Five Most Indulgent Hotels in Perth, Australia

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Five Most Indulgent Hotels in Perth, Australia
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Five Most Indulgent Hotels in Perth, Australia
      



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Five Most Indulgent Hotels in Perth, Australia
 
 
 
 


This piece explores Perth’s most luxurious stays. The capital city of Western Australia offers a bounty of cultural and natural attractions, and it is no wonder the city attracts visitors from around the world. Perth consists of a central business district, referred to by many as “The CBD”, and pieces of a suburban district. Local boundaries include Sawn River in the South and East, Kings Park in the West and various railways in the North. Recent gains within the mining industry created noticeable commercial growth for the CBD district.
Many hotels deem themselves luxury establishments, but only a few successfully rise to the challenge. According to the New York Times, traveler feedback reveals that highly rated venues combine aesthetically pleasing surroundings with attentive customer service. Here are the top five most-decadent Perth hotels as of April 2013 according to guest reviews and hotel descriptions.
Richardson Hotel and Spa
It is impossible to mention luxury without speaking of the Richardson Hotel and Spa. Popular among couples and business travelers, the 74-room boutique hotel sits within walking distance of the popular tourist destination known as King’s Park. Suites feature complimentary high-speed Internet service and kitchenettes for periodic snacking. Guests can take a dip in the pool, complete with a tranquil garden area or make an appointment for various body treatments performed by certified staff members.
Miss Maud Swedish Hotel
Room prices at Miss Maud’s include a huge breakfast spread, complete with fruits, meats and pastries. Situated in downtown Perth, a number of couples and solo travelers walk to nearby shopping malls and bars. Each of the 52 rooms has individual air conditioning controls, Wi-Fi Internet access and flat-screen television equipped with liquid crystal display (LCD) screens.
Crown Metropol Perth
An entertainment complex currently known as Crown Perth is home to the Crown Metropol Perth Hotel. Three room types accommodate all types of traveler, from young families to business groups. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, six onsite restaurants, a business lounge, beauty spa and nightly live entertainment at the resort theatre. Rooms feature plush, comfortable furnishings and some of the 397 guest suites feature enviable views of the Perth skyline.
Sebel Residence East Perth
Sebel Residences in East Perth offer breathtaking views of Claisebrook Cove and the Swan River. Guests are within walking distance of downtown Perth and enjoy use of a heated swimming pool, communal barbecue area, gym and bike hire services. 57 studio, one and two-bedroom units come with complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access.
The Terrace Hotel Perth
Western Perth is home to the Terrace Hotel Perth. Guests of the 15-room establishment enjoy complimentary high-speed Internet service, Apple television, in-room iPad privileges, Egyptian cotton sheets and a high-definition surround sound audio system. The hotel also features an onsite restaurant and bar.
Decadent hotels in Perth range from intimate, couples-friendly establishments to resort-style retreats. Each offers amenities that allow guests to unwind and relax. Most guests agree that each costs a pretty penny, but they cannot deny how much they enjoyed their stay.
This post was supplied by the folks at Skedaddle Car Hire in Perth, if you’d like to know more about Perth and what to see and do, make sure to log on to their site and navigate to the Perth pages.
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