Looking for the best Perth accommodation? Whether travelling for business or pleasure, Perth has a wealth of serviced apartments for you to choose from. Western Australia’s capital city is blessed with a Mediterranean climate year-round, and plenty of things to see and do during your stay. Embrace Perth’s outdoors lifestyle with visits to the city’s pristine beaches, cafes and restaurants, and cultural venues.
Situated in the heart of the CBD and ideal families and individuals travelling for business or leisure, Fraser Suites Perth is your luxurious Perth accommodation. Ideal for long stay or short stay travel, the property offers fully-furnished luxury serviced apartments with stunning views of the Swan River, directly across from the world-renowned WACA cricket ground, and close to other major Perth attractions including Optus Stadium, Elizabeth Quay, Kings Park, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and Perth Zoo.
Relax in Fraser Suites Perth's exquisitely appointed 151 one and two-bedroom apartments and 85 studios, and access the property's on-site sauna, spa, indoor heated swimming pool and 24/7 fitness centre.
Choosing the right Perth accommodation will ensure you can experience the best of everything Perth has to offer. Your apartment in Perth, located in the city centre, is close to major attractions, public transport, and the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. WA's capital is blessed with short winters and plenty of sunshine, so it's no surprise daily life revolves around the great outdoors. Perthians cycle, run, walk and skate everywhere - but mostly in the direction of Perth's endless kilometres of idyllic beaches. Whether it's hanging out in the beach-side suburb of Cottesloe, wandering the wealth of stalls at Fremantle's weekend markets, or jumping aboard the Rottnest Express to spend the day exploring the turquoise waters of Rottnest Island, there's always plenty to see and do.
Like most Australian cities, Perth also boasts a healthy café scene with artisan coffee the order of the day, and a variety of cultural and historical centres, as well as annual events. The nearby Swan Valley is the best place to check out historical centres like Guilford, and take in WA's oldest wine-growing region.
During your stay at your serviced apartment in the city centre, don't miss out on the best things to do in Perth year-round.
Meet some of Australia's unique wildlife on land and below the waves, amid the unspoiled nature in Perth and its surrounds.
Grab a bicycle and head out to explore Perth's abundance of cycle trails crisscrossing the Perth CBD and beyond, with routes to suit every fitness level.
Spend a weekend exploring historic Fremantle, including the Fremantle Markets, Fremantle Prison, the WA Shipwrecks Museum, and the Little Creatures Brewery.
Jump aboard the Sealink ferry or Rottnest Express to spend a day on Rottnest Island exploring the island's turquoise waters, walking and cycling trails, and unique natural beauty.
Take in historical and cultural Perth with visits to the Art Gallery of WA, the Western Australian Museum and the Museum of Perth.
No visit to Perth is complete without getting up close with some of Australia's iconic and unique fauna. Between September and November, thousands of humpback whales leave the feeding grounds to the North and travel down the WA coast right past Perth. Jump aboard a whale-watching cruise and head out past the breakers to get up close with the gentle giants of the sea. The concierge at your Perth serviced apartments accommodation will be happy to assist in organising your cruise.
On nearby Rottnest Island, come face-to-face with quite possibly the cutest mammals in all the world, the Quokka. Quokkas are small, short-tailed wallabies that are endemic to Rottnest Island and, in fact, give the island its name. When in 1696 Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh saw the abundance of Quokkas on the island, he mistook them for rats and named the island "Rottnest" - rats nest.
Close to your apartment in the Perth CBD, you'll find a wealth of cycle trails just begging to be explored. Perth's idyllic weather and flat, river valley landscape make cycling a joy whether it's to keep fit on that business trip, or pure recreation. The best cycle route to take is the 'Perth Discoverer' trail - a 27km circuit through the city, Kings Park, Parliament House, the South Perth foreshore and Optus Stadium. The best place to start is from Riverside Drive. From your serviced apartments, head westward on Adelaide Terrace and turn left onto Plain Street. Head towards the Swan River and you'll meet the cycle trail - just choose a direction and off you go!
To the South West of the Perth CBD sits the port city of Fremantle, a relaxed hub for boutique shopping, café culture, seaside dining and a variety of historical and cultural centres capturing Fremantle's colonial and nautical past. Fremantle is the place to go to delve into one of the best small boutique bar cultures anywhere in Australia, as well as a healthy array of dining options for every taste and budget. From your Perth accommodation, turn right on Plain St and take the bus to Perth Station. From the station, take the Fremantle Line to Fremantle Station.
When staying in Perth, a visit to Rottnest Island is a must. The small island lies 19 kilometres off the coast of the mainland, easily reached by the Sealink Rottnest or Rottnest Express ferry services. The island is a veritable outdoor adventurer's paradise, with everything from surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and boating on, and under, the water to cycling, walking and wildlife watching on land. The island's pristine beaches and turquoise waters are ideal for solo travellers and families alike. There's plenty of space and different beaches for different outdoors activities. Hire a bicycle and go for a ride through the island's interior, or sit down for a hearty lunch at one of the numerous dining venues.
The best way to get to Rottnest from your accommodation in the city centre is to jump aboard at the Barrack Street Jetty. You'll bypass taking the train to Fremantle and enjoy a picturesque cruise on the Swan River en route to the island.
History buffs and culture vultures will revel in Perth's museums and galleries, with most conveniently located around the city centre and your serviced apartments accommodation. The Art Gallery of Western Australia hosts the State Art Collection which features one of the world's finest collections of indigenous art, as well as permanent and temporary collections from around the world. The WA Museum, due to reopen in November after extensive renovations, is a place to learn more about WA's history from prehistoric times to today.
What is the best way to get around in Perth?
The best way to get around Perth is by taxi, car hire or the city’s north-south railway system.
What is Perth known for?
Perth is known for its fantastic outdoors culture, from adventure sports to running, cycling, surfing and hiking. In Perth, nature is always on your doorstep.
What are the top 5 things to do in Perth Australia?
The top five things to do in Perth include: seeing local art at the Art Gallery of WA, taking a ferry from the city to Rottnest Island, spending the day lazing in the sun at one of Perth’s many beautiful beaches, exploring historic Fremantle, and whale watching off the coast of Perth.
When is the best time to go to Perth Australia?
Perth has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild winters, so any time is the ideal time to visit this amazing city.
Where is the best area to stay in Perth Australia?
The best area to stay in Perth is the Perth CBD, close to Perth’s centre of business and many of Perth’s top cultural attractions.