|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in Perth:||£85/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£12/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Hay Street Traveller's Inn
266/268 Hay Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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Perth is a trendy and modern metropolis filled with chic bars, trendy eateries and curated street art. A popular travel destination with year-round sunshine, this small, yet sophisticated city mixes a glitzy central business district with its easy-going personality. While the city offers a range of dining and shopping experiences, its tranquil park spaces and unspoilt beaches remain the city’s crown jewels.
Shopping meets the beautiful river in Perth, where you can find designer stores and stylish boutiques along Murray and Hay streets. Only a 10-minute walk from Hay Street, Elizabeth Quay is the ideal waterfront dining spot, home to scenic outlooks and community events.
For a family-friendly day out, spend the day wandering through bushlands at Perth Zoo, home to kangaroos, koalas and Tasmanian devils. If the mysteries below the water intrigue you, walk the underwater tunnels of the Aquarium of Western Australia, where you’ll see sharks and rays swimming above your head.
Set up a picnic at Kings Park and enjoy stunning city views of the Swan River, or put on some comfortable shoes for a day of exploring the city’s fashion boutiques, Chinatown restaurants and lively bars in Northbridge. Travellers looking for a bit of culture can marvel at the artwork in the Art Gallery of Western Australia, while those in need of some retail therapy can browse the elegant shops along King Street.
Just outside the city centre, you can feast on local flavours at outdoor food markets in the port city of Fremantle, about a 35-minute drive from Perth. Afterwards, hop on a ferry and enjoy a day of recreational activities on the picturesque beaches of Rottnest Island. Just make sure to snap a selfie with a friendly quokka, an adorable marsupial found only in Western Australia.
Despite being the world’s most isolated city, Perth is easily reached from numerous Australian and international cities. Perth’s easy-to-navigate transport system makes travelling a breeze, as ferries, underground stations, bus services and trains connect travellers to Perth’s must-see attractions. Many trains and buses also provide free transportation to various parts of the city.
One of the most popular hotels in Perth is Pan Pacific Perth, which has been reviewed by 2,985 users and currently has a rating of 8.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Great Southern Hotel Perth and Hyatt Regency Perth, which have received 8.0/10 and 8.1/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
A good hotel close to Crown Perth is Mont Clare Boutique Apartments (rated 7.1/10 from 1,555 reviews).
For a good hotel near to Cottesloe Beach, consider Rosemoore Bed & Breakfast - it is rated 9.1/10 from 78 HotelsCombined reviews.
Close to Perth Arena you will find QT Perth, which has a rating of 8.7 over 2,587 HotelsCombined reviews.
Perth hotels have an average price of £98/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is £103/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Perth then the average price is around £187/night.
HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Perth starting from £8 per night in the last 3 days. Prices for this weekend in Perth start from £26 per night when checking in on 27 May and out on 29 May.
Perth hotels start at £8 for tonight; however, the average price of accommodation is about £99. Many 4-star stays can be found in Perth tonight, with prices starting at £55. These prices were found on HotelsCombined within the last 72 hours.
When you book Perth hotels, you will find yourself amongst some of the finest dining in Australia. Two areas that specialise in culinary delights are Perth CBD and Fremantle. Visit restaurants such as the rustic warehouse Bread In Common, the Indian-inspired Lions and Tigers or Madelena’s Bar and Seafood to get a taste of what this city offers. Traditional pubs, woodfire kitchens and Asian eateries round off this cool neighbourhood. Book into hotels such as Esplanade Fremantle or Pier 21 for easy access to the trendy industrial suburb on the river. Perth CBD is a great location for fine dining, and premium hotels can often contain popular restaurants, such as Fleur inside The Royal Hotel, an elegant and high-end dining experience. Try Wildflower for city views and Long Chim for Eastern culinary influences. You can stay in hotels such as QT Perth or Parmelia Hilton to be in a foodie's dream area.
When it comes to accommodation in Perth that is family friendly, you will find a holiday filled with great weather, safe and clean beaches, kid-friendly dining and fun-filled parklands to entertain children while you have a restful stay. An area to enjoy in Perth is Hillary’s Harbour, in Sorrento Beach. You can enjoy activities such as AQWA, the marine aquarium, as well as shops, cafes and restaurants, all built over the actual ocean. Catch the ferry to Rottnest Island and find a dedicated kid-friendly beach. The area is close enough to pop into the city to walk in the Botanic Gardens, visit Perth Zoo or spend the day browsing for fun and food at Fremantle Markets. Accommodation in Sorrento Beach such as the Quality Resort or The Spanish Lodge is well suited to a family wanting to spend some quality time together with sun, surf and sand.
There’s a great selection of hotels in Perth to book if you would like to be in a central base allowing for sights, attractions and fun without having to drive too far. If you feel like some arts and culture, take in the theatre, ballet or opera at the Perth Cultural Centre or witness great art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The Fremantle Arts Centre was originally built by deported British convicts and became an asylum and a war shelter, before opening its doors as an arts centre with coffee shops and exhibitions. The Fremantle Prison is a heritage site that holds great artefacts of the prison life of yesteryear. When staying in Perth, you can also take trips out to the surrounding areas such as Swan Valley, with its wine and brewery tours and coffee shops, or go swimming with dolphins and meet the penguins with Perth Wildlife Encounters, who offer great day trips in Rockingham. Fraser Suites will place you centrally, in great comfort.
When it comes to recommended areas to stay in Perth, you cannot go wrong by being placed centrally. You can find the best of all worlds and be central enough for good public transportation routes. Book into Travelodge Hotel or The Criterion Hotel for a good central spot in Perth CBD. Fremantle is another area that, apart from quality dining and bars, has some interesting attractions such as Fremantle Markets, with over 150 local shops and artisans. Federal Boutique Hotel complements the trendy, industrial vibe of the area, and the Bannister 22 hotel is a comfortable stay that puts you close to the centre of the suburb.