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Travelodge Hotel Perth

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

PROVIDES EVERY THING THE TRAVELLER NEEDS IF VISITING PERTH AS TOURIST. HOWEVER THE CHARGE FOR WI-FI USE IS NOT GOOD IN THIS TIME, YET IMPORTANT TO THE TRAVELLER

I would not recommend this place if you have a choice!! Having already spent 5 nights in a sister hotel of this group (Toga Entertainment) and experincing already its poor amenities, I would have not booked here had I of known. The price of the hotel was only ~$20/30 per night less than other hotels I had stayed at previously and had good experiences, however this was last minute booking and I was on a budget so we went on a limb and decided to book. The staff were cordial during check in, all the staff memebers appeared to be on some kinda of working holiday visa. Once we got to our room it was acceptable however the AC although set to a low temperature the room was hot and you could barely feel the vent blowing, after setting it several degrees cooler it was slightly more noticable, but during the summer heat of Perth it was fairly useless and we spent most the time sleeping without the sheets or blankets. After the 2nd night a fuse blew whilst my fiance was using her hair dryer. I informed the front desk that a fuse had gone which meant the AC and power outlets were not working. As there was no way to call the reception from the room I had to go downstairs and inform them. They sent us up someone to investigate, who simply thought the AC was not turned on. I had to explain to them and the reception that this was not the case and the circuit had to be reset, after 20mins of waiting they changed our rooms instead. Once we were relocated to our new room although having a better view the AC struggled even more and we spent most nights asleep with the balcony door wide open as it was cooler outside and there was no sheets on our bed upon arrival only a blanket. Towards the end of our stay we invited a friend over for a drink on our balcony, when I went to collect the wine glasses I noticed that they had been used before and were still filthy. Again I had to go all the way downstairs to ask for new glasses as you weren't able to call reception from the rooms. At the end of our stay I had to send some emails for work, which cost $30/24hrs! I would not recommend this hotel for the price they charged! Our average nightly cost was $180/night and I have experienced better service and amenties for $50/night motels and hostels elsewhere in the world! If youre on a budget and want somewhere close to the Perth CBD it would be acceptable for ~$90/night tops! Otherwise I would find somewhere else!! I would also avoid the Toga Group of hotels as our stay in the Medina branded hotel in Melbourne CBD was a similar experince!

What is it with Aussie hotels and their WIFI rip-off? Decent hotel at good price, good location. No hotel parking and daytime parking is pricy, but street parking is free 6pm to 8am.

I stay at this hotel frequently it is in a good location in the heart of the city transport around is very good taxis free bus service right at the front door. The food is very nice but on the high price end they have an excellent breakfast the staff are very helpfull and polite. The rooms a comfortable in general it is one of the best places for the money to stay in perth As long as they don't put the prices up anymore but Perth in general the prices of everything are getting rediculas. However if you want a good comfortable and convenient place to stay you can't beat it.

The staff was very friendly and the location is great. However, the quality of the hotel was only OK. After reading a lot of positive reviews, I was pretty disappointed. In particular, I did not feel that the room was as clean as it could be (dingy towels, unclean looking tub, etc.).

Good location, friendly & helpful.

I have stayed at this hotel several times and as always the service is reliable friendly efficient and timely I have stayed at many 5 star hotels and not been as satified or happy with the staff or level of service. In fact most 5 star hotels treat you as if you should be honored to stay there with them. The travel lodge is a very good almost excellent stay in Perth and should be considered by everyone travelling to this city. Regards Ken

Great hotel for our needs. Free bus service stopped right in front of the hotel, train station within easy walking distance from the hotel, which we used frequently to go to Leeming and Fremantle. We stayed 12 nights and did not have one bad experience. Lots of places to get food along Hay St. so didn't eat at the hotel much. But when we did it was very good. Hotel staff very accomodating, attentive and friendly. Great shopping at the Malls 3 blocks away. Beautiful view from the ninth floor balcony overlooking St.George's cathedral. As 2 older ladies traveling alone, we felt very safe there. The hotel did all of the booking arrangements for sightseeing tours. On the downside, there was no parking for our visitors except on the street which was crowded, and the internet was very expensive so we didn't use it. But there are internet shops within a block and free internet at McDonald's 3 blks away. We had a great visit to Perth, would stay at this Travelodge again anytime and would recommend it to family and friends.

We stayed for 7 nights at Travelodge. Location is perfect! Very near to Perth City Centre. If you prefer to take a bus, there's a bus stop right in front of the Hotel, the Red Cat will take you there. Simply love the simplicity! The staff didn't bother us unnecessarily. Great great great! What can I say?

I staid in Perth for almost a whole month and during that time the Travelodge was my favorite hotel. I was there for 8 nights using the corporate package that got me breakfast and internet included in the room rate. At about $110 per night, it was the best value I got from any hotel during my entire month-long stay. Unfortunately, I ended up moving to different hotels as I was not able to book the same rate subsequent weeks. The rooms are modern and tasteful, the breakfast was delicious, and the staff were helpful and friendly.

Staff was very helpful but everyday we had to ask for a second face towel. I couldn't believe they would expect us to wash with the same one. Rooms were clean and comfortable. A good value for the price. Nice location for all the activities.

Overall it was a clean, well run downtown Hotel with friendly and prompt service. The rooms were clean and spacious. Housekeeping brought extra facecloth promptly. No free wifi internet service available but this seemed the norm in Australia.. Good restuarant on premises. Main issue was no parking vouchers available with expensive on street or parking lot parking away from Hotel. So if you have a rental car you may want to find hotel with free parking.

good location from center city. The staff was helpful. Rooms are nothing great, just your typical travelodge room. They did have laundry facilities ($3 for washer & $3 for dryer), which was good for us b/c we'd been on vacation for 14 days already. Staff answered all questions/issues. I'd stay there again.

we have really enjoyed our honeymoon together~ the hotel room was clean and the location was awesome as it was a 6 minutes walk from the heart of the city. the staff were helpful in providing information to get to locations like caversham wildlife park and harbour town.

The location wasn't the greatest as it was a bit away from the main attractions. The room was clean, but the cleaning lady had a serious odor that lingered in the room. The hotel would be even better if the wireless internet was free, and if they didn't charge you to make phone calls.

417 Hay Street Perth WA

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Perth Mint
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • 24-hour business center

Located in Perth Central Business District within a 5-minute walk of Perth Mint, Travelodge Hotel Perth is within a mile (2 km) of other popular attractions like WACA Ground. This 4-star hotel has 126 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and a 24-hour business center. Located in central Perth, the hotel is also near Kings Park and Botanic Garden and SCITECH Discovery Centre.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


Rooms

Travelodge Hotel Perth's 126 rooms are air-conditioned and provide iPod docks, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find WiFi and plasma TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Safes, phones, and ironing boards are also standard.


Property features

At Travelodge Hotel Perth, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center, WiFi in public areas, and 5 meeting rooms. Self parking is offered for AUD 30 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a 24-hour business center, and express check-out.

Room options

Balcony Room

Queen 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Room, 1 Queen Bed, Balcony

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest Room Triple

King 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Travelodge Hotel Perth

Couples (6) Business (4) Family (1) Other (2) Friends (2)
4

excellant ciry centre location

Singles

PROVIDES EVERY THING THE TRAVELLER NEEDS IF VISITING PERTH AS TOURIST. HOWEVER THE CHARGE FOR WI-FI USE IS NOT GOOD IN THIS TIME, YET IMPORTANT TO THE TRAVELLER

By on Apr 16, 2014

2

overpriced and poor amenities

Couples

I would not recommend this place if you have a choice!! Having already spent 5 nights in a sister hotel of this group (Toga Entertainment) and experincing already its poor amenities, I would have not booked here had I of known. The price of the hotel was only ~$20/30 per night less than other hotels I had stayed at previously and had good experiences, however this was last minute booking and I was on a budget so we went on a limb and decided to book. The staff were cordial during check in, all the staff memebers appeared to be on some kinda of working holiday visa. Once we got to our room it was acceptable however the AC although set to a low temperature the room was hot and you could barely feel the vent blowing, after setting it several degrees cooler it was slightly more noticable, but during the summer heat of Perth it was fairly useless and we spent most the time sleeping without the sheets or blankets. After the 2nd night a fuse blew whilst my fiance was using her hair dryer. I informed the front desk that a fuse had gone which meant the AC and power outlets were not working. As there was no way to call the reception from the room I had to go downstairs and inform them. They sent us up someone to investigate, who simply thought the AC was not turned on. I had to explain to them and the reception that this was not the case and the circuit had to be reset, after 20mins of waiting they changed our rooms instead. Once we were relocated to our new room although having a better view the AC struggled even more and we spent most nights asleep with the balcony door wide open as it was cooler outside and there was no sheets on our bed upon arrival only a blanket. Towards the end of our stay we invited a friend over for a drink on our balcony, when I went to collect the wine glasses I noticed that they had been used before and were still filthy. Again I had to go all the way downstairs to ask for new glasses as you weren't able to call reception from the rooms. At the end of our stay I had to send some emails for work, which cost $30/24hrs! I would not recommend this hotel for the price they charged! Our average nightly cost was $180/night and I have experienced better service and amenties for $50/night motels and hostels elsewhere in the world! If youre on a budget and want somewhere close to the Perth CBD it would be acceptable for ~$90/night tops! Otherwise I would find somewhere else!! I would also avoid the Toga Group of hotels as our stay in the Medina branded hotel in Melbourne CBD was a similar experince!

By on Mar 2, 2013

3

good location, good price, expensive wifi

Couples

What is it with Aussie hotels and their WIFI rip-off? Decent hotel at good price, good location. No hotel parking and daytime parking is pricy, but street parking is free 6pm to 8am.

By on Oct 10, 2011

4

always an enjoyable stay

BusinessTravelers

I stay at this hotel frequently it is in a good location in the heart of the city transport around is very good taxis free bus service right at the front door. The food is very nice but on the high price end they have an excellent breakfast the staff are very helpfull and polite. The rooms a comfortable in general it is one of the best places for the money to stay in perth As long as they don't put the prices up anymore but Perth in general the prices of everything are getting rediculas. However if you want a good comfortable and convenient place to stay you can't beat it.

By on Sep 15, 2011

3

ok, not great

BusinessTravelers

The staff was very friendly and the location is great. However, the quality of the hotel was only OK. After reading a lot of positive reviews, I was pretty disappointed. In particular, I did not feel that the room was as clean as it could be (dingy towels, unclean looking tub, etc.).

By on Apr 4, 2011

4

good place to stay

Singles

Good location, friendly & helpful.

By on Mar 9, 2011

4

nice stay

BusinessTravelers

I have stayed at this hotel several times and as always the service is reliable friendly efficient and timely I have stayed at many 5 star hotels and not been as satified or happy with the staff or level of service. In fact most 5 star hotels treat you as if you should be honored to stay there with them. The travel lodge is a very good almost excellent stay in Perth and should be considered by everyone travelling to this city. Regards Ken

By on Dec 6, 2010

4

comfort away from home

GetawayWithFriends

Great hotel for our needs. Free bus service stopped right in front of the hotel, train station within easy walking distance from the hotel, which we used frequently to go to Leeming and Fremantle. We stayed 12 nights and did not have one bad experience. Lots of places to get food along Hay St. so didn't eat at the hotel much. But when we did it was very good. Hotel staff very accomodating, attentive and friendly. Great shopping at the Malls 3 blocks away. Beautiful view from the ninth floor balcony overlooking St.George's cathedral. As 2 older ladies traveling alone, we felt very safe there. The hotel did all of the booking arrangements for sightseeing tours. On the downside, there was no parking for our visitors except on the street which was crowded, and the internet was very expensive so we didn't use it. But there are internet shops within a block and free internet at McDonald's 3 blks away. We had a great visit to Perth, would stay at this Travelodge again anytime and would recommend it to family and friends.

By on Jul 28, 2010

4

it's absolutely recommended!

Families

We stayed for 7 nights at Travelodge. Location is perfect! Very near to Perth City Centre. If you prefer to take a bus, there's a bus stop right in front of the Hotel, the Red Cat will take you there. Simply love the simplicity! The staff didn't bother us unnecessarily. Great great great! What can I say?

By on Jun 30, 2010

5

great value!

BusinessTravelers

I staid in Perth for almost a whole month and during that time the Travelodge was my favorite hotel. I was there for 8 nights using the corporate package that got me breakfast and internet included in the room rate. At about $110 per night, it was the best value I got from any hotel during my entire month-long stay. Unfortunately, I ended up moving to different hotels as I was not able to book the same rate subsequent weeks. The rooms are modern and tasteful, the breakfast was delicious, and the staff were helpful and friendly.

By on Apr 30, 2010