Hotels in Western Australia

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:February
Average price in Western Australia:$202/night
Cheapest price found:$26/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$168 - $325
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$172 - $203
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Alex Hotel
Alex Hotel
8.8 Excellent
50 James Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Perth, WA, Australia 

Alex Hotel Perth provides comfortable accommodation in the heart of Perth. A short stroll from the Western Australian Museum, it offers comfortable rooms equipped with a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet access.

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Beaches of Broome
Beaches of Broome
8.4 Excellent
4 Sanctuary Road, Cable Beach, WA, Australia
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2.4 km from city centre, Cable Beach, WA, Australia 

Located in Broome, the hotel is within easy reach of Cable Beach and Broome Town Beach. It also provides an outdoor pool, a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi.

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Tribe Perth
Tribe Perth
8.3 Excellent
4 Walker Avenue, Perth, WA, Australia
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2.2 km from city centre, Perth, WA, Australia 

Tribe Perth is located in the centre of Perth, and offers free Wi-Fi. It also features an express check-in and check-out feature, a 24-hour reception and a coffee bar.

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QT Perth
QT Perth
8.7 Excellent
133 Murray Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre, Perth, WA, Australia 

Conveniently located in the centre of Perth, QT Perth provides air-conditioned accommodation equipped with iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. A short stroll from 100 St Georges Terrace, it offers comfortable rooms equipped with heating, a pillow menu and a coffee maker.

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Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa
9.8 Excellent
1 Cable Beach Road, Cable Beach, WA, Australia
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2.4 km from city centre, Cable Beach, WA, Australia 

Featuring an outdoor pool and outdoor tennis courts, Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is situated in Broome and showcases unique views of Cable Beach. There is also a gym with a swimming pool.

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Holiday Inn Perth City Centre
Holiday Inn Perth City Centre
8.8 Excellent
778 Hay Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Perth, WA, Australia 

Situated a short stroll from Perth Railway Station, the hotel provides guests with a convenient base while in Perth. A short walk from Palace Hotel Perth, it offers modern rooms equipped with a refrigerator, an iPod docking station and free wireless internet access.

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Pullman Bunker Bay Resort Margaret River
Pullman Bunker Bay Resort Margaret River
8.1 Excellent
42 Bunker Bay Road, Naturaliste, WA, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre, Naturaliste, WA, Australia 

Set in the Margaret River Wine Region, Pullman Bunker Bay Resort Margaret River is the perfect base for those wanting to visit the area's highly-regarded wineries. It also offers an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi and outdoor tennis courts.

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The Hive Hostel
The Hive Hostel
6.1 Good
55-63 Stirling Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Perth, WA, Australia 

This hostel is set in the centre of Perth and provides newly refurbished rooms with modern facilities. It also offers complimentary wireless internet.

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Dolphin Retreat Bunbury
Dolphin Retreat Bunbury
7.4 Good
14 Wellington Street, Bunbury, WA, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre,  

Dolphin Retreat Bunbury YHA is located in Bunbury and is close to Koombana Bay Beach. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.

$16
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The Hive Hostel
The Hive Hostel
6.1 Good
55-63 Stirling Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre,  

This hostel is set in the centre of Perth and provides newly refurbished rooms with modern facilities. It also offers complimentary wireless internet.

$17
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The Old Swan Barracks - Hostel
The Old Swan Barracks - Hostel
7.4 Good
2-8 Francis Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre,  

This Perth hostel is located within a 10-minute walk of Perth Railway Station. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

$18
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Billabong Backpackers Resort
Billabong Backpackers Resort
7.4 Good
381 Beaufort Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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1.4 km from city centre,  

Billabong Backpackers Resort is situated in the centre of Perth and is within a 10-minute walk of Perth Oval. It also offers a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool.

$23
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The Emperors Crown Hostel
The Emperors Crown Hostel
7.3 Good
85 Stirling Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.5 km from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute stroll from Claisebrook Railway Station, The Emperors Crown Hostel provides guests with a convenient base when visiting Perth. It is conveniently located in the city centre.

$27
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Beaches of Broome
Beaches of Broome
8.4 Excellent
4 Sanctuary Road, Cable Beach, WA, Australia
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2.4 km from city centre,  

Located in Broome, the hotel is within easy reach of Cable Beach and Broome Town Beach. It also provides an outdoor pool, a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi.

$31
Avg. per night
Hay Street Traveller's Inn
Hay Street Traveller's Inn
7.9 Good
266/268 Hay Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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1.2 km from city centre,  

Conveniently situated, Hay Street Traveller's Inn allows for easy access to Perth's best hot spots. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a tour desk and a swimming pool.

$54
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Akara Hotel
Akara Hotel
6.2 Good
379 Wellington Street, Perth, WA, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre,  

Set in the heart of Perth, Akara Hotel is situated near Perth Railway Station, and just a few steps from local bars and eateries. Guests can also enjoy free internet access.

$58
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Hotel prices in Western Australia

2 stars and under
Ibis Budget Perth Airport
No. 1 most popular

Ibis Budget Perth Airport

317-319 Great Eastern Highway, Redcliffe, WA, Australia

6.7 Good
$105

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Discovery Rottnest Island
No. 2 most popular

Discovery Rottnest Island

Strue Road, Rottnest Island, WA, Australia

8.3 Excellent
$333

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Akara Hotel
Best value

Akara Hotel

379 Wellington Street, Perth, WA, Australia

6.2 Good
$58

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3 stars
Country Comfort Perth
No. 1 most popular

Country Comfort Perth

249-263 Great Eastern Highway, Belmont, WA, Australia

8.4 Excellent
$143

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Indian Ocean Hotel
No. 2 most popular

Indian Ocean Hotel

23 Hastings Street, Scarborough, WA, Australia

7.3 Good
$129

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Great Southern Hotel Perth
Best value

Great Southern Hotel Perth

15 Robinson Avenue, Perth, WA, Australia

8.0 Excellent
$75

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4 stars +
Crown Metropol Perth
No. 1 most popular

Crown Metropol Perth

Great Eastern Highway, Perth, WA, Australia

8.1 Excellent
$242

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Hyatt Regency Perth
No. 2 most popular

Hyatt Regency Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, WA, Australia

8.1 Excellent
$155

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Pan Pacific Perth
Best value

Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, WA, Australia

8.4 Excellent
$145

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Western Australia

About Western Australia

Beautiful, wild and wonderfully remote, Western Australia is home to the world’s most isolated capital city. Though despite its reputation as Australia's final frontier, Perth boasts a vibrant cultural scene that rivals the likes of Sydney and Melbourne. Western Australia also boasts stunning beaches, gorgeous weather and an enviably laid-back lifestyle.

Beyond the city of Perth, Western Australia is brimming with natural charisma. To the south lie easy-going beach towns like Margaret River, where chic wineries and world-class surf entice both locals and visitors alike. Head north and the breathtaking gorges of Karijini National Park, the fiery sunsets of Cable Beach and the vibrant marine life of Coral Bay await.

West Australia’s coastal towns and attractions are well connected by roads and highways, which makes it a great place for road-tripping. Perth is serviced by great public transport links, with both domestic and international flights operating from Perth Airport.

WA has been home to Indigenous Australians for around 40,000 to 60,000 years and wasn’t discovered by Europeans until Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog sailed along the coast in 1616. In 1826 settlement began, with the British Crown establishing a convict-supported military garrison in the South. This exploration led to the founding of the Swan River Colony, which is now known as Perth City.

Western Australia travel FAQs

Beautiful, wild and wonderfully remote, Western Australia is home to the world’s most isolated capital city. Though despite its reputation as Australia's final frontier, Perth boasts a vibrant cultural scene that rivals the likes of Sydney and Melbourne. Western Australia also boasts stunning beaches, gorgeous weather and an enviably laid-back lifestyle.

Beyond the city of Perth, Western Australia is brimming with natural charisma. To the south lie easy-going beach towns like Margaret River, where chic wineries and world-class surf entice both locals and visitors alike. Head north and the breathtaking gorges of Karijini National Park, the fiery sunsets of Cable Beach and the vibrant marine life of Coral Bay await.

West Australia’s coastal towns and attractions are well connected by roads and highways, which makes it a great place for road-tripping. Perth is serviced by great public transport links, with both domestic and international flights operating from Perth Airport.

WA has been home to Indigenous Australians for around 40,000 to 60,000 years and wasn’t discovered by Europeans until Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog sailed along the coast in 1616. In 1826 settlement began, with the British Crown establishing a convict-supported military garrison in the South. This exploration led to the founding of the Swan River Colony, which is now known as Perth City.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Western Australia?

    Perth, Burswood, and Broome are some of the most favoured places to stay in Western Australia.

  • What are the best hotels in Western Australia?

    Western Australia is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough, which has a current rating of 7.8. For other potential stays, consider Pan Pacific Perth and Hyatt Regency Perth, which can also be great places to stay in Western Australia.

  • What is the best place in Western Australia for bars and restaurants?

    Western Australia has several large cities which offer a great range of bars and restaurants and a variety of world cuisines. If you are looking for hotels in Western Australia that are close to lots of restaurants, it is a good idea to stay in cities such as Perth or Albany. Western Australia hotels in central Perth, like Crown Promenade Perth or Westin Perth, will put you close to well-known eateries such as Sentinel Bar & Grill or The Camfield. Meanwhile, if you’re a fan of fresh seafood, coastal Albany has some great restaurants to offer. Albany hotels, like Sleepwell Motel, will put you just a short drive from seafood restaurants like Ocean and Paddock and other eateries like Joop Thai and Venice Pizza Bar & Restaurant.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Western Australia?

    Western Australia has some fantastic spots to visit with family, including cities like Perth and Broome. If you’re planning a city break, Perth has many great attractions that kids will love. These include the Perth Mint historical museum, Brightwood Adventure Park and the Eastern Foreshore Playground. Western Australia hotels like Beatty Lodge or Metro Hotel Perth are located around a 40min drive from Brightwood Park and around a 10min drive from the Perth Mint museum. Broome is also a great location if you’re travelling with kids, with local attractions like Cable Beach and Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park nearby. Broome hotels like Blue Seas Resort and Roebuck Bay Hotel Broome will put you a 5-15min drive from the beach and the crocodile park.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Western Australia?

    If you’re looking for things to do in Western Australia, you won’t be short of options. Western Australia is home to scenic beaches, unique cultural sites and natural wonders. Beach lovers will enjoy Western Australia accommodation in areas like Exmouth and Hamelin Bay, which are home to picturesque sandy vistas. For Hamelin Bay hotels, try Margaret River Motel or Stay Margaret River. Meanwhile, for Exmouth, Ningaloo Reef Resort is a great choice. For museums and cultural sites, hotels like QT Perth will put you just a short drive from the Aviation Heritage Museum and the Scitech Museum. You can also find accommodation in Western Australia close to natural beauty spots, like the Ngilgi Caves or the Greens Pool. For instance, Big Brook Cottages is located between these two sites.

  • Where are the best places to stay in Western Australia for water sports?

    Western Australia is an ideal holiday location if you love to swim and enjoy water sports, like snorkelling, kayaking or diving. Visitors who want to experience ocean snorkelling tours to see marine life can stay near Ningaloo, in Exmouth, which is home to the Ningaloo Marine Interactions Centre. Hotels nearby include Ningaloo Lodge Exmouth and Ningaloo Coral Bay Backpackers. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for hotels near outdoor water parks, check out Heritage Trail Lodge, in Margaret River, or Higgins Lane Resort. Both these hotels are located around a 40min drive from the Aqua Resort water park, in Busselton.