- Reviews: 1139
Aberdeen Lodge: Best Backpackers in Perth
If you are young and want to be where the action is, then the Aberdeen Lodge is in the right spot! It's located 2 streets behind the restaurant & nightclub alley of Perth - James Street and is next door and opposite to the best 2 nightclub venues in town - The Shed and The Deen. The place looks nice from the outside with a tropical garden look but I hear that it is not so clean on the inside. However if you are young and love to party, then for a bargain price and location as well as a good place to meet people from all around the world, I would look no further than the Aberdeen Lodge.
- Reviews: 1139
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It almost seems too good to be true!! Up to 65% off Hotel Accommodation in Perth. Please check out this site before booking anything in Perth!! The bargains are too good to be true!! Also there's lots of extra freebees included. Please bookmark this site for future reference.
- Reviews: 57
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle Perth: Close to the action of Freo
This 4 star hotel is very nice for people who want to be in on the action but not too close to the city. It is about a 20min drive to the city, though why would you want to go when there is so much happening in Freo. This hotel is close to pubs, clubs, restaurants, shops and the markets. It really is a good choice if you don't have a car. The hotel itself is what you would expect from a 4 star hotel (and maybe a little more). The rooms and bathrooms are of a good size and very clean. Some have views of the pool or of the marina. This hotel is great to stay at in summer as there are two pools and 3 jacuzzi's (all heated) and a bar right next to both.
I don't think that I would choose to eat in the hotel when there are much nicer and cheaper place a few metres away.
The pools and spa's are great in summer and winter. Both are warm enough to visit all year round.
- Reviews: 461
Old Firestation Backpakers: Old Firestation Backpakers
A unique Hostel located in the heart of Fremantle, just two minutes walk from the bus and train station. The building the hostel is in, was once the Fremantle firestation, which is one of its Unique Qualities. They still have the red fire doors, and Fire pole to prove it.
Like most hostels, the staff are all backpackers themselves, and are eager to answer any questions you may have about things to do, or give out friendly advice about finding work.
The hostel seems to love to show movies and eat pizza. If i had it my way, it would be pizza night, every night. Thats why i dont own a hostel..yet. They also love to knock back a few beers, light up the BBQ, and open up the dance floor.
Room prices are decent. Startng from 17 dollars for a 8 bed dormshare, and just 2 dollars more for a 4 bed dormshare. There are also private rooms available for 45 dollars a night, with tv, video, and fridge included. Not bad for a hostel.
In conclusion, a great unique place to stay, with plenty of daily activities, food, and a great staff. For more on the hostel, visit the following link to their website. Old Firestation Backpackers
- Reviews: 1418
City Central Holiday Apartments-Claisebrook Court: Apartment in Eastern Perth
The apartment is a little away from the main city and made up for it by the quiet neighbourhood which is mainly residential. Unfortunately, it also means that the grocery stores are further away as well. The group owns a few units of apartment in various buildings so you may never know what you really get. Claisebrook Court, which I resided was quite alright, comes with a TV, washing machine and dryer and big electronic fans. It's not air-conned so it may get a little warm in the summer. If you choose to walk, it's about a 20-25 minutes walk into the center of the city.
- Reviews: 270
Murray Street Lodge Hotel: A rare find
A rare find - very friendly staff, all amenities, close to everything and very affordable too.
Murray Street Lodge Hotel (formally Murray Street Lodge) is easy to reach from Perth Airport as it is very close to the freeway and therefore no problems in trying to find.
The rooms are generous and have a king sized bed (actually 2 singles "bolted together") and a single bed. Also a couch, a reading/writing desk and chair, open clothes hanging area, small fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. Perhaps the only down side is small bathrooms.
Public area includes 2 guest use computers and a general purpose breakfast/bar/restaurant area. Breakfast is included in the terrif and is self serve and consists of fruit juice, choice of cereals, 3 types of bread for toasting and selection of jams/vegemite, then coffee or tea. There's a small swimming pool and a beer garden. The free CAT bus stops at the door and is every 10 minutes Monday to Friday. A block away in Hay Street is a choice of small supermarkets and a few cafes/restaurants - warning, many are closed at the weekends/public holidays. Free car parking for guest cars is an added bonus and there is a large fuel station next door.
The Hotel is close (almost walking distance) to the famous Subiaco Oval and the bars and nightlife of Subiaco.
Price is a very reasonable $A135 per night for 2 people and there is a discount for seniors, but card holders must advise when booking and/or checking in.
All up a great place to stay and the price is the real clincher
- Reviews: 1536
Cervantes Lodge: close to the pinnacles
Cervantes Lodge is one of the few accommodations to stay close to the Nambung National Park with the famous Pinnacles Desert. And located about 270 north of Perth we decided to stay for one night to visit the Pinnacles. Cervantes is just 20 km’s from the desert.
The Lodge is very suitable for backpackers (and those travelling on a budget) with basic dorms and rooms. We had one of the few rooms with private ensuites; not too fancy but anyway.
Upon arrival we had to pay for the room to a rather unfriendly person in the reception and heard it was not possible to have breakfast, because the restaurant was closed (January 2007: still closed) and we had to buy some food for our breakfast next day in a local supermarket.
Although we stayed more often in hostels, this was not or type of accommodation.
Suitable for backpackers and those travelling on a budget.
Meant for us: somewhat unsatisfied.
- Reviews: 10970
The Royal Hotel
The Royal Hotel offers accommodation which is close to the city centre and public transport. They have 32 rooms, 11 rooms with private ensuite, 21 with shared bathroom. The standard and single/double rooms have cable TV., tea/coffee making facilities, air-conditioning and ironing equipment. Check in times are between 8.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday and on weekends and after hours, the check-in is at the Wentworth Plaza Hotel (300 Murray St – 2 mins walk).
- Reviews: 127
Glory Orchard Farm Resort: Farmstay
The chalet is a 20 star compare to Criterion hotel. The 2 bedroom chalet is huge and spacious and very very clean. The chalet faces a manmade lake.
In terms of farm activity, it is severely lacking. Kids only get to feed horses and sheeps,pluck sour oranges and see the winery, thats all.
Food was not so good..The owner was nice enough to take us to Bindoon town as there was nothing to do in the farm, not that there was anything to do in the town, it was a nice drive though, just to fill up the time.
It was awesome to see so many stars at night. Coming from Singapore where its so difficult to see stars, we were really starstruck,could have stayed out all night to watch the stars except it was so so cold..
- Reviews: 461
Pinnacles Beach Backpackers: Pinnacles Backpackers
If you are looking for a great place to stay in while visiting the Pinnacles, then the Pinnacles Beach Backpackers is the place for you.
Tony and Dineke Lambert opened the Backpackers in Jan. 1997. In the 8 years since they have opened, they have also added on the Cervantes Lodge. A addition to the property that now offers deluxe en-suite rooms. So whether you are looking for a dorm-shore room, a private room, or a delux ocean view with en-suit. The Pinnacles Beach Backpackers/Cervantes Lodge can now offer it.
The property also has a full kitchen. With everything you need from, pots, pans, silverware, stove, frig, spices, mocrowave, and much more. It was no problem cooking my famous "Bryan's Spaghetti Extravaganza".
Theres also a tv lounge, small library of books, internet access, and the new on-site Don Quixote's Restaurant. Serving everything from Lamb, Beef, Kangaroo, Fish, Lasagne, and much more.
4/6/8-bed dorms/ $22 per person
Double rooms with share facilities $60 per couple
Double rooms with Ocean views/en-suite $90 per couple
For more on the Backpackers and Lodge. Visit the following link to their officail website The Pinnacles Backpackers and Cervantes Lodge
- Reviews: 57
Como Resort Broadwater: Minutes from Perth CBD
With a view over the river, undercover security parking and spacious apartments, this apartment hotel has everything you need for a long or short stay.
The rooms are great, with a spa in every room and for people who plan on staying a while, most of the apartments also have proper kitchens, with a good size fridge, microwave and cooking utensils.
There is free foxtel and most of the rooms have balconies to put up your feet and relax looking over the river.
Though so close to the freeway, the rooms are very quiet.
There is a heated indoor/outdoor pool and the underground FREE parking is a plus, considering most hotels charge extra for parking.
- Reviews: 1418
GREAT PERTH HOSTELS REVIEW SITE
The BUG Australia guide is both a great guidebook & forum to tap for reviews from folks who had actually stayed at the hostels you are looking for.
Very comprehensive and useful!
- Reviews: 15
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle Perth: Number one in Fremantle
It´s an alternative to a Perth City hotel. Just a few steps away from the "Capuccino Strip" and the harbour front. 4 stars correct.
Can highly recommend this hotel!
- Reviews: 1
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle Perth: Fremantle's best romantic getaway
We had a fantastic time because the room and service was excellent. We enjoyed lazing by the pool and Fremantle has so much to see and do. It was also nice just being able to wander back to a nice hotel after enjoying a meal at one of the many nice restaurants available in Freo
- Reviews: 3
Camping: Woodman Point
To appreciate the vastness of the State and to obtain the best from your efforts nothing really surpasses a Kombi Camper.
I have my own Kombi.
They, however, are available for hire.
Inexpensive and practical.
Many areas to camp, and provision for showering etc.
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