As people with 'bad' habits, it was pleasing to have a nice little patio - there were tree's losing their autumn leaves outside our room - a great sight! Although we didn't watch TV there were 2 to choose from, and a longer stay would have seen them in use. Staff were polite and we were allowed extended parking when going to breakfast after checking out. I will use Adina again and recommend to friends.
We stayed at Four Points by Sheraton after a concert across the street. The hotel is the perfect location, 5 minutes to your room after a concert, faster if it hadn't been for the huge crowd. The hotel is very clean and beautifully kept. All the staff members I encountered were so polite and welcoming. A very nice change from staff at other hotels who look like they couldn't be bothered being there. The rooms are very new and the bathroom shiny and very clean. The double beds were luxurious and so comfortable. Big TV, fridge, free water bottles, an easy to operate safe for valuables, a real hairdryer instead of the weak one attached to the wall that you find in many hotels all made for a very comfortable stay. My only issue is the walls seem very thin. I could hear the people next door talking and giggling and could hear their music playing through the night. Thankfully they didn't have it on too loud and the music was the kind on my playlist! All in all, I highly recommend Four Points by Sheraton. Shame I had to leave early the next day and didn't have time to try out the restaurant etc.
Always enjoy our stay but starting to show its age, some new more comfortable furniture would be good.
We don't believe much has changed over the 7+ years that we have come to stay, but still a nice stay
Hotel was very close to Perth CBD. Staff very accommodating, however, if travelling with children check bedding arrangements and then double check again. Valet parking essential given the area. This was probably the only service that the hotel had limited control of (due to the proximity to CBD Perth), staff constantly running to pickup and juggle valet arrangements and street parking.
The country's fourth largest city and booming capital of Western Australia is sprawling, but downtown Perth proper is bounded by the Swan River and the Graham Farmer Freeway and easily covered on foot. Museums, galleries, shopping malls, and pedestrian precincts characterise the CBD, while parkland wanders along the riverfront. The downtown area also encompasses East Perth, a former industrial zone now converted to residential streets, and Northbridge, a restaurant and nightlife hotspot that is also home to Perth's Cultural Centre.