All of our 101 rooms come with fast & free Wi-Fi if you need to plan your Perth adventures. After a long day out, refresh yourself under the dual shower heads and revitalizing SOAK amenities.
When it comes to chilling out, you’ll find that your favourite entertainment looks so much better on our 48-inch TV, especially from the comfort of your SilverNeedle DreamWeave SleepSystem, for the sleep you’ve always dreamed of.
Our rooms are available from $135/night*
*Rates are subjected to change and may vary by date and availability.
23 – 25 sqm
King size bed
Uninterrupted views of the Perth skyline
Perth's impressive Bell Tower
The restored Swan Brewery
Royal Perth Yacht Club
Magnificent homes overlooking the river and Fremantle's busy inner harbour
Western Australian fine wine tasting on the 9.45am and 2.15pm cruises
Walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway for views of the Perth city skyline and see a 750 year old Boab tree
Views this famous beach on the way to Fremantle
Explore this historical port situated on the mouth of the Swan River and find bargains at the markets (Friday, Saturday and Sunday only)
Cruise back along the Swan River from Fremantle
Explore the sights of Rottnest Island in air-conditioned comfort
Take in the historical, cultural and natural interest points of Rottnest Island
Lunch at Rottnest Lodge
View the annual migration of Humpback Whales from September to November
Enjoy the array of wildlife that inhabits Rottnest
The vast natural playground has over 63 beaches and 20 bays
Rottnest Island has a large range of activities to keep the family entertained for hours
Splash and slide on the floating aqua park in Thomson Bay located just a short walking distance from the main settlement is the family fun park
Rottnest boasts an incredibly rich heritage. Take a tour up to Oliver Hill on the
Captain Hussey, view relics at the Rottnest Museum, Lomas Cottage and Pilot Boat House
Visit 3 wineries in the Swan Valley
Visit an award winning microbrewery
History and charm on the Perth outskirts
Colonial towns, crafts and Western Australia's first wine growing region
An opportunity to see koalas, wombat and kangaroo close up
Look for native wildflowers from September through to November
Cross vast big sky scrub and pasturelands
Look for kangaroos and emus on the endless plains
Visit a lobster farm on a guided tour
Enjoy a picnic lunch at the coastal town of Cervantes
See Namburg National Park - home of the Pinnacles
Take a guided walk through the Pinnacles desert and it's limestone pillars created by the forces of nature
Take a break at the cray fishing port of Lancelin on the Indian Ocean with time for a short stroll on the beach
Enjoy thrills with giant four wheel driving across and down the massive Lancelin sand dunes - exhilarating!
Try your hand at sandboarding on the dunes - a really fun experience for any age
Drive past the sights of the Swan River, The Bell Tower and the Perth City skyline on your way to the Swan Valley
Have a unique wildlife experience at Caversham Park where you’ll meet native Australian animals and birds including Kangaroos, Koalas, wombats, local farm and poultry animals.
Get a taste of farm life at Molly’s Farm, meet reptiles, birds of prey.
Visit a local winery to enjoy delicious tastings of local wine and other delicious produce, including chocolate from the famous local Chocolate Company.
Explore and be involved in the colourful rich heritage of the Aboriginal culture, arts and wooden crafts, visit the Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery for the insights of the indigenous cultural activities, talks, performances and bush tucker, as well as a gallery full of local Aboriginal art, exquisitely different hand painted gifts and high quality Australian made souvenirs.
Drive into the Perth Hills to a local orchard and take the opportunity to purchase fresh or/and dried, seasonal produced fruits like Nectarines, Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Apricots, Persimmons, Apples, Avocados, Pears, Oranges and Mandarins and also have them box packed to take back home.
Choose to be dropped off to the doorstep of your accommodation or, alternatively, Northbridge, Chinatown or Crown Casino for dinner (at own cost).
Longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at Busselton
Margaret River township
Enjoy tastings of various wines at a local winery
Margaret River Chocolate Factory
Ngilgi Cave at Yallingup
View stalactites and stalagmites