Central hotel close to the citys popular shopping districts
The Kings Hotel Perth is a conveniently placed 3-star establishment in the centre of the Western Australian city. With good links to road and rail, the property is readily accessible for visitors arriving at Perth International Airport or from any of the towns within the region.
The hotel consists of 116 individual guest rooms. LCD television with complimentary movie channel, tea and coffee making facilities, and en-suite bathroom are included with every room. Superior or deluxe rooms may also include additional extras, including balcony and work desk. Rooms are able to accommodate up to four persons, although a number of rooms have interconnecting rooms which may prove useful for families or larger parties.
A number of amenities are also available from the hotels reception. Iron and ironing board, hairdryer, baggage storage, and safety deposit box can all be requested, as can dry cleaning and laundry services during the week. The lobby also features a kiosk in case you forget any necessities.
The hotel features a restaurant, located on the ground floor that offers European style cuisine. The Kings Art Caf, as it is known, offers alfresco dining for those that elect it. The wine list is stacked with Australian wines that should please just about any palette. The Petty Session lounge bar is a fine environment in which to unwind after a busy day in the city. Each of these dining options offers a relaxed atmosphere and a location perfect for watching the hustle and bustle go by.
Thanks in no small part to its positioning the Kings Hotel Perth puts guests within easy reach of a wide range of attractions and activities. City visitors will find that they can comfortably walk to many spots, or hop on a city bus or a free CAT (Central Area Transit) bus to reach those that are slightly further away.
Amongst the attractions that are well worth checking out is the Kings Park, which offers a fantastic view over the city as well as plenty of paths and tracks to walk, run or cycle around. The natural bushland vegetation allows the park to stand out from the urban landscape.
Shoppers can visit the nearby Hay Street shopping mall, Harbour Town outlet centre, or Kings Street, Perths premier shopping region. As well as these there is a multitude of shops and stores scatted around the city centre streets, as well as a host of restaurants and bars for when those shopping bags get a little too heavy.
For those looking for a good night out, Northbridge is a hub of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Its popular with tourists and locals alike. Barrack Square is another location specialising in restaurants and pubs, It also features the Swan Bells, a landmark that features 18 bells donated to the city from the UK to celebrate Australias bicentenary in 1988. The Barrack Street Jetty, located just off of the square, offers a ferry service to the popular Perth Zoo.
Visitors to the Kings Hotel Perth will find that this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the citys attractions.