The choice of hotels for a business trip to Perth is huge.
This guide gives you a quick way to create a shortlist, by focusing on the key points about each one.
Location is usually the top priority, closely followed by services and facilities. All of these hotels offer business travellers the comfort they need, flexible dining options, a space to work and free wifi. The serviced apart'hotels all have kitchen facilities. It then comes down to whether you're looking for a bolthole for one or a corporate hotel for a Perth based conference.
Lastly, many business travellers want a hotel that gives them more than a place to stay and work. The style of the accommodation and ways to relax during downtime are important too. Our guide is divided into hotels with a unique style, serviced apartments for those wanting more space and independence, and the classics that many return to for reliability and familiarity.
Location: 50 James Street, Northbridge, close to Perth's Cultural Centre
Key features: comfortable spaces to think, work or relax; meeting room; Shadow Wine Bar; private dining room available; books to borrow; free use of bicycles; honour bar on the rooftop; fresh air in your room thanks to windows that open. Style: Casual and welcoming, designed to blend work and play, a hotel for easygoing business travellers.
Location: 27 Rowe Avenue, Rivervale - between the airport and Perth City, close to Crown Perth and Optus Stadium
Key features: Large, airy rooms; several event and meeting spaces; rooftop ballroom; sweeping river views; Springs Kitchen plus local restaurant dinner delivery service; 24 hour gym; heated outdoor splash pool. Style: modern with a touch of retro and splashes of colour, designed to maximise the feeling of airiness - one of the most spacious business hotels in Perth.
Location: Cathedral Square on St Georges Terrace in the heart of Perth's heritage centre
Key features: Heritage charm; high ceilings; large opening windows; Illy coffee machine; laptop size safe; board room; event spaces; valet parking; Wildflower restaurant and rooftop bar; Como Shambhala spa; indoor pool; excellent restaurants, cafes and bars in the State Buildings complex. Style: Understated luxury at the height of taste, the interior complementing the charm of the beautifully restored 19th century heritage building - at the pinnacle of leisure and business hotels in Perth.
Location: 133 Murray Street in the heart of the CBD
Key features: Santini Bar & Grill; QT Rooftop Bar; private event spaces; well-equipped 24 hour gym; free pilates classes; De'Longhi espresso machine in room; valet parking. Style: Stunning industrial chic with thoughtful touches of personal comfort - a top end leisure and business hotel.
Location: 15 Bannister Street in Fremantle's historic west end
Key features: Business centre services; conference room; complimentary morning tea at the wonderful Bread in Common bakery, plus wine and nibbles at cocktail hour; free use of bicycles; onsite parking; endless cafes and restaurants within a short stroll. Style: Smashes old and new together with panache, successfully combining salvaged naval architecture with minimalist shipping container style rooms - a great hotel for business creatives happy to sacrifice space for style and location.
Location: 4 Walker Avenue, West Perth, a block away from Kings Park
Key features: Shared working spaces for business travellers; secure undercover parking; free use of bicycles; Kings Park views from some rooms. Style: Funky hotel to suit young business travellers, featuring some visually stimulating spaces for casual meet-ups and state-of-the-art tech to facilitate in-room desk work.
Space to Spread Out
Location: Hibernian Place on Hay Street, in Perth CBD
Key features: Great bars and restaurants in the hotel and around Hibernian Place; nine meeting rooms plus event space; Bodhi J Wellness Spa; well-equipped 24 hour gym; infinity pool. Style: Beautifully understated modern luxury using earth tones complemented by fabulous artworks to reflect the colours of WA, an ideal corporate events hotel in central Perth.
Location: 185 St Georges Terrace, right in the centre of Perth CBD
Key features: Alfresco restaurant and bar; access to offsite gym; business corner and conference room; laundry services. Style: Executive chic with tasteful splashes of colour to match its city vibe - an ideal corporate apartment hotel in Perth CBD.
Location: Almost anywhere, from city to beach - check the full range of options here
Key features: Choose a property in a location to suit you; all the facilities of home; airport transfers; experienced property managers with a specialism in business travel. Style: Each property has its own style, and all are stunningly designed and fitted out - a great alternative to Perth's corporate hotels for independent travellers who want more space and a special location.
Location: 10 Adelaide Terrace, on the edge of the CBD, close to the WACA cricket ground in the vibrant East Perth hub
Key features: meeting rooms doubling as large function room; board room; Heirloom Restaurant & Bar; parking; gym; indoor pool, spa and sauna; river views and balconies. Style: Breathtaking interior design beautifully combining corporate black with natural earth tones and quality furnishings, resulting in soothing luxurious spaces - at the high end of Perth's corporate hotels
Quest Apartment Hotels
Properties are located in Perth City, Fremantle, Innaloo, Rockingham and Joondalup - Quest Kings Park, Quest East Perth, Quest on Rheola, Quest Fremantle Apartment Hotel, Quest Innaloo, Quest Mounts Bay Road, Quest Rockingham, Quest West End and Quest Joondalup.
Key features: Local restaurant chargeback; onsite gym or access to offsite facility; Fremantle and East Perth have conference facilities; South Perth has business hotel style lounge; Fremantle has openable windows with sea breeze. Style: Light, modern, comfortable, cheerful, high quality urban chic.
Location: 53 South Perth Esplanade, on the beautiful Swan River south bank with city skyline views
Key features: Some have river views; free parking; onsite bicycle hire; guest lounge; ferry transport to Perth City close by; river walks; restaurants in South Perth. Style: Bright and comfortable for a more homely relaxed stay.
For business travellers who prefer the reliable luxury of a well known hotel chain, Perth has a huge choice right in the city, plus the famous Crown Perth complex just across the river. Crown Towers is a popular hotel for business trips, easy to access from Perth airport and on site for conventions and events at Crown Perth. Perth CBD is a 10 minute drive across the freeway or Causeway bridges, or via the train from Burswood Station.
In Perth City bordered by the freeway to the west, Wellington Street to the north, the Swan River to the south and the Plain Street to the east, is central area containing ten quality hotels. The Parmelia Hilton gets the prize for being closes to both the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre and Elizabeth Quay. Further into the city centre and not far from Perth Underground station are the InterContinental Perth City Centre and Holiday Inn.
Neighbour to Perth Concert Hall and a short walk from Cathedral Square is the Duxton Hotel. Continuing onto Adelaide Terrace, there are four great business hotels all within a stroll of Langley Park on the Swan River foreshore: Novotel Perth Langley, Pan Pacific, Hyatt Regency Perth, and overlooking the park and river you'll find Crowne Plaza Perth.