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Updated: January 6, 2022
The 5 Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Perth
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Most accommodations at the Ritz-Carlton can easily accommodate three, while some rooms and suites comfortably fit four and feature kitchenettes. Amenities, such as the resort-style pool, are very impressive than expected, and the kids club, while modest, is almost unique among rivals. And as the only hotel within Elizabeth Quay, a rejuvenated waterfront precinct a few blocks from downtown, there is so much at the doorstep: sightseeing cruises, ferries to the amazing Rottnest Island, a citywide cycling/walking path, and remarkable 80m-high Bell Tower.
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Hotel phone: +61 (0)8 9341 9600
With two pools and an adorable seaside holiday vibe, these affordable, mid-range apartments boast a perfect position facing a quieter section of Perth’s premier city beach. With up to three bedrooms, all apartments are self-contained and pleasingly spacious, and many feature direct sea views from large balconies. Within a short stroll are classy places to eat and drink as well as family amenities such as an adventure playground, climbing wall, cycling path, and free barbecue facilities.
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Hotel phone: +61 (0)8 6248 7000
Nicely positioned at Perth’s most popular beach, the Ramada offers a range of apartments and penthouses that can easily accommodate up to eight. Each features a kitchenette and separate living area with a dining table and second TV. The larger apartments also have study areas and balconies with outdoor furniture, and the split-level penthouses are especially opulent and spacious. There is no pool, but only a few minutes’ walk away are the beach and several seaside amenities for families: public pool, adventure playground, climbing wall, and cycling path.
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Hotel phone: +61 (0)8 9261 7200
Many rooms have connecting doors, while the spacious Family Rooms feature a king bed and two singles each without feeling cramped. Substantially renovated in 2016, the Holiday Inn has no pool, but the lower rates reflect this – yet it also boasts arguably the best location in downtown for amenities, transport, and must-sees like the family-friendly Elizabeth Quay precinct. Children under 12 can stay and eat for free, and youngsters will appreciate becoming members of the ‘VIP Kids Club’ which gives them discounts at major attractions across Perth.
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Hotel phone: +61 (0)8 9432 4000
This historic hotel offers a variety of spacious rooms – all great value. Some are comfortable enough for four people, others have connecting doors, and the suites feature separate living areas. The shady resort-style pool is particularly appealing, but best of all is the very convenient position in Fremantle, a lovable seaside suburb about 30 minutes by train from downtown Perth. Freo offers numerous markets, cafés, and museums, as well as beaches, cycling paths, and ferries to the unique Rottnest Island.
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