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The Westin Perth

The Westin Perth is a five-star hotel that surprises guests with its vast collection of Australian art and grand yet inviting communal spaces that are flooded with natural light. The hotel's excellent restaurant, located in a heritage hall, is a must-visit destination for a memorable dining experience. Guests can also enjoy the open-air pool on the fifth floor, offering stunning views of the surrounding area, or indulge in a relaxing spa experience at the Bodhi J spa.

The Westin Perth Location

Located close to the city's commercial heart, The Westin Perth is elevated from good to great by the built-from-scratch Hibernian Place precinct. While the streets in between can feel uninviting, Hibernian Place offers a solution with its various attractions, including the glamorous Middle Eastern bar-restaurant Hadiqa, Arthur & Co, a delightful open-air casual restaurant, and Goody Two's, a Japanese whisky basement bar.
By day, children can dress up like firefighters and play in a fire engine at the precinct's Fire and Emergency Services Education and Heritage Centre, which is free to enter. For those looking to take a stroll, the Swan River is only a 10-minute walk away via the kangaroo sculptures at the Supreme Court Gardens.


The Westin Perth Design

The Westin Perth offers a refreshing departure from the typical mark-muffling greys and browns often seen in corporate hotels. The hotel's natural colour palette of bone, sand, and light sage with warm brown stone creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. The reception desk may seem like a typical chain hotel, but the staff name badges listing their passions add a personal touch. The neighbouring communal lounge is a large, classy space with lofty ceilings, velvet couches, and a café, flowing outdoors to terrace seating.


In the guest rooms, the natural tones allow the large photographic prints of outback and coastal Western Australia to shine. These captivating prints, taken from the air, reveal burnt red and rich turquoise land patterns. The art above the bed adds a personal feel to the big-brand fitout, making it feel more five-star than many similarly-tiered chains. Book your stay at The Westin Perth and experience a hotel that combines luxury with a personal touch.

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The Westin Perth Facilities

The Westin Perth offers a dazzling open-air pool on its fifth floor with pearlescent mosaic tiles. Guests can warm up in the gym next door, open 24 hours. For guests who forget their workout gear, the hotel offers borrowing kit for AUD $5 (£2.85), including a top, bottoms and shoes with new insoles.


The Bodhi J spa is a standout feature of the hotel. Known as the gold standard of nurturing in Perth, the spa offers dreamy massages, expert facials, manicures and more, in a peaceful space with a calming waterfall wall setting the tone.


The friendly and attentive valet parking service is worth the expense (AUD 55/£32 per day). Guests can mention the time they will need their car, and it will be ready for them. The uniformed 24-hour reception staff are equally warm, helpful and knowledgeable.

The Westin Perth Rooms

The Westin Perth boasts 368 spacious guest rooms, each equipped with modern amenities including USB charging points and pod coffee machines. A triangular table doubles as a working desk, while a lengthy couch is positioned to take in the stunning city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, revealed theatrically by electronic blinds and curtains. The bed is adorned with regal striped white sheets, and the luminous bathrooms have either a roomy shower or a stone-framed tub (guests can request their preference). The toilet is cleverly hidden behind a door-sized mirror. For guests on higher floors from level five and up, the eastern and western views are excellent.

The Westin Perth Dining

The Westin Perth's Garum restaurant is a partnership between the hotel and Australian celebrity chef, Guy Grossi. The restaurant is known for its traditional Roman dishes, featuring simple yet flavourful sauces coating al dente pastas, fresh local fish dishes and spit-roasted chicken. The restaurant's homemade leavened bread is a must-have.


Garum's breakfast spread is extensive, including fresh squeezed orange juice, cured meats, cheeses, and cooked-to-order eggs, as well as lunch-style options such as asparagus, black rice, and quiche, and even sweets like bombolini, croissants, and Nonna's torte. The hotel also offers high tea and a health-focused menu in its Haven lounge. The breakfast in Haven is far cheaper than Garum's, including options such as eggs on toast, crab omelettes, and wholemeal hotcakes. However, Garum's prices are quite expensive, and it's unlikely that guests will eat enough to justify the cost.


HotelRoom.co Put Together The Most Frequently Asked Questions About The Westin Perth

What time is check-in and check-out at The Westin Perth?

Check-in and check-out times at The Westin Perth are 3:00 PM and 12:00 PM, respectively. Guests may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability, and additional fees may apply for guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods. The hotel also offers luggage storage for guests before check-in and after check-out, and the front desk is open 24/7.


How do I get to The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth is easily accessible by car, and the hotel has a car park on-site for maximum convenience, though parking is available for an additional charge. Guests who prefer private transportation can arrange for taxis or car rentals through the hotel.


Is breakfast offered at The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth offers both continental and buffet breakfast options to start your day off right. Adults can enjoy breakfast at an additional charge of 39 AUD if not included in the room rate. Guests can save on breakfast costs by booking a room with breakfast included, which is often available at a lower rate than buying breakfast at the hotel.


What are my dining options at The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth offers a range of dining options to meet guests' needs, including a halal menu prepared with care and attention to meet any special dietary requirements.


What is the smoking policy at The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth is a non-smoking hotel, and smoking is not permitted in any of its rooms or indoor areas.


What is the closest train, metro, or bus station to The Westin Perth?

The closest train, metro, or bus station to The Westin Perth is McIver, which is located just 440 meters away.


What restaurants are nearby The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth's location in the Perth City Centre neighborhood puts it in close proximity to a variety of popular restaurants, such as C Restaurant, Ribs & Burgers, and Belgian Beer Cafe.


What popular shopping places are close to The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth is located in the Perth City Centre area, which features a number of shopping options including Hay Street Mall, Marc Pinto Gallery - Tribal Art, and City Gifts & Souvenirs.


What are popular attractions near The Westin Perth?

The Westin Perth is located in the Perth City Centre neighborhood, which is home to a number of popular attractions such as The Perth Mint, The Bell Tower, and St. Mary's Cathedral.


What popular natural sightseeing spots are close to The Westin Perth?

For guests looking to enjoy natural sights, The Westin Perth is located near the Mulberry Tree, which is located in the same Perth City Centre area.


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