Australia contains important collections of indigenous and post-war paintings.
The Botanic Garden in King's Park is a real treat even on a cloudy day, with over 2000 Western Australian plant species to discover. In spring you can enjoy the beautiful displays of wildflowers, while the Lotterywest Federation Walkway provides a year-round attraction, leading you through the spectacular tree canopy.
Shopping in Perth
If you need to pick up a new bikini for the beach, or want to grab some souvenirs to take home, Perth has shops for every taste. From bustling markets to sophisticated malls, you won't leave empty handed.
At Watertown Brand Outlet Centre, you'll find lots of big international and Australia brands, all at knock-down prices. You can stock up on the latest beach fashions, buy unique Aboriginal art, discover unique antiques or find special gifts for your loved ones.
Make sure you check out some of the weekend markets in Perth. They're a great place to people-watch and to discover some of Perth's characterful neighbourhoods. Canning Vale: Western Australia's largest undercover market takes place on Sundays, with over 1, 000 stalls selling everything you could imagine, from vintage clothes and jewellery to books, toys and even war memorabilia.
Eating and drinking in Perth
Australia's foodie culture has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and nowhere is that more evident than in Perth, where the city's multiculturalism is reflected in its food scene. Try delicious gourmet Japanese food at Halu, spicy Indian cuisine at Grill and Chill, or simple, fresh Mediterranean dishes at Zephyr. Seafood is available everywhere, freshly caught in the Indian Ocean. If you're after low-key dining, enjoy great, locally sourced fish and chips on the beach, or simply sip a flat white in one of Perth's many coffee shops.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Perth
What are the best hotels to stay in Perth?The best hotels to stay in Perth are Sanno Marracoonda Perth Airport Hotel, Central Caravan Park and Captain Stirling Hotel.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Perth?Captain Stirling Hotel in Perth offers one night in a double room at the price of £51.
What hotels are in the central Perth neighborhood?Sage Hotel West Perth, Haven on the Park and Kings Park Motel are located in the central neighborhood of Perth.
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