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The Royal Hotel
A creaking, character-filled historic building, the 1890s Royal Hotel is well placed for early-morning trips out of town (the busport and train station are just metres away). Cute though modest single rooms have attic-like roofs.
Apricot-hued City Waters is one of a dying breed of old-fashioned Perth waterfront motels. Rooms are small and simple and face onto the car park, but they're clean and airy and the waterfront location is top-notch...
Comfort Inn Wentworth Plaza Hotel
The sister hotel of the Royal Hotel, the 1928 Wentworth helps with overflow bookings, and checks in out-of-hours arrivals.
Duxton Hotel Perth
Corporate hotel Monday to Friday, leisure-soaking den of indulgence by weekend. The Duxton, often considered Perth's most upmarket option, stands grand and proud in the city, not far from the Swan River...
The Melbourne Hotel
Classic country charm wafts through this heritage-listed hotel...
You won't want to sit in the chairs in this well-to-do business hotel. Nice though they are. You'll want to get into your robe, get down on the floor, and spend some time watching the city through the floor-to-ceiling porthole-like windows...
Quest Harbour Village
At the end of a wharf, this attractive, two-storey, sandstone and brick block of one- to three-bedroom apartments makes the most of its nautical setting; one-bedroom units have views over the car park to the Fishing Boat Harbour, while the others dire...
Popular with country folk coming to town, these self-contained units have (tiny) balconies, some with views of the river just a block away, secure parking and a great location near the CAT bus route.
Hotel Northbridge isn't the hippest kid in town, but there's a spa bath in every room, and it's a quieter part of a sometimes noisy neighbourhood. The classic pub rooms in the budget wing ($65) face onto a broad verandah but share shabby toilets.
Discovery Holiday Parks Perth
This well-kept holiday park, 15km out of the city, has a wide range of cabins and smart-looking units, many with deck, TV and DVD player.
The Richardson Hotel & Spa
Ship-shaped and shipshape, the Richardson offers luxurious, thoughtfully designed rooms – some with sliding doors to divide them into larger suites. The whole complex has a breezy, summery feel, with pale marble tiles, creamy walls and interesting art...
Bannister Suites Fremantle
Modern and fresh, boutiquey Bannisters is a stylish highlight of central Fremantle's accommodation scene...
Pan Pacific Perth
Understated yet elegant accommodation perfectly situated for art aficionados.
Terrace Central B&B Hotel
Terrace Central may be a character-filled B&B at heart, but its larger size gives it the feel of a boutique hotel...
Separated from Scarborough Beach by a busy road and a petrol station, this Balinese-themed complex has wooden pathways leading to shady palm gardens and fishponds...
Pier 21 Apartment Hotel
Pier 21 is in a tucked-away spot on the riverside in North Freo. It's more like a motel than you'd expect for the price, but there's a tennis court, pool and spa.
The Outram Wyndham
Discreet and understated, the Outram (aka the unwieldly Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Perth) is stylish, with compact open-plan rooms, a bathroom with a walk-through shower, king-size beds and flat-screen TVs.
Mantra On Hay
Low-key but classy, Mantra's roomy apartments have laundries, dishwashers, good-sized benches and all the utensils you'll need.
Miss Maud Swedish Hotel
Anyone with a love of Scandinavia, kitsch or The Sound of Music will find a few of their favourite things in the alpine murals and dainty rooms. The Scandinavian rooms are best, as they're bigger and well maintained...
Adina Apartment Hotel Perth, Barrack Plaza
The Medina's meticulously decorated apartment-sized hotel rooms are minimalist yet welcoming. All one-bedrooms have balconies, and rooms on Barrack St tend to have more natural light (not always easy to obtain in central Perth).
Woodman Point Holiday Park
A particularly pleasant spot, 10km south of Fremantle. It's usually quiet, and its location makes it feel more summer beach holiday than outer-Freo staging post.
Backpackers Inn Fremantle
Large communal areas and a courtyard are the hallmarks of this backpackers, housed in a heritage building in the central city. Rooms are high-ceilinged, bright and clean. Flicks are shown on a mini cinema screen.