Ratings based on 112 Verified Reviews
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4.1 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Western Australia
Close to Convention CentrePosted Aug 26, 2014
Pros: The location, very quiet.
Cons: A bit of maintenance to brighten a well used feeling in places.
Location: Great location in easy walk of Perth Convention Centre, railway stations, and the city.
We stayed here for three nights while attending a conference at the Perth Convention Centre. The location was fabulous. Only a 100 meter walk from accomodation to conference, and we were provided with umbrellas to keep dry when it was raining. (When driving), It is really difficult to get to, as there are virtually no signs to guide you through the works area. The driveway is concealed and difficult to enter. Parking cost is extremely expensive. The restaurant is ok, but tends to be overrun by yuppies at night. Internet connection is an out of touch hourly rate that no one can justify these days, especially when the tariff is not cheap. The room was very comfortable, but poorly serviced each day. The room we had facing the PCC was very quiet. Overall, a good place to stay with friendly helpful staff and good location.
for Otherby A verified traveler from Perth Western Australia
Disabled facilitiesPosted Aug 22, 2014
Pros: Staff very helpful, room was large
Cons: The shower door, automatic closing curtains, plates on lower shelves. Borrow a wheelchair and see how you would manage
Location: In the heart of town so lots of things to do
As I am in a wheelchair I booked the disabled room had a lot of good points - space under basin in kitchen and bathroom. Large bathroom. Things that could be improved 1 all plates in overhead cupboards- impossible to reach while sitting down. 2 not enough space between end of bed and wall together to curtains to close at night 3 the glass doors on the shower opened out wards - so unable to close doors when in the shower as wheelchair in the way I find a lot of hotels assume you will have partner/ carer with them who could help with above problems - but I like my indendence so travel alone.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Very handy to city centrePosted Aug 16, 2014
Pros: Very handy to city centre and easy access ie overbridge rather than dealing with traffic and lights etc
Cons: The airconditioning seemed only to be on too warm, had to sleep with the door onto the verandah open all night.
It was very short, one night but everything was most satisfactory except for the airconditioning - see below.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Singapore
Clean, modern hotel in Perth CBDPosted Jul 26, 2014
Pros: Location, clean, modern, furnished apartment.
Cons: Pretty okay overall.
Location: Walking distance to the shops and cafes of Hay St Mall and St George's Terrace. Even if not, just hop on to the available CAT lines to save walking.
Excellent location and affordable. At the heart of Perth CBD, near to bus depot and train station, plus within walking distance to central shopping/cafe district, it's very convenient. Hotel location offers easy hop-ons to the available free CAT lines. Apartment rooms are furnished from cutlery to crockery, with nice spacious bathroom (bathtub inclusive) facilities.
by A verified traveler from Butler WA
Good Food and Wine showPosted Jul 15, 2014
Cons: Cheaper car parking per day. I think that should be included in the price
Location: shopping . take the ferry to South Perth (Zoo) trade events at Perth Convention centre or if you have a wedding there. Great place to stay .
As an Exhibitor for the Good Food and wine show 2014, This was the perfect location and hotel for this event. Having an studio apartment has everything you need with kitchen and washing machine and dryer. We were comfortable with a reverse cycle air conditioner for cool or if you need the heat on. A balcony outside to watch and see the rich and famous up in their penthouse suites near Kings Park.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Regional NSW
Clean and comfortablePosted Jul 9, 2014
Close to bus station and Esplanade. Easy to get around the city using the CAT free bus service.
for Everyoneby Ziwen from Singapore
close to convention centre.Posted Jun 27, 2014
Pros: the service from the staff is awesome.
Cons: I found out that there isn't any iron in the room. somehow, there is a ironing table, but no iron provided for the room which I stayed in.
Location: nearest places of interest: Perth Zoo, NorthBridge and Habourtown. Accessible to nearby bus port and train station (Esplanade).
it's quite awesome and quiet. suitable for peaceful stay.
Recommendedby Frequent traveller from Melbourne
let down by the unclean roomPosted May 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
everything was great except for a room that was probably not cleaned properly for months. when I hung up white bathroom mat after my shower it was brown from the dirty floor. same in the kitchen. dried food/drink splashes all over the outsides of the cupboards and on the wall and skirting board! the couch was all stained and not pleasant to sit on. HOWEVER, the staff and managers were very very nice and did try to rectify to the best of their ability. Really great service and location but those floors had not been washed for months I expect.
for Everyoneby Ahmed from Perth
it is good hotel close from everythingPosted May 2, 2014
it always say free internet but it is only 150 MB, ten you have to pay to get internet, they said free parking but it is limited so you have to check with reception first, but generally it good and comfortable as it close from everything in CBD.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 24, 2014 on Hotels.com