30 Oct 2019 - 31 Oct 2019

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Where to Stay in Perth

Perth is both the sunniest of Australia's provincial capitals and one of the most geographically isolated cities in the world. It sits on the banks of the Swan River between the Indian Ocean and the Nullarbor Desert. Visit its beaches and neighbourhoods like Northbridge and Subiaco for fashion, Mount Lawley for dining, and Leederville for shopping. King's Park and Botanic Garden brings the Bushland to the heart of Perth. There are plenty of hotels near the airport for the convenience of travellers.

The Beaches

Trig Beach and Cottesloe are family-friendly beaches. Trig Beach features a grassy area and a large playground for younger children. Cottesloe is popular for swimming, surfing, snorkeling, and cafes. Every March, Sculpture by the Sea transforms Cottesloe into an outdoor art gallery. Scarborough offers couples and singles a lively club and beach scene. North Beach offers rock pools, and Mettam's Pool offers a snorkeling reef.

1. Ocean Beach Hotel, a midrange hotel in Perth, offers activities for couples and singles at Cottesloe Beach. The sports bar features pool tables, betting, and large-screen TVs.

2. Smoke-free Sunmoon Boutique Resort at Scarborough Beach, a boutique hotel in Perth, is both family- and business-friendly. It hosts its own bar and restaurant.

The Neighbourhoods

Diverse Northbridge features local fashion designers, multicultural food stores, bars, street murals, and restaurants in Chinatown. Subiaco's farmer's market opens on Saturdays. Leederville offers alfresco cafes and assorted boutiques. Mount Lawley maintains a hipster vibe with pubs, bar-bistro combos, and edgier restaurants. Family-friendly Kings Park features the Western Australian Botanic Garden with over 3,000 plant species unique to Western Australia. Bushland, a protected conservation area, is accessible via walking and biking trails.

1. Smoke-free Sullivans Hotel, one of the family-friendly cheap hotels in Perth, offers a multilingual staff. Sullivans provides complimentary bicycles for riding the trails of Kings Park.

2. Smoke-free Rendezvous Hotel Perth Central is both business- and family-friendly. This midrange hotel in Perth provides a multilingual staff, four meeting rooms, and a sauna.

3. Smoke-free Miss Maud Swedish Hotel, a boutique hotel in Perth built in 1911, is both family- and business-friendly. The hotel features its own restaurant and pastry shop, a meeting room, a rooftop terrace, and connecting rooms.

Perth Airport Hotels

Staying near Perth Airport (PER) allows business travellers to focus on business without dealing with traffic or finding locations in an unfamiliar city. Searching hotels near the airport may also be a good way to find last-minute hotels in Perth.

Perth Airport Hotels

1. Toorak Lodge, one of the cheap hotels in Perth, offers an outdoor pool, nonsmoking rooms, and family rooms. The restaurant opens Monday through Thursday for dinner.

2. The family- and business-friendly Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth offers three meeting rooms, a business centre, and a conference space. Families can cook out on the barbecue grills. This midrange hotel in Perth also offers a bistro restaurant.

Perth attracts visitors who come to explore Western Australia, and it's also an important business destination. Last-minute hotels in Perth may be hard to find. Use our filters to find one that fits your needs.

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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 £ 72 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Perth is July, with an average price of £ 90 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £ 72 per night. This is 8% less than the average nightly price of £ 78 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Perth, the expected average temperature in October is 16.1°C/61.0°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) (6.67 miles).

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