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Baileys Serviced Apartments
4.2/546 Reviews

Baileys Serviced Apartments

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.49km from city center
Arrival went almost smoothly, rooms weren’t ready and were still being cleaned on arrival, no biggie we were informed they were under staffed that day which was understandable and we didn’t mind at all waiting but then the problems didn’t stop….lifts broke down minutes after checking in, not managements fault but the lack of building knowledge or how to get to our rooms via stairs was disappointing, only when my partner explained about the fire escape doors being exit only for the 5th time was a key finally sourced to give access to our floors and rooms (with all our valuables and keys in it!), following this we found our friends key card had stopped giving access to our shared apartment room which was quickly sorted…..or so we thought….hallways and rooms had a slight mouldy smell, lamps missing light bulbs, 2 of the 3 aircons just not turning on at all (even after following manuals provided in the back of the guest book and trying multiple different remotes!) all of which we deemed too difficult to even bother bringing up with management due to our previous interaction. After returning from the city late at night we found out or key card had now stopped working and we had no access to our apartment! After calling the after hours mobile only to find its now disconnected we called the land line provided to find the so called ‘night carer’ which turned out to be someone from a neighbouring building with also no knowledge of the apartments! After attempting to give us access to the master key from the lockbox at the front of the building (wrong code no access again surprise, surprise) frustrated and tired we gave in and ended up asking our friends to cut their night short to come back and try their card to let us in. When addressed with reception the following morning about the previous nights debacle we were treated to a blank stare and unapologetic response after fixing the card for us my partner asked the receptionist if this would possibly now cause our friends card to stop working again to which we were told it would and she’d need both cards to be brought down at the same time to be able to give them simultaneous access….*** so they knew only 1 card would have access from the beginning….Huge, Huge lack of management and training. How about instead of being defensive and finding excuses to every review you actually do something and spend a day (or week) training your staff!

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Metro Hotel Perth City
4.1/550 Reviews

Metro Hotel Perth City

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.57km from city center
We arrived in Perth at 2.30am and got a taxi straight from the airport. As it was in the middle of the night we had to press a buzzer and wait for someone to speak to us through the speaker, however they were either asleep or could not be bothered, so pressed the buzzer for a long time, finally someone came over the speaker which was distorted and they were telling me off for leaving my finger on the buzzer, they let us in and again he started telling us off about the buzzer, we totally ignored him stating our name and how many nights we were stating, i think he finally got the idea gave us a key and vouchers to get our breakfast. We just went to bed and viewed the room in the morning. Definitely needs redecorating, bed seem to go go slightly downhill head as we felt our feet were higher than our heads, pillows were flat, we had a sheet then a duvet which was had seen better days and needs a new one and then a top sheet. Bathroom was basic, did have a shower although it made some strange nosies and the temperature was up and down, no plug in the hand basin, there were toiletries which we never used. Breakfast was very basic, just some cold meats, cold hard boiled egg, salad and toast. If you wanted cook you had to pay along with Croissants, pain au raisin etc. Reception staff during the day were pleasant and very helpful, always had a smile. Getting around it was in a good position to get around the city, it was close to the Freebus service called the cat service which you can hop on and off at any time. Would we stay again - No - there's plenty of hotels in Perth .

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Moort-ak Waadiny / Wellington Square

Baileys Serviced Apartments
4.2/546 Reviews

Baileys Serviced Apartments

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.29km from Moort-ak Waadiny / Wellington Square
Arrival went almost smoothly, rooms weren’t ready and were still being cleaned on arrival, no biggie we were informed they were under staffed that day which was understandable and we didn’t mind at all waiting but then the problems didn’t stop….lifts broke down minutes after checking in, not managements fault but the lack of building knowledge or how to get to our rooms via stairs was disappointing, only when my partner explained about the fire escape doors being exit only for the 5th time was a key finally sourced to give access to our floors and rooms (with all our valuables and keys in it!), following this we found our friends key card had stopped giving access to our shared apartment room which was quickly sorted…..or so we thought….hallways and rooms had a slight mouldy smell, lamps missing light bulbs, 2 of the 3 aircons just not turning on at all (even after following manuals provided in the back of the guest book and trying multiple different remotes!) all of which we deemed too difficult to even bother bringing up with management due to our previous interaction. After returning from the city late at night we found out or key card had now stopped working and we had no access to our apartment! After calling the after hours mobile only to find its now disconnected we called the land line provided to find the so called ‘night carer’ which turned out to be someone from a neighbouring building with also no knowledge of the apartments! After attempting to give us access to the master key from the lockbox at the front of the building (wrong code no access again surprise, surprise) frustrated and tired we gave in and ended up asking our friends to cut their night short to come back and try their card to let us in. When addressed with reception the following morning about the previous nights debacle we were treated to a blank stare and unapologetic response after fixing the card for us my partner asked the receptionist if this would possibly now cause our friends card to stop working again to which we were told it would and she’d need both cards to be brought down at the same time to be able to give them simultaneous access….*** so they knew only 1 card would have access from the beginning….Huge, Huge lack of management and training. How about instead of being defensive and finding excuses to every review you actually do something and spend a day (or week) training your staff!
Metro Hotel Perth City
4.1/550 Reviews

Metro Hotel Perth City

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.46km from Moort-ak Waadiny / Wellington Square
We arrived in Perth at 2.30am and got a taxi straight from the airport. As it was in the middle of the night we had to press a buzzer and wait for someone to speak to us through the speaker, however they were either asleep or could not be bothered, so pressed the buzzer for a long time, finally someone came over the speaker which was distorted and they were telling me off for leaving my finger on the buzzer, they let us in and again he started telling us off about the buzzer, we totally ignored him stating our name and how many nights we were stating, i think he finally got the idea gave us a key and vouchers to get our breakfast. We just went to bed and viewed the room in the morning. Definitely needs redecorating, bed seem to go go slightly downhill head as we felt our feet were higher than our heads, pillows were flat, we had a sheet then a duvet which was had seen better days and needs a new one and then a top sheet. Bathroom was basic, did have a shower although it made some strange nosies and the temperature was up and down, no plug in the hand basin, there were toiletries which we never used. Breakfast was very basic, just some cold meats, cold hard boiled egg, salad and toast. If you wanted cook you had to pay along with Croissants, pain au raisin etc. Reception staff during the day were pleasant and very helpful, always had a smile. Getting around it was in a good position to get around the city, it was close to the Freebus service called the cat service which you can hop on and off at any time. Would we stay again - No - there's plenty of hotels in Perth .

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Queens Gardens

Metro Hotel Perth City
4.1/550 Reviews

Metro Hotel Perth City

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.38km from Queens Gardens
We arrived in Perth at 2.30am and got a taxi straight from the airport. As it was in the middle of the night we had to press a buzzer and wait for someone to speak to us through the speaker, however they were either asleep or could not be bothered, so pressed the buzzer for a long time, finally someone came over the speaker which was distorted and they were telling me off for leaving my finger on the buzzer, they let us in and again he started telling us off about the buzzer, we totally ignored him stating our name and how many nights we were stating, i think he finally got the idea gave us a key and vouchers to get our breakfast. We just went to bed and viewed the room in the morning. Definitely needs redecorating, bed seem to go go slightly downhill head as we felt our feet were higher than our heads, pillows were flat, we had a sheet then a duvet which was had seen better days and needs a new one and then a top sheet. Bathroom was basic, did have a shower although it made some strange nosies and the temperature was up and down, no plug in the hand basin, there were toiletries which we never used. Breakfast was very basic, just some cold meats, cold hard boiled egg, salad and toast. If you wanted cook you had to pay along with Croissants, pain au raisin etc. Reception staff during the day were pleasant and very helpful, always had a smile. Getting around it was in a good position to get around the city, it was close to the Freebus service called the cat service which you can hop on and off at any time. Would we stay again - No - there's plenty of hotels in Perth .

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The Perth Mint

Baileys Serviced Apartments
4.2/546 Reviews

Baileys Serviced Apartments

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.26km from The Perth Mint
Arrival went almost smoothly, rooms weren’t ready and were still being cleaned on arrival, no biggie we were informed they were under staffed that day which was understandable and we didn’t mind at all waiting but then the problems didn’t stop….lifts broke down minutes after checking in, not managements fault but the lack of building knowledge or how to get to our rooms via stairs was disappointing, only when my partner explained about the fire escape doors being exit only for the 5th time was a key finally sourced to give access to our floors and rooms (with all our valuables and keys in it!), following this we found our friends key card had stopped giving access to our shared apartment room which was quickly sorted…..or so we thought….hallways and rooms had a slight mouldy smell, lamps missing light bulbs, 2 of the 3 aircons just not turning on at all (even after following manuals provided in the back of the guest book and trying multiple different remotes!) all of which we deemed too difficult to even bother bringing up with management due to our previous interaction. After returning from the city late at night we found out or key card had now stopped working and we had no access to our apartment! After calling the after hours mobile only to find its now disconnected we called the land line provided to find the so called ‘night carer’ which turned out to be someone from a neighbouring building with also no knowledge of the apartments! After attempting to give us access to the master key from the lockbox at the front of the building (wrong code no access again surprise, surprise) frustrated and tired we gave in and ended up asking our friends to cut their night short to come back and try their card to let us in. When addressed with reception the following morning about the previous nights debacle we were treated to a blank stare and unapologetic response after fixing the card for us my partner asked the receptionist if this would possibly now cause our friends card to stop working again to which we were told it would and she’d need both cards to be brought down at the same time to be able to give them simultaneous access….*** so they knew only 1 card would have access from the beginning….Huge, Huge lack of management and training. How about instead of being defensive and finding excuses to every review you actually do something and spend a day (or week) training your staff!

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Ozone Reserve

Metro Hotel Perth City
4.1/550 Reviews

Metro Hotel Perth City

Perth Central Business District East Perth|0.6km from Ozone Reserve
We arrived in Perth at 2.30am and got a taxi straight from the airport. As it was in the middle of the night we had to press a buzzer and wait for someone to speak to us through the speaker, however they were either asleep or could not be bothered, so pressed the buzzer for a long time, finally someone came over the speaker which was distorted and they were telling me off for leaving my finger on the buzzer, they let us in and again he started telling us off about the buzzer, we totally ignored him stating our name and how many nights we were stating, i think he finally got the idea gave us a key and vouchers to get our breakfast. We just went to bed and viewed the room in the morning. Definitely needs redecorating, bed seem to go go slightly downhill head as we felt our feet were higher than our heads, pillows were flat, we had a sheet then a duvet which was had seen better days and needs a new one and then a top sheet. Bathroom was basic, did have a shower although it made some strange nosies and the temperature was up and down, no plug in the hand basin, there were toiletries which we never used. Breakfast was very basic, just some cold meats, cold hard boiled egg, salad and toast. If you wanted cook you had to pay along with Croissants, pain au raisin etc. Reception staff during the day were pleasant and very helpful, always had a smile. Getting around it was in a good position to get around the city, it was close to the Freebus service called the cat service which you can hop on and off at any time. Would we stay again - No - there's plenty of hotels in Perth .

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Baileys Parkside Motel by VetroBlu
4/576 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
We stayed for a week as my son was visiting the University. My husband had stayed for six weeks when first arriving in WA, so had some insight. However, we ended up paying double what he did. The room was really tired, and had an adjoining door to our neighbours room (locked, but she was really sick and coughing the whole time we were there). As a result, it was really difficult to sleep, and the day before I left, I came down with the same symptoms she did. Not necessarily the hotels fault, but frustrating as I ended up sick for two weeks after leaving with the same symptoms as neighbour. Upside: close to the city (within walking distance), easy booking, easy check in. A lot of Uber Eats options available within close proximity. Also easy access to arterial route’s around the city. Downside: trip advisor pictures out of date (no pool), rooms are really tired, bathrooms even more so. Washing up has to be done in the bathroom. Rooms cleaned only once during eight day stays. Rooms adjoined to others have little to no privacy as you can hear literally everything. Parking can be challenging (we were there the weekend the Freo’s were at playing and were unable to park in the hotel car park at all). Had microwave but no cooker, so ended up buying ourselves a sandwich press for breakfast and lunches.
Metro Hotel Perth City
4.1/550 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
We arrived in Perth at 2.30am and got a taxi straight from the airport. As it was in the middle of the night we had to press a buzzer and wait for someone to speak to us through the speaker, however they were either asleep or could not be bothered, so pressed the buzzer for a long time, finally someone came over the speaker which was distorted and they were telling me off for leaving my finger on the buzzer, they let us in and again he started telling us off about the buzzer, we totally ignored him stating our name and how many nights we were stating, i think he finally got the idea gave us a key and vouchers to get our breakfast. We just went to bed and viewed the room in the morning. Definitely needs redecorating, bed seem to go go slightly downhill head as we felt our feet were higher than our heads, pillows were flat, we had a sheet then a duvet which was had seen better days and needs a new one and then a top sheet. Bathroom was basic, did have a shower although it made some strange nosies and the temperature was up and down, no plug in the hand basin, there were toiletries which we never used. Breakfast was very basic, just some cold meats, cold hard boiled egg, salad and toast. If you wanted cook you had to pay along with Croissants, pain au raisin etc. Reception staff during the day were pleasant and very helpful, always had a smile. Getting around it was in a good position to get around the city, it was close to the Freebus service called the cat service which you can hop on and off at any time. Would we stay again - No - there's plenty of hotels in Perth .
Hyatt Regency Perth
4.3/5124 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
Very friendly staff,& best check in I’ve had in a long time at any hotel.very close to everything and easy to get to
Alderney on Hay – Managed by Starwest Hotel & Apartments
3.5/5117 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
Great place to stay, large apartment lots of room
East Perth Suites Hotel
4.2/584 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
No breakfast, no need to go outside to eat back to the room, the hotel is very good,
Pan Pacific Perth
4.5/556 Reviews
Perth Central Business District
The room was great; comfortable beds and luxury items in bathrooms. Staff were approachable and helpful. Would recommend staying here

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Highest PriceUS$1,093
Lowest PriceUS$27
Number of Reviews 1,371
Number of hotels122
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$169
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$177