Nov 25, 2019 - Nov 26, 2019

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Where to stay in Perth

Located where the Swan River meets the southwest coast, Perth – capital of Western Australia – is a tranquil city boasting a sandy beachfront and the huge Kings Park and Botanic Garden, which offers stunning views of the city itself.

Perth is a city with plenty on its doorstep allowing visitors the opportunity to combine a city center vacation with the chance to enjoy the crystal blue sea, white sandy beaches and an adventure into the outstanding wine region.

Public transport can be a quick and convenient option for many trips with buses, trains, ferries and taxis close at hand, especially if the city center is the primary destination, while other options are available for transport to the suburbs and further afield. Alternatively, visitors who want to explore one of the world's greatest untouched coast lines at their own leisure may prefer to opt to rent a car in Perth.

Hotels in Perth

1. Parmelia Hilton Perth

Located in the heart of the Perth Central Business District, the Hotel Parmelia Hilton is a luxury choice with a swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center within walking distance of Perth Arena, while the Elizabeth Quay is also less than a ten-minute walk away. The hotel's location also makes it an ideal choice for sightseeing, shopping and entertainment options.

2. Sullivans Hotel

A little less expensive, the three-star boutique-style Sullivans Hotel is just minutes from Perth Convention Exhibition Centre and Elizabeth Quay. The location is just a two-minute walk from the beach overlooking Swan River and the city's Central Business District with the hotel offering guests access to an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. The hotel's tour desk is also available to help with day tours and other sightseeing bookings.

3. Akara Hotel

The budget choice three-star Akara Hotel in the heart of the Perth Central Business District features a long list of amenities with both hotel- and hostel-style accommodation for tourists, backpackers and students. The location is also perfect to discover everything downtown Perth has to offer.

This information is correct as of January 2018

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Andy McPhedran
Andy McPhedran

Worked in W.A. for2 years. Loved weekends in Perth. Great nite life. Good bars. Friendly people, mostly Kiwis.

Bakh Trj9
Bakh Trj9

I had a good time surrounded by magnificient green environment, refreshes atmosphere and kind people.

Georgia Mul
Georgia Mul

Beautiful city with beautiful beaches, the absolute best in Australia! And the worldn

Qiian Yee
Qiian Yee

Relaxing. A lot of nice national parks to explore. Make sure to visit the cellar door in Margaret River.


The least expensive month is December, with an average of AED 340 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Perth is July, with an average price of AED 424 per night.
The average price of a hotel in November last year was AED 340 per night. This is 8% less than the average nightly price of AED 371 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Perth, the expected average temperature in November is 19.5°C/67.1°F. The warmest month is typically February, which averages 32.1°C/89.8°F. The coolest month is August, with temperatures averaging 7.0°C/44.6°F.
The nearest airport to Perth is Perth (PER) (10.73km).

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