Luxury Hotels in Perth

Perth is the city where the urban way of life is integrated with the diverse and boundless nature of Western Australia, Australia’s largest state. As this destination city encompasses escapes both within the city centre and the surrounding suburbs. Neighbourhoods such as Fremantle is accessible by a quick ferry ride where alfresco dining is flavourful and abundant. Just 3 hours drive to the south is the world famous wine region of Margaret River. A harmonious city intertwining inner-city vibes to the ebb and flow of the Swan River and surrounding parks ensures a balanced visit full of attractions and outdoor activities. To elevate your stay, Perth offers a range of 5-star hotels at Elizabeth Quay with views of the river and a team ready to support your idyllic escapes. With vast areas of nature, integration with the native inhabitants and wildlife is the epitome of Australia. Consider a day visit to Rottnest Island where meeting with a Quokka is guaranteed. These small-sized furry friends, along with whale watching during the Spring months, and snorkelling in the crystal turquoise water are some must-do island adventures. Alternatively, take a quick retreat to Cottlesloe Beach, a 30-minute drive from the city to reach the coast of white sandy beaches. Popular for snorkelling, surfing, stunning restaurants and charming cafes, you can easily spend the day until sunset and make your way back to your chosen luxury hotel.

Pan Pacific – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

The Melbourne Hotel – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

Duxton Hotel – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

QT – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

Crown Metropol – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

Hyatt Regency – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

The Westin – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

COMO The Treasury – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

Crown Towers – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

The Ritz-Carlton – Perth

Rating: 8.7

prices from: $350 AUD

After securing your luxury hotel in Perth it is time to begin planning your dream travel itinerary for this laid-back city. To assist in creating the perfect experience, we are sharing eight of the most enjoyable things to do and places to see in the Perth metropolitan region.

Visit Kings Park

With spectacular city views and vast bushlands, Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and well conserved inner-city parks. It is home to thousands of native plants and has a rich cultural heritage, with historical ties to European settlers and the local Indigenous Australian people. Enjoy a walk through the parklands, pay your respects at the State War Memorial or connect with the culture of the Noongar people. Once you have worked up an appetite, dine at Fraser’s Kings Park, an iconic Perth institution.

Explore the Perth Cultural Centre

The Perth Cultural Centre is nestled in between the Perth CBD and Northbridge entertainment precinct. It is a vibrant space in the heart of the city, where art, culture, and history come together. Many of Western Australia’s key arts and cultural institutions can be found here, included the Art Gallery of Western Australian, State Library and newly renovated WA Museum Boola Bardip.

Relax at the Beach

Western Australia is famous for its beautiful beaches, and one needs to look no further than the Perth coastline to see that this reputation is well deserved. Scarborough Beach, City Beach and Cottesloe Beach have white sands, crystal-clear water and breath-taking sunsets. Only a short stroll away are vibrant restaurants and bars that are perfect for meal overlooking the ocean.

Explore Perth Hils Artisan Markets

For a unique memory of your time spent in Perth, be sure to stop by the Perth Hills Artisan Markets (PHAM). It’s the best known market in the city and has an incredible selection of hand-crafted treats that simply can’t be found in most other main-street retail shops. Here you’ll also find excellent food and coffe, as well as musicians to keep you entertained. Love And Labels is another local business located in the Perth area with a lots of unique and interesting treats on offer.

Wander around Fremantle

One of the original settlements of Western Australia, Fremantle has become an eclectic blend of different cultures and styles. Wander through the streets discovering vibrant street art, historically significant buildings, trendy cafes, and stores filled with handcrafted and bespoke items. From Friday through to Sunday the iconic Fremantle Markets are open, selling fresh local produce, handmade creations, and delicious snacks.

Cruise up the Swan River

Take in unique views of Perth by cruising up and down the Swan River. Stretching from the Indian Ocean to the Darling Ranges, you can see the entire city from the comfort of a premium cruising ferry. Choose a time and experience that suits you, with breakfast, lunch, and evening cruises (after taking in one of the great Perth restaurants) on offer.

Go Wild at Penguin Island and the Shoalwater Marine Park

Only five minutes from the mainland, Penguin Island is a small island teeming with exciting marine life. You can meet the islands namesake, a colony of little penguins, famous for being the world’s smallest penguin species. Afterwards, cruise through the Shoalwater Marine Park to see wild dolphins, rare Australian sea lions and a fossilised ancient forest.

Sample Local Produce in the Swan Valley

On the northern edge of Perth is the Swan Valley, one of Australia’s iconic wine regions. Here, you can sample the vast range of premium local produce that comes from its many farms, vineyards, breweries, orchards, and distilleries. You can drive through the valley at your own pace or sit back and enjoy a guided wine tour.

Experience Rottnest Island

Off the coast of Perth is Rottnest Island, home to the selfie loving quokka! You can reach this idyllic island via the daily ferries leaving from Hillarys and Fremantle, or by chartering your own private yacht. Hire a bike to explore the various beaches and coves or see it from above with a sightseeing helicopter or plane ride. There is plenty to see under the water too, so prepare to grab a snorkel and jump in.