Perth is blessed with a wide range of accommodation choices that cater for all budgets, preferences, and styles, including hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, serviced apartments, and much more.
You can choose from budget dorm room accommodation where you’ll get to share with weird, wonderful, and interesting backpackers all the way up to super high-end luxury penthouses where you’ll be pampered by your own concierge. There is really something for everyone.
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In a city as big—and as bustling—as Perth, there’s always a lot of different accommodations to choose from, all of them offering elegant amenities and top of the line facilities. But how to choose the best?
Be it a luxury boutique hotel or a tall skyscraper proudly bearing its 5 stars that perks your interest, this list is the ultimate guide to getting the best stay out of your visit to Western Australia.
The Richardson Hotel and Spa Perth
The thing that makes the Richardson Perth so wonderful isn’t just that it’s labeled a 5-star luxury boutique, it’s because it fully deserves the title. With spacious bedrooms, separate lounge and dining areas, and private balconies in every room, there’s a perfect reason to stay at 23 Richardson Street.
The spa is equally impressive with body wraps, full-body massages, intensive facials and specialty treatments as well as spa technicians willing to create customized packages for guests. As for dining, you’re covered between the two hotel restaurants and the cocktail bar. While The Conservatory is your go-to for light breakfast, lunch and cafe style dining, the Opus Restaurant is best known for the French-Australian fusion cuisine and it’s commitment to local produce, so grab a table, or arrange for private dining for a true culinary experience.
Stars: 5. 23 Richardson Street, Perth. (08) 9217 8880. Starting at $450.
The Melbourne Hotel
If chandelier lighting is your taste, book a room at the Melbourne Hotel, because it’s a champagne-popping, velvet curtained four-poster bed, and private balcony kind of affair. An old Colonial style hotel, you can have high afternoon tea down in the restaurant, or taste test any of their five-star cuisine, or you can take a seat at their pub for some high quality nosh and brews! With a great location near CBD and plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafes, accommodation with the Melbourne Hotel is exactly what any first-timer in Perth needs.
Stars: 4. 942 Hay St, Perth. +61 8 9320 3333.
Number Six Perth is for those booking a longer stay and looking for something a little different from the norm; with 1-bedroom to 5-bedroom apartments available for great value prices, there’s no need to risk the uncertainty of booking an Airbnb for the home-away-from-home experience!
Locations include Fremantle, Perth, Northern Beaches, Rockingham and the South West. With prices starting at $75 a night for a studio, you can choose between a great pool house with a convenient location close to 3 beaches and Hilarys Boat Harbour, or for the city folk you can grab the charming Perth studio in the city centre and in the middle of all of the hustle and bustle!
Address and phone numbers are subject to change. Visit their website for more information. Starting at $75.
COMO The Treasury
Mixing a little bit of history with a lot of contemporary, COMO The Treasury is truly a definition of modern elegance. Located in the heart of Perth in the Cathedral Square development and housed inside a 140 year old state building, the luxury accommodations is more than just a hotel, it’s also a cultural hub for surrounding business leaders, artists, and writers.
With two restaurants, a lounge, bar and library open to the public and many more private amenities, including holistic therapies at Como Shambhala Urban Escape, a gym and an indoor pool, you can enjoy the room balconies all on your own or head down to mingle with the locals. And for a trip into the heart of Perth, what could be better than that?
Stars: 5. 1 Cathedral Ave, Perth. +61 8 6168 7888. Starting at $595.
Parmelia Hilton Perth
For a luxury stay that feels familiar and close to home, the Parmelia Hilton is exactly what you’re looking for. Upholding the same exquisite, 5-star Hilton standards that are renowned around the world, the Parmelia is chock full of amenities like a fitness center, outdoor pool, guest rooms as well as upscale suites, meeting and event venues, and complimentary wifi, and eager to attend to your every need.
With plenty of the Parmelia shops, restaurants, cafes, and nightlife within walking distance of the hotel, you certainly don’t have to leave to have a good time, and the resident restaurant, Adelphi Grill, is home to delicious steaks, seafood, and a wicked cocktail menu.
Stars: 5. 14 Mill Street. +61 8 9215 2000. Starting at $145.
Pension of Perth, Northbridge
For a romantic getaway, or even a personal writer’s retreat, the Pension of Perth is your answer to the intimate B&B experience you’ve been looking for and highly recommended by the Guardian. Located just off Hyde Park and tucked behind a picturesque garden, the hotel, which was built in 1897, is charming, peaceful, and a real chance to getaway.
Located near Northbridge—the city’s hub for all things cafe and entertainment—it has many amenities within walking distance, from yoga classes to a full olympic size pool and state of the art gym facilities. Enjoy tennis courts nearby or hang out on the front lawn and make good use of the wifi—or better yet, unplug with a great book over their delicious (included) breakfast.
3 Throssell Street. 0419 477 954. Starting at $150.
Duxton Hotel Perth
Valet parking, full room service, an outdoor heated pool, full service spa—and maybe best of all—bicycles for hire, the Duxton Hotel is your answer to a perfect stay for a great vacation. With a convenient location near Perth Concert hall, you can grab a show and then enjoy the beach only 15 kilometers away, or head into the city center to enjoy the botanical gardens at King’s Park. Either way, a jam-packed getaway starts here at the Duxton so stop by the Firewater Grill for dinner before heading out to party or for a nighttime stroll to look at the Bell Tower.
Stars: 5. 1 St Georges Terrace. +61 8 9261 8000. Starting at $174 a night.