How do I get to East Perth from the airport?
East Perth is just under 10km from the airport, so it’s usually a quick and easy cab ride. For a cheaper option, bus route 380 will drop you at Victoria Park Transfer Station, where you can hook up with a bus to East Perth. Once you’re settled at your East Perth hotel, you’ll have plenty of public transport at your fingertips, plus ferries and even bicycle rentals.
What are the most popular hotels in East Perth?
In a city with a growing population of millionaires and a newly fashionable reputation, it’s no surprise some hotels are in high demand. Here are the most popular:
What kind of hotels are there in East Perth?
East Perth accommodation is a great place to stay for both business and leisure travellers. Whether you want all the best amenities or just a cheap place to crash, you’ll find it here.
- Live like a local at Mont Clare Boutique Apartments, where you’ll have a laundry area, balcony and full kitchen to cook up meals for your new friends you made at the cricket game.
- Or live like one of those millionaires we mentioned at the five-star Pan Pacific Perth. The lobby is impressive enough, but once you get to your room, you’ll really be blown away.
Where should I stay in East Perth?
It may be a pretty small neighbourhood, but you’ve still got some options when it comes to where to book your accommodation in East Perth.
- Mercure Hotel is just a half-kilometre from Elizabeth Quay and the Bell Tower, and offers city view rooms.
- The Sebel East Perth is in the northern part of town, walking distance to the hippest restaurants. Plus, you can enjoy views of Claisebrook Cove from your window or a stroll on the grounds.
- From Fraser Suites Perth, you can walk to the WACA Cricket Grounds and the Perth Mint—though you may never want to leave this five-star hotel.
What are some things to do in East Perth?
Sure, one of the perks is its convenience to the CBD, but there’s plenty to do without even leaving the area.
- Eat! Try The Royal on Waterfront, a boardwalk bistro with a craft beer list longer than your bestie’s wedding registry. Or get down on a hot dog at Wassup Dog—yes, they even have hot dogs for brekkie.
- Adventure! You can take the ferry all the way to Rottnest Island. You don’t need an East Perth travel guide to tell you that quokkas are the cutest animals on earth, and Rottnest Island has ’em!
- Hit the bars! Of course, if you love partying, Gold Coast accommodation is also calling your name. Rise with the sun on the eastern side of the country—just something to think about.
Here’s another thing to think about: The great selection of hotels right here on Wotif. And when you bundle your accommodation and airfares with our East Perth holiday packages, you’ll have more coin than the Perth Mint! Well, maybe not, but pretty close.