Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

285 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont, Western Australia, 6104, Australia
Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth
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Accomodation near Perth airport

by deerixp

Hi all,

I will be flying from Singapore with my bf to Perth. We will reach at around 11pm and will fly off to Melbourne via domestic flight next day afternoon.

Is there any recommended accomodation near Perth airport and free transport from airport to hotel and vice versa? Preferably not too expensive for the 1 night stay.

Thanks folks!!

Re: Accomodation near Perth airport

by TheWanderingCamel

If you're leaving in the afternoon, why not stay in the city and at least take a bit of a look around before you leave for the airport next day? It only takes 30 minutes to get out to the airport from the city centre and you only need to check in 30 minutes before your flight so you could have a bit of time.

What do you call "not too expensive"?

I don't know that anywhere provides a free shuttle to and from the airport

Re: Accomodation near Perth airport

by summa

Intercity motel on great eastern highway is about 10- min from airport and free airport transfer (not sure on that though from airport,but free to airport).
But checkout is 10am so you will still have few hours ,so as last poster says it would be best to go into the City

Re: Accomodation near Perth airport

by aussirose

I agree with Leyla. Why not stay in Perth for the night. Taxi into Perth is only around $40. And you can catch a bus to the domestic airport from St Georges Terrace....Bus no. 37 or 40 will take you right there.
A couple of good reasonably priced hotels in town are the Ibis and Miss Maud.

That way you can check out Kings Park in the morning. A nice trip to do would be to take the little tram from the Bell Tower on the water front up to Kings Park - $8 and then catch the bus no. 37 or 39 back down to St Georges Terrace Perth and that trip is free.

Hope this helps.
Cheers, Ann :o)

Re: Accomodation near Perth airport

by deerixp

Thanks all for the advice.

I am thinking of staying in Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth at Belmont as it provides compliementary transfers to and from airport (24 hrs). Am still exploring the different options.

Re: Accomodation near Perth airport

by aussirose

Yep I know where that is....good choice :o) You'd be able to get a bus from there into Perth for a few hours in the morning as well.
Cheers, Ann.

Hotels Perth

by macman2004uk

Hi Everyone:
Two questions concerning Perth, first is can you recommend a Hotel near Perth Airport for our early departure?
We are also looking for on the way into Perth a good downtown location Hotel, not too extravagant for us to use as our base hotel, when we arrive ideal for all the sights.
John McNally
Newcastle on Tyne
Sunday 1 May 2005.
18:22hrs GMT.

RE: Hotels Perth

by worldinabag


I presume you mean Perth Australia. This is my home city.

Have a look at this one - City Water Apartment - For A$80 a night you get a 1 bedroom studio with cooking facilities. It is in the city and has a huge park and the river in front of it. Their website states they have a regular airport shuttle bus. Otherwise a taxi is around A$20 for a 15 minute ride (early morning). Very handy to shops, Kings Park, casino and Northbridge. Ten minute walk for train to Fremantle (A$3).

I hope you enjoy your stay. Just for your info May to September is cold/windy/wet.

RE: Hotels Perth

by Jenelle7

There are quite a few hotels in Perth City that are cheap and decent and close to transport and restarants etc.
There is the Kings Perth Hotel which is located on Hay St (one of the main streets in Perth). It will cost you about $70 a night, and the rooms are clean and comfortable. It is within walking distance to all the shops, restaurants and transport.
The Commodore Hotel is also on Hay St and will cost you about $85 a night. It is slightly further from the main area, but still very close. The rooms are decent.

The City Waters Perth is located on Terrace Rd which is slightly out of the centre of Perth, but for $80 a night you get a 1 brm apartment with a proper kitchen and possible views of the swan river. The area is quieter, though further away from the action.

For a place closer to the airport, there is the Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth, which is on Great Eastern Hwy. It will cost you about $80 per night. They have a courtest coach that will pick you up and drop you off at the airport. They are a "flag choice" hotel so they have a certain standard to live up to.

The Inter City Motel is slightly nicer and is also on Great Eastern Hwy. It will cost you about $100 per night, and they also have free transfers to the airport.

Hope this has helped.

RE: RE: Hotels Perth

by macman2004uk

Hi Jenelle:
Thanks for the hotel tips for Perth, we will be checking them out over the weekend.
John Mac
Newcastle on Tyne
Friday 6 May 2005.
19:05hrs GMT

RE: RE: Hotels Perth

by carolondon

Anything on Great Estern Hwy is close to the airport, look for Belmont/Rivervale as the suburb and you'll be fine. But Even the city is not too far from the airport, especially if you are driving early am when the roads are free.

Travel Tips for Perth

Visit Rottnest Island

by Gwynneth

Visit Rottnest Island... you can get around on bikes or walk... there are no cars just people powered vehicles. Crystal blue ocean surrounds this small island.

Scuba diving, surfing, snokeling and sailing are some of the things you can find yourself getting the urge to try at this magical little place.

Great resturants and accommodation are ready to serve you if you can't leave the unique wildlife and island lifestyle that insists on you relaxing leaving your worldly cares behind on the mainland.

Follow this link for a great site to find out more about Rottnest Island only 20 minutes by Island Supercat from the Fremantle Habour near Perth Western Australia. Watching the sunset over the ocean from the white sandy beaches and secluded bays at Rottnest Island. Little Parokeet Bay is my favourite.

There's nothing like sharing good times with friends in an environment like this.

The Beach in Winter

by leanne_pearc

VISIT THE BEACH IN WINTER - Hey just cos you come to Australia in winter doesn't mean you have to miss the beaches. They are still there and although you may not be able to sunbath or swim they look just as beautiful. It is possible to swim in some of the beaches that is if it is not too cold and dangerous. This picture is of CAPE NATURALISTE. Do not swim, it is way to dangerous and yet it was that dangerous look that made it all so pretty.


by DreamerDan

Well it doesnt really qualify as a night spot but all that glitters here is gold. This is a full production goldmine at Kalgoorlie ,east of Perth,in 'The Golden Mile'. The richest mile of earth in the world for gold. The scale is mind blowing....for the late 80,s drillers drilled and filled underground holes with explosive for a solid 6 months. The resulting blast gave enough minable ore to avoid another blast for the following 18 months. Also in Kalgoolie is The Hanault Mine which is an operating underground tourist descend to about 800 feet underground which is the first level. On this level,unlike subsequent levels,there is aproximately 100 miles of linked tunnels thruout the whole of the Golden Mile.


by TheWanderingCamel

Each year, for three wonderful weeks in late summer, Perth's arts scene explodes with a dazzling array of theatre, dance, music, comedy, writers, visual arts and more from all over the world. Perth International Arts Festival ( PIAF) is the country's longest running arts festival and every year we are treated to an absolute feast of events - many of which are free, many others taking place under the stars as we enjoy our balmy summer nights - that enchant, delight, stimulate, shock, provoke - all the things that a good arts festival should do.
Standouts for me in recent years have been The Peony Pavilion - a gorgeous full length (18 hours over a whole weekend!) Chinese opera; The Angel Project - evidence of angels in city life; Anthony Gormley's extraordinary sculptures installed on the vast shimmering wasteland of a salt lake on the edge of the desert; Cloudstreet - Tim Winton's wonderful book about love and loss brought alive on stage; magic nights of ballet in an old quarry turned ampitheatre; the wisdom of South African playwright, Athol Fugard, and the colour and vibrancy of the Soweto Dance Theatre - the list goes on ....
This year was a winner. Les Vielles des Abysses - fantastical circus from France - and The Dragon's Trilogy - French-Canadian Robert Lepage's masterly telling of the 20th century - were both brilliant - and this was just the beginning!
A glorious rendering of Richard Strauss's Four Last Songs, extraordinary retellings of ancient tales - Gilgamesh (in Polish!) and The Odyssey were more standouts.
Can't wait for next year!

Australia Day

by aussirose

If you happen to be in Perth on 26th January, this is our Australia Day and consequently fireworks. Just make sure you arrive early and get a good spot along the river front. It's a big family get together here in Perth

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 Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth

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Address: 285 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont, Western Australia, 6104, Australia