If you look up hotels in Perth, you will find that the list of options seems endless which can be a bit overwhelming, to the point where you may end up really struggling to make a choice. This is especially true if it is your first time visiting a city like Perth because it can feel near impossible to know where to start. That is why we compiled this list of the best hotels in Perth for you. We have taken a look at that extensive list of hotels found in Perth and compiled a smaller, more manageable list of eight of the best options so that you can decide which hotel is the best for you and your group.
Right in the middle of the city of Perth, located on the Esplanade, you will find this fabulous hotel with its modern, hipster design. The Quay has absolutely stunning views of the Swan River and Elizabeth Quay. The prime location and views are just two of the reasons why this hotel is considered one of Perth's best.
Because it is a relatively new hotel, you will have access to all the most modern amenities, and if it is a work trip rather than a personal one, they have a perfect communal workspace for you and your coworkers to get things done while still enjoying the beautiful landscape that is the city of Perth.
The Quay offers very reasonably priced rooms, especially with The Elizabeth Quay Studio rooms, but if you want to splurge a little bit, the Luxury studios provide guests with cozy window seats to curl up on and enjoy the treetop views in addition to some other great amenities.
Approx. AUD $150
18 The Esplanade, Perth WA 6000
If you are a lover of all things, grandeur and luxury, Crown Towers will meet all of your expectations and more. Found on the southern side of the Swan River, Crown Towers feels like its own relaxing island, but really it is only a ten-minute taxi ride from the center of the city.
Any of the 500 rooms at Crown Towers would make a great choice for a relaxing getaway or staycation as they offer pretty much everything you could need from bars to restaurants to spas to fitness centers. You also have plenty of amazing options in the room itself, with luxurious scoop baths, fabulous room service, and awe-inspiring views.
Approx. AUD $300
Great Eastern Highway
The InterContinental has all the luxury features and feeling that the other hotels on this list have, but there are also added touches throughout the hotel, such as gorgeous artwork that really gives it a home-like feel. Of course all the rooms are stunning, but with the fabulous Club Rooms, guests also get access to the Club Lounge, where they can relax or work while enjoying high tea, cocktails or canapes.
For time out of the hotel room, they have amazing indoor and outdoor communal spaces and they are right in the center of Perth if you are looking for a night out with your friends or a romantic evening. The InterContinental also makes a great venue for events of all different kinds, including weddings.
Since the hotel first opened over seven decades ago, the InterContinental has been providing guests with unparalleled experiences.
Approx. AUD $300
815 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000
Hyatt Regency is a sophisticated, modern hotel located right by the Swan River and close to the shopping district found in East Perth, making it a great location for your stay. Furthermore, they have tons for you to do on the actual property, from a tennis and squash court, an amazing outdoor pool to five different restaurants. They even offer a babysitting service if you and your spouse want a romantic date without kids constantly at your feet.
The hotel was built in 1984, making it one of the oldest five-star luxury hotels in the area. The outside is very modern in design, but the lobby is beautifully classic looking, and any of the 367 guest rooms are perfect for a relaxing getaway.
Approx. AUD $200
99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000
The Alex is a stylish, trendy hotel found right behind Little Creatures Brewery, one of the most popular spots around two. One of the coolest features about The Alex is the design. The interior was completely designed by local designers that used colorful textiles, stunning works of art, and custom furnishings to make the hotel have tons of personality and stand apart from its competitors.
They also have tons of variety when it comes to rooms, so no matter what your party size or your group's demographic, there will be a room option for you. They even have one option with 4 bunk beds for a weekend in Perth with all of your best buds.
As far as food and drink, they have lots of options from artisan spirits to local coffee and delicious food, which you can then work off as a part of their running club or during a rooftop yoga class.
Approx. AUD $200
50 James Street, Perth WA 6000
Four Points By Sheraton Perth is a fabulous hotel for those looking to not spend their entire savings for a stay in Perth. You will find this budget-friendly hotel right across from Perth's RAC Arena, which is within walking distance from the center of the city and Kings Square precinct.
It is an older hotel, but recently it has been given a facelift, allowing it to stand up to its more expensive competition. With the new updates, there is a marble lounge, fabulous bar-restaurant, and other great upgrades that really make the whole hotel feel fresh and new.
They do not have quite as many services and facilities as some of the other hotels on this list, but they still cover all the basics from a bar and restaurant to laundry, fitness center, and Wi-Fi.
Approx. AUD $175
707 Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000
Tribe Perth is a modern hotel with interiors that look like they were picked right out of a design magazine. Down to the very smallest, every detail was expertly designed: from the black columns to the plush velvet chairs. Furthermore, each of the 126 different guest rooms is suited with gadgets and gizmos that will make your stay at the hotel everything you could hope for.
Tribe Perth is definitely different from pretty much all of the other hotels on this list. There are no minibars, no concierges, no pools or fitness centers, and no bellhops because they follow the philosophy that you should pay for what you use and not what you don't. The spaces and services they have were created with a lot of care, such as their communal spaces, library, lounge, and bike-sharing service.
Approx. AUD $150
4 Walker Avenue, Perth WA 6000
Como The Treasury, once a government building, now is a city-style hotel that you will find right in the center of the beautiful city of Perth. While this location alone makes it a prime hotel, the gorgeous, classic style of the interior and the rooftop restaurant where you can eat dinner while overlooking the Swan really sets it apart from the rest.
The hotel is smaller than some of the others on this list, with only 48 different guest rooms, but the rooms are spacious and luxurious. There are also shared spaces designed with elegant yet very minimalistic details that really allow guests to focus on the history. The hotel is complete with a bar where you can enjoy treats and drinks and a full-service spa. They also offer 24-hour concierge, room service, housekeeping, turn down services, etc.
Approx. AUD $550
1 Cathedral Avenue, Perth WA 6000
The Westin hotel, located right near the commercial heart of Perth, has 368 spacious guest rooms that have a wide variety of features ranging from USB charging points and pod coffee to triangular tables that also provides a desk place if you need to work. In the bathroom, you will find a roomy shower or a stone-framed tub, either of which you can ask for when you make your reservation, and the toilet is hidden behind a huge mirror where you can admire your outfit before hitting the city.
Outside of the rooms, the Westin Perth has a hotel restaurant that opened up in partnership with a celebrity chef, Guy Grossi. At the restaurant, they serve delicious, traditional Roman dishes and homemade leavened bread. They also have a lounge that serves cheaper, health-focused food options and drinks if you are looking for something a little more budget (and calorie) friendly.
Approx. AUD $275
480 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000